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Kylie Minogue set for stop-off in Belfast during big European tour


Published 18/03/2014

Kylie Minogue is heading to Belfast
Kylie Minogue is heading to Belfast

Pop star and The Voice mentor Kylie Minogue is to play Belfast later this year as part of her Kiss Me Once European tour.

The sexy singer, whose first single from her new album charted in the UK Top 20 this weekend, will perform at the Odyssey Arena on Sunday, November 9.

The tour will open in the UK and will comprise of 31 shows in 15 countries – including 12 dates in the UK and Ireland.

Famous for her live shows, Kylie's Kiss Me Once Tour will celebrate both her new and old material.

Kylie's brand new album, Kiss Me Once, was released yesterday, her first studio album since 2010's Aphrodite, and her first since signing to Roc Nation Management.

The album was executive produced by Kylie and Sia, who also penned the title track. Kylie also teams up with Pharrell Williams (who wrote and produced I Was Gonna Cancel).

The Spinning Around star is currently appearing as a coach on BBC1 talent show The Voice UK. Her team of seven included Belfast singer Jai McConnell and Limavady schoolgirl Rachael O'Connor.

Kylie lost Jai from her team on Saturday night, but put Rachael through to next weekend's live shows.

Tickets to see Kylie in concert in Belfast go on sale this Friday (March 21) from the Odyssey Arena or Ticketmaster – priced from £55, which includes the booking fee.

Belfast Telegraph

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