Kylie - Fever 2002

TOUR DATES & TICKETING arrow

Date Venue Status
Fri 02 Aug, 2002 Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Sat 03 Aug, 2002 Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Sun 04 Aug, 2002 Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Tue 06 Aug, 2002 Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Wed 07 Aug, 2002 Sydney Entertainment Centre, Sydney
Sat 10 Aug, 2002 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Sun 11 Aug, 2002 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Mon 12 Aug, 2002 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Wed 14 Aug, 2002 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Thu 15 Aug, 2002 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Fri 16 Aug, 2002 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

Following on from her phenomenally successful sold out tour of the UK and Europe, Kylie is bringing the full show - including stage sets and even her own stage - home to Australia.

Kylie Fever will play limited shows this August in Melbourne and Sydney only.

The Fever show has been described by the UK's News of the World as "One of the best performances by virtually any pop star in the last ten years" and the Daily Telegraph said "Kylie, the self-proclaimed Princess of Pop to Madonna's Queen, has taken the throne!"

From The Times "Seven stage sets, dozens of dancers, a dazzling array of costumes designed by Dolce and Gabbana and choreography by the Ballet Rambert's Rafael Bonachela combined to make the two hour concert a truly spectacular event".

The huge scale of this breathtaking show surpasses even Kylie's own 'On a Night Like This Tour' of last year when Kylie delighted fans around the country in 22 sold out shows. Since then she has become the undisputed Queen of Pop in England, had a Top 10 hit in the United States with her "Fever" album and now returns to enthrall her Australian fans with a show which includes all her greatest hits.

Kylie's eighth studio album "Fever" has been hailed by critics and diehard fans alike as a milestone. Featuring her most successful single ever, "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" and further hits "In Your Eyes" and "Love At First Sight", it is an album that exudes class, campness and pure concentrated Kylie. As with her previous album "Light Years", "Fever" debuted in the Australian ARIA Albums chart at #1 and has since gone on to sell over five times platinum, cementing Kylie's position as the greatest Australian pop export ever.


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