Australian singer, songwriter and actress, Kylie Minogue has announced her first residency In Las Vegas.
Beginning in November, the Australian singer will perform three consecutive months at the Voltaire nightclub in the Venetian.
Her first professional trip back to North America since 2011, the 55-year-old said she is “so excited” to start her stay in Sin City.
“I’ve played at Vegas a few times, but as part of a tour, and notably when I did the Showgirl tour in 2004 – at that time we said, “oh, this feels like a Vegas show,” she said at a news conference in Los Angeles.
In order to give fans a more individualized experience, the star stated the concert would be more intimate than typical Las Vegas productions, taking place at a 1,000-seat venue.
“I want it to have enough glitz and frivolity to be the kind of essence of what a Kylie performance has evolved into. It’s thrilling since I have certain songs in previously unheard renditions and reinterpretations. Amazing costumes, live bed dances,” she said.
That serves as the foundation, and after that, we’ll see what surprises we can concoct.
She will reportedly perform songs from her upcoming album Tension as well as many of her best-known songs, including Better The Devil You Know, Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, and Spinning Around.
She makes the move to follow in the footsteps of famous people who have previously held residencies in Las Vegas, like Adele, Britney Spears, Celine Dion, and Shania Twain.
After going viral on TikTok, her most recent song, Padam Padam, became her biggest hit in more than ten years. It also marked her first UK top 10 record since All The Lovers in 2010.
On November 3, Minogue will begin her residency in Las Vegas, which is anticipated to feature roughly a dozen performances.
On August 9, tickets will be available for purchase.
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