Photos are of Kylie's X2008 Tour taken at the Acer Arena Sydney 2008 and Aphrodite Les Folies Tour taken at the Sydney Entertainment Centre 2011.

(C) Mark Lo Surdo

Kylie made her touring debut in October 1989 when she embarked on the 'Disco In Dream Tour' in Japan. The setlist consisted of eight songs comprised from the albums 'Kylie' and 'Enjoy Yourself'. It then expanded to the UK later that year.

After the worldwide success of the 'Enjoy Yourself', Minogue embarked on the 'Enjoy Yourself Tour' which toured Europe, Australia and Asia. The setlist comprised of Kylie, Enjoy Yourself and Better The Devil You Know from the then up-coming album Rhythm Of Love.

In February 1991, Minogue embarked on the 'Rhythm Of Love Tour' in support of her third studio album. The tour visited Australia and Asia before songs were added from Minogue's new album 'Let's Get To It' and the retitled show visited Europe. A video titled 'Kylie - Live In Dublin' was released.

Minogue did not tour for 1994's 'Kylie Minogue' however after the release of 'Impossible Princess' in 1998 she embarked on the 'Intimate & Live Tour'. The show included songs from all Minogue's albums to date and became the highest selling Australian tour of 1998. The show saw Minogue wear her, now signature, showgirl outfit during her cover of ABBA's Dancing Queen. A DVD of the show was released in 1999.

At the turn of the millenium, Light Years, Minogue's seventh album was released. The album was supported by the very successful 'On A Night Like This Tour'. The show was mainly made up of songs from her latest effort with newly arranged versions of her older hits. The show broke records at the Sydney Entertainment Centre which saw Minogue sell out eleven consecutive shows. A DVD titled 'Kylie: Live In Sydney' was released in 2001.

In April 2002, in support of hugely successful Fever album, Minogue embarked on the KylieFever2002 concert tour. The setlist was made up of songs from Fever and her previous albums. The show was her most expensive to date with two staircases and five projection screens which were used to enhance the different themes of the show. The tour was filmed in Manchester and was released on DVD in November 2002.

Minogue did not tour for 2003's 'Body Language', however she did do a one off show at the London Apollo in celebration of the album's release. The show, titled 'Money Can't Buy', was an invitataion only event which saw her perform thirteen tracks; many of which were from her current release. The show was filmed and released on a DVD titled 'Body Language Live' which featured a backstage documentary and correlating music videos.

Minogue announced she would go on tour in support of her second greatest hits album, 'Ultimate Kylie'. She embarked on 'Showgirl Tour' in early 2005. The show opened to rave reviews and became one of Minogue's most successful to date. The show was filmed in Earls Court at the end of the European leg and released on DVD. The tour was schedueled to visit Australia in May 2005, however just days before the concert was due to begin, Kylie was diagnosed with breast cancer.

After a year off due to chemotherapy treatment, Kylie got the all clear from the disease and resumed her, now retitled 'Showgirl Homecoming Tour' in November 2006. The first show in Sydney saw Minogue receive a standing ovation marking her return to the stage. In celebration of her 'homecoming' a documentary was made titled 'White Diamond'. The show was also filmed in Melbourne and released with 'White Diamond' as a double disc DVD. The DVD also featured a duet with Kylie's sister Dannii.

After the release of X, her comeback album, in 2007. Minogue announced she would go on tour in support of the album in 2008. The show was nothing short of a pop extravaganza with eight giant LCD screens and costumes designed by the likes of Jean-Paul Gaultier. The show featured songs from Minogue's latest effort as well and remixed versions of her older hits. A DVD titled X2008 was filmed at London's O2 Arena. In 2009 Kylie toured North America for the first time. The show was a revised extention of the X2008 tour.

2011 saw Minogue embark on her biggest tour to date. The 'Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour' featured eight Dolce & Gabbana costume changes and state of the art water effects. The show saw Minogue performing in various Grecian costumes including the famous white Goddess outfit. The tour visited five continents including Europe, Asia, North America, Oceania and Africa. The show was filmed at London's O2 Arena in 3D. It was released on 3D Blu-Ray in November 2011.

In March 2012, Kylie revealed she would go on an 'Anti Tour' in celebration K25; her 25th year in the music industry. The show will encompass b-sides, demos and rarities from Minogue's entire catalogue. The 'Anti Tour' will take place on two excusive dates in Sydney and Melbourne.

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