Frontier Touring and Roundhouse Entertainment will bring iconic Australian pop princess Kylie Minogue’s Golden Tour to Australia this month, performing a string of headline shows at arenas and outdoor venues across the country. The tour will include playing A Day on the Green concerts for the very first time, including our very own Bimbadgen on Saturday, March 16.
The Golden Tour marks Kylie’s first shows since 2015’s Kiss Me Once Tour and her first time performing outdoor headline concerts in Australia. Cementing her reputation for a unique and captivating live show, each performance on the Golden Tour is a narrative connecting all Kylie’s hits into one glorious story.
With an incredible thirty years in the music industry and fourteen studio albums to her name, Kylie has dominated the music charts with five number one albums in both Australia and the UK, sixteen ARIA Awards and an induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2011.
Kylie’s most recent release, the Nashville-recorded and country-influenced album Golden, (out now via Liberator Music/BMG), debuted at number one on the ARIA and UK Charts. The result of an intensive working trip to the home of country music, Kylie worked alongside key writers Steve McEwan and Amy Wadge, with producer Sky Adams. The result was an outstanding personal album that blends Kylie’s signature pop style with a Tennessee influence; this exciting change of style is sure to enchant audiences next March when performed live.
Tracks from Golden, like Dancing and Stop Me From Falling, fit seamlessly in the tour setlist alongside Kylie’s endless pop classics, including Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, Spinning Around, The Loco-Motion and Love At First Sight.
Kylie will be joined by special guests Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) and Australian singer-songwriter, Hatchie.
The Golden Tour is the first opportunity for Australian fans to see Kylie’s new music performed live in addition to a number of classic hit singles. Fans are encouraged to secure tickets early to avoid disappointment!
Above Photo by Andrew Whitton