Kylie Minogue Lays Out UK, European Tour Dates
Barely two months since her latest studio effort, “Aphrodite”, came out in the market, international pop diva Kylie Minogue will be spending the last remaining months of the year prepping for more dazzling and entertaining shows for her upcoming 2011 European tour kicking off on February 19 in Denmark and wrapping up in London’s O2 Arena on April 8.
The spring European slate also includes multiple stops in Germany and the UK, with which each ticket for each UK show will be sold with no surcharge by the ticket agents listed on the artist’s official website, but only with a fixed transaction fee which will be more advantageous for group, bulk or multiple ticket orders.
Minogue promises her European fans a set of shows filled with a “euphoric journey of joy, excitement and glamour”, as she described through a statement released via her official website. Minogue can also expect her fans to respond positively to the upcoming tour especially that “Aphrodite” was well received in the continent especially in the UK where it peaked atop the Brit music charts upon its release.
Tickets for all stops will be available to the public on September 13 except for the Barcelona stop (March 12), in which tickets will be available on September 12 instead. As for fans of the pop star in the US, a concrete US slate still has to be drawn out, most probably after her European trip.
2010 Kylie Minogue Concert Tour
February 19 – Herning, Denmark – Herning Arena
February 22 – Helsinki, Finland – Hartwall Arena
February 25 – Riga, Latvia – Arena Riga
February 26 – Vilnius, Lithuania – Siemens Arena
February 28 – Hamburg, Germany – O2 World Hamburg
March 1 – Berlin, Germany – O2 World
March 4 – Leipzig, German – Arena
March 5 – Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle
March 6 – Mannheim, Germany – SAP Arena
March 9 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
March 12 – Barcelona, Spain – Palau Saint Jordi
March 18 – Oberhausen, Germany – Koenig Pilsener Arena
March 19 – Antwerp, Belgium – Lotto Sportspaleis
March 22 – Dublin, Ireland – The O2
March 23 – Dublin, Ireland – The O2
March 28 – Glasgow, Scotland – Scottish Exposition & Conference Center
March 29 – Glasgow, Scotland – Scottish Exposition & Conference Center
April 1 – Manchester, England – Evening News Arena
April 2 – Manchester, England – Evening News Arena
April 7 – London, England – O2 Arena
April 8 – London, England – O2 Arena