Monday, March 5, 2012

Kylie Announces First Anti Tour Dates!

And the lucky ones are Aussies of course! ;)
5 March 2012

After much speculation the word is out – Kylie’s announced her first Anti tour shows in Melbourne and Sydney later this month!
Sunday 18th March 2012 The Palace, 20-30 Bourke St., Melbourne                                                                             Tuesday 20th March 2012 The Big Top, Luna Park, Sydney
Small, intimate, unexpected. A unique experience, for super fans only. Kylie and her band performing those songs you thought you’d never hear live! The flipside to a huge “Kylie production”, a once in a lifetime chance and a night to remember.
                                                          Tickets on sale NOON Wednesday 7 March (Sydney time) via and
Numbers are strictly limited. These shows will sell out.

Prices are around $130
Age permission 18+
Doors: 7:30pm
Tickets: General Admission Only
Wristband collection is available from 12pm to 4pm.
The ticket purchaser and their guest must both be in attendance to collect wristbands. Both must produce photo ID plus the credit card purchased with. Tickets are strictly non-transferrable.

And here's Anti Tour how KYLIE herself sees it ;)
“Because my tours are bigger and bigger, there’s so much talk about the spectacle—and that’s fantastic, that’s what I want to create. But I feel like, as with all parts of my life, what I try to do is find a balance. I’ve never done anything like that before, something like an anti-tour where there are no dancers, there are no lights. It’s just music and doing songs that are much loved by super fans but will never, ever, ever be heard anywhere—and certainly not in a live environment.
I’m talking about B-sides or songs that were never meant to see the light of day, songs that were leaked but turned out to be quite popular. Certain covers I’ve done. Covers I haven’t yet done.
I think it would be really cool to be in a tiny, tiny venue, maybe to like a week’s run somewhere and just strip everything back—just do songs that uber-fans would cry for. ...I think the hard thing would be choosing the songs.”

"Anti tour is something I'm very keen on. I think it's an interesting concept," she told Sky News in Sydney last weekend. "That's something that's really just for super fans. There's not going to be hit songs in that show, but it's a good balance to something like Aphrodite (tour)."

xo K

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