29 November 2007
KYLIE ANNOUNCES EUROPEAN TOUR
Kylie Minogue has announced a tour of Europe to commence in May 2008!
Despite reports that doctors advised Kylie not to go on tour to remain in good health, Ms Minogue will still bring her new album 'X' to the stage. "I am putting together a show that is going to be a new and exciting experience for both the audience and myself," Kylie said on her website. "The eclectic mix of sounds on 'X' is affording me an opportunity to explore and develop a new live show that will be fresh, exhilarating and innovative."
Kylie also said that the tour will still include the old favourites. "...'X' will be a look to the future but will definitely include favourites alongside the new."
No Australian tour has been confirmed, however it is likely that she will tour again here late next year!
BACKSTREET'S BACK FOR OZ TOUR
If you thought The Backstreet Boys were gone for good, think again! They've just announced an Australian tour for 2008!
"We're thrilled to be coming back to Australia - one of our very favourite places!" said Nick Carter. "The shows (in the last tour) were fantastic and the fans made us feel incredibly welcome."
"We've got a brand new show for the 'Unbreakable' tour so we're excited about performing the new songs for the first time..." added AJ. The show will include plenty of their classic hits like 'Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)', 'As Long As You Love Me', and 'Everybody (Backstreet's Back)'.
They will play 3 shows only in Australia during February, in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Tickets go on sale December 11.
Wednesday, February 20 - Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Friday, February 22 - Acer Arena, Sydney
Saturday, February 23 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
MATCHBOX TWENTY ANNOUNCE OZ TOUR
To cap it off... Matchbox Twenty have also announced they will tour. The band will bring their 'Exile in Australia' tour to our stages in April 2008!
The tour will be their first visit in almost 5 years. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 14 - dont miss out!
Thursday, April 10 - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Sunday, April 13 - Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
Tuesday, April 15 - Burswood Dome, Perth
Thursday, April 17 - Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Saturday, April 19 - Tempus II Winery, Hunter Valley
Monday, April 21 - Entertainment Centre, Brisbane