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A concert is the perfect environment to meet new people in Manchester with similar interests, enthuse about the concert during the interval or after the show has ended, and essentially just get involved with the latest in Manchester concerts.
Kylie - the biggest selling solo artist in the history of Manchester Arena – returns to the city she says “has always welcomed me so much” to showcase tracks from her brand new album Golden.
Over 400,000 concertgoers have seen Kylie at the Arena since her first ever appearance way back in 2000 . . .
Kylie at the arena
2000 – Kylie joins Robbie Williams on stage for the hit single Kids as part of his solo show.
2001 – The star bags two gongs at the first ever Top Of The Pops awards in the TV show’s original Manchester hometown before going on to perform her iconic hit song Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.
2002 – The 45-year-old brings her first UK arena tour, Fever, to Manchester in May for six sold-out performances.
2005 – Kylie’s flamboyant Showgirl World Tour rolls into town for five nights in April to celebrate the release of her 2005 greatest hits double album Ultimate Kylie.
2007 – After spending a mega two years touring the world with Showgirl, Kylie picks the arena as the final venue for the tour saying 'Manchester has always welcomed me so much and it will be great to end the tour there'.
2008 – The following summer the princess of pop is back in town with her X World Tour showcasing her brand new dance inspired tracks 2 Hearts and Like A Drug over a six-night run of shows.
2011 – Kylie returns for four sold-out shows as part of her Aphrodite Les Folies World Tour and Manchester’s Kylie fans get to hear the hit singles Closer and All The Lovers for the first time.
2014 – After a three-year break, Kylie returns for two sold-out shows to celebrate the release of her 12th studio album Kiss Me Once.
2018 – Kylie returns this autumn for show number 32 – the most she has played at any venue in the world!
The price to attend the event includes the ticket price plus, where applicable, booking fee and Venue Restoration Levy. Additional per transaction charges, ranging from £2.50 to £12.50 for handling apply.
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