Kylie Minogue has announced plans for a UK tour later this year and will play an intimate Mastercard show for fans in London tomorrow (18.03.14).
Kylie Minogue has announced a new European tour.
The 45-year-old singer's 31-date run of shows will open in the UK in September, and will see her visit 15 countries in support of her new album 'Kiss Me Once', which is released today (17.03.14).
Kylie will play 12 dates in the UK and Ireland, beginning in Liverpool on September 24, then calling to Manchester, two dates at London's The O2, Cardiff, Nottingham, Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Glasgow and ending in Sheffield on November 13.
Meanwhile, the 'Into the Blue' singer will perform an intimate London show tomorrow (18.03.14) night.
The gig will take place at Bloomsbury Ballroom in front of 300 MasterCard holders who were lucky enough to win tickets in an online ballot at pricelesslondon.co.uk.
She said: ''I love performing in the UK and can't wait to get on stage in front of such an intimate crowd. Having the opportunity to get up close and personal with my fans is Priceless - I'm looking forward to sharing the music from my brand new album - and a fun night with my fans!''
The show is part of MasterCard's Priceless Gigs series which bring music fans closer to their idols. Artists taking part this year include British singing sensation Laura Mvula and Pharrell Williams.
For updates on Priceless Gigs and other Priceless London experiences, register at priceless.com/london/ and follow MasterCard on twitter @MasterCardUK.
Tickets for the 'Kiss Me Once' tour go on sale at 9am on March 21.
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