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Kylie 2019 UK Summer Shows – EXTRA DATE

Kylie Minogue has announced a series of special UK shows for summer 2019, including two nights at London’s Hampton Court Palace, Blenheim Palace, Eden Project, Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl, Edinburgh Castle and Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre.

Kylie 2019 UK Summer Show Dates:

London Hampton Court Palace, 20-21 June
Woodstock Blenheim Palace, 23
St Austell Eden Project, 02 July
Manchester Castlefield Bowl, 11
Edinburgh Castle, 14
Edinburgh Castle, 15 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, 01 Aug

Tickets on sale Friday (16 November) at 9am from Gigantic Eventim AXS Ticketmaster See Tickets

Eden Project tickets on sale Monday (19 November) at 5pm from here

Joining Kylie on stage as support for Nocturne Live will be Sophie Ellis-Bextor. The singer will perform hits from her extensive back catalogue alongside music from her latest album across all shows.

The international popstar recently completed the UK run of her Golden tour earlier this year and will head to Belfast and Dublin in December for her rescheduled Irish dates. The tour has received widespread critical acclaim and sees the Australian princess of pop continue her reign as a globally-celebrated live performer.

Kylie has also been rumoured to play Glastonbury next year and with her summer shows lining up almost perfectly for the festival, scheduled to take place on 26-30 June 2019, we wouldn’t rule the possibility out just yet!

Her ‘Golden’ album dropped in April 2018 and debuted at No.1 on the UK Albums Chart. The release saw the singer achieve her sixth No.1 album to date and featured hit singles ‘Stop Me From Falling’ and ‘Dancing’, with the official music video accumulating more than 11 million views.

The record has since spent 20 weeks on the UK album charts and is the best-selling 2018 release by an international female artist.

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