The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014). The tour began on 24 September 2014 in Liverpool, England at the Echo Arena and concluded on 28 March 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at Meydan Racecourse, consisting of 29 shows in Europe, five shows in Australia and one show in Asia. At the end of 2014, the tour placed 96th on Pollstar's "Top 100 Worldwide Tours", earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Overall, the tour grossed approximately $21 million from 33 shows.

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  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014). The tour began on 24 September 2014 in Liverpool, England at the Echo Arena and concluded on 28 March 2015 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at Meydan Racecourse, consisting of 29 shows in Europe, five shows in Australia and one show in Asia. At the end of 2014, the tour placed 96th on Pollstar's "Top 100 Worldwide Tours", earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Overall, the tour grossed approximately $21 million from 33 shows. (en)
  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Productions. The Kiss Me Once Tour was divided into six segments and an encore. Surrealist Girlie Revue began with Minogue emerging from beneath the stage atop of a large pair of lips. Dancer Skorpion joined her on stage during Bauhaus Disco, which featured a laser show. Dolls House featured a Barbie-themed medley of Minogue's songs from the 1980s; during which, the singer recreated the bathtub scene from the music video of "I Should Be So Lucky" (1987). Fashsex displayed an "industrial, metallic" feel and featured a cover of "Need You Tonight" (1987) by INXS. Kiss Me Once featured another laser show, as well as performances by Minogue alone on the runway. Showgirl2014 saw the singer taking requests from the audience and featured a confetti drop. The encore was a performance of the album's lead single. The tour received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Some praised Minogue's charisma and vocals, whilst others criticised the songs from Kiss Me Once and the stripped-down nature of the show. The Kiss Me Once Tour became the 96th highest grossing tour of 2014, earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Four shows in Germany were scheduled to take place, but were cancelled due to financial difficulties of their promoter, CT Creative Talent. A show in Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. (en)
  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Productions. The Kiss Me Once Tour was divided into seven segments. Surrealist Girlie Revue began with Minogue emerging from beneath the stage atop of a large pair of lips. Dancer Skorpion joined her on stage during Bauhaus Disco, which featured a laser show. Dolls House featured a Barbie-themed medley of Minogue's songs from the 1980s; during which, the singer recreated the bathtub scene from the music video of "I Should Be So Lucky" (1987). Fashsex displayed an "industrial, metallic" feel and featured a cover of "Need You Tonight" (1987) by INXS. Kiss Me Once featured another laser show, as well as performances by Minogue alone on the runway. Showgirl2014 saw the singer taking requests from the audience and featured a confetti drop. The encore, Into the Blue, was a performance of the album's lead single. The tour received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Some praised Minogue's charisma and vocals, whilst others criticised the songs from Kiss Me Once and the stripped-down nature of the show. The Kiss Me Once Tour became the 96th highest grossing tour of 2014, earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Four shows in Germany were scheduled to take place, but were cancelled due to financial difficulties of their promoter, CT Creative Talent. A show in Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. (en)
  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Productions. The Kiss Me Once Tour was divided into seven segments. Surrealist Girlie Revue began with Minogue emerging from beneath the stage atop of a large pair of lips. Dancer Skorpion joined her on stage during Bauhaus Disco, which featured a laser show. Dolls House featured a Barbie-themed medley of Minogue's songs from the 1980s; during which, the singer recreated the bathtub scene from the music video of "I Should Be So Lucky" (1987). Fashsex displayed an "industrial, metallic" feel and featured a cover of "Need You Tonight" (1987) by INXS. Kiss Me Once featured another laser show, as well as performances by Minogue alone on the runway. Showgirl2014 saw the singer taking requests from the audience and featured a confetti drop. The encore, Into the Blue, was a performance of the album's lead single. The tour received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Some praised Minogue's charisma and vocals, whilst others criticised the songs from Kiss Me Once and the stripped-down nature of the show. The Kiss Me Once Tour became the 96th highest-grossing tour of 2014, earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Four shows in Germany were scheduled to take place, but were cancelled due to financial difficulties of their promoter, CT Creative Talent. A show in Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. (en)
  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Productions. The Kiss Me Once Tour was divided into seven segments. Surrealist Girlie Revue began with Minogue emerging from beneath the stage atop of a large pair of lips. Dancer Skorpion joined her on stage during Bauhaus Disco, which featured a laser show. Dolls House featured a Barbie-themed medley of Minogue's songs from the 1980s; during which, the singer recreated the bathtub scene from the music video of "I Should Be So Lucky" (1987). Fashsex displayed an "industrial, metallic" feel and featured a cover of "Need You Tonight" (1987) by INXS. Kiss Me Once featured another laser show, as well as performances by Minogue alone on the runway. Showgirl2014 saw the singer taking requests from the audience and featured a confetti drop. The encore, Into the Blue, was a performance of the album's lead single. The tour received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Some praised Minogue's charisma and vocals, whilst others criticised the songs from Kiss Me Once and the stripped-down nature of the show. The Kiss Me Once Tour became the 96th highest-grossing tour of 2014, earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Four shows in Germany were scheduled to take place, but were cancelled due to financial difficulties of their promoter, CT Creative Talent. A show in Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. Overall, the tour grossed approximately $21 million from 33 shows. Rumours of a performance in Greece also began to be reported in October of the same year. In March 2014, the Kiss Me Once Tour was officially announced, with dates for the European leg revealed. In June, dates for the Australian leg of the tour were announced via The Voice Australia. Minogue held a small concert featuring seven songs at Ushua├»a Ibiza Beach Hotel in Ibiza, Spain in August, prior to the tour commencing. On 8 September, Minogue posted a series photos from rehearsals at her official website, as well as her official social media accounts. Discussing the mental toll of touring ahead of the Kiss Me Once Tour with the Belfast Telegraph, Minogue stated, "It's a bit odd, but when we're fully on the road, you can't really think about anything else, and the crew becomes family. If someone needs a hand or is having an off day, everyone else just rallies around to pick up the slack and helps out where they can. It's an incredible thing." Four shows in Germany were scheduled as part of the tour's schedule; Cologne, Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. However, due to financial difficulties of promoter CT Creative Talent, the shows were cancelled in October 2014. A show in Vienna, Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. (en)
  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Productions. The Kiss Me Once Tour was divided into seven segments. Surrealist Girlie Revue began with Minogue emerging from beneath the stage atop of a large pair of lips. Dancer Skorpion joined her on stage during Bauhaus Disco, which featured a laser show. Dolls House featured a Barbie-themed medley of Minogue's songs from the 1980s; during which, the singer recreated the bathtub scene from the music video of "I Should Be So Lucky" (1987). Fashsex displayed an "industrial, metallic" feel and featured a cover of "Need You Tonight" (1987) by INXS. Kiss Me Once featured another laser show, as well as performances by Minogue alone on the runway. Showgirl2014 saw the singer taking requests from the audience and featured a confetti drop. The encore, Into the Blue, was a performance of the album's lead single. The tour received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Some praised Minogue's charisma and vocals, whilst others criticised the songs from Kiss Me Once and the stripped-down nature of the show. The Kiss Me Once Tour became the 96th highest-grossing tour of 2014, earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Four shows in Germany were scheduled to take place, but were cancelled due to financial difficulties of their promoter, CT Creative Talent. A show in Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. Overall, the tour grossed approximately $21 million from 33 shows. (en)
  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Productions. The Kiss Me Once Tour was divided into seven segments. Surrealist Girlie Revue began with Minogue emerging from beneath the stage atop of a large pair of lips. Dancer Skorpion joined her on stage during Bauhaus Disco, which featured a laser show. Dolls House featured a Barbie-themed medley of Minogue's songs from the 1980s; during which, the singer recreated the bathtub scene from the music video of "I Should Be So Lucky" (1987). Fashsex displayed an "industrial, metallic" feel and featured a cover of "Need You Tonight" (1987) by INXS. Kiss Me Once featured another laser show, as well as performances by Minogue alone on the runway. Showgirl2014 saw the singer taking requests from the audience and featured a confetti drop. The encore, Into the Blue, was a performance of the album's lead single. The tour received mixed to positive reviews from critics. Some praised Minogue's charisma and vocals, whilst others criticised the songs from Kiss Me Once and the stripped-down nature of the show. The Kiss Me Once Tour became the 96th highest-grossing tour of 2014, earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe. Four shows in Germany were scheduled to take place, but were cancelled due to financial difficulties of their promoter, CT Creative Talent. A show in Austria was also cancelled as a result of the tour's consequently altered schedule. Overall, the tour grossed approximately $21 million from 33 shows. Footage from the 12 November show in Glasgow was filmed for television broadcast and DVD release, titled Kiss Me Once Live at the SSE Hydro. (en)
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  • The Kiss Me Once Tour was the fourteenth concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was launched in support of her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once (2014) and visited Europe, Australia and Asia. Rumours of plans to tour arose as early as July 2013, after Minogue signed to Roc Nation. The tour was officially announced in March 2014, with dates for European venues revealed. Australian dates were announced in June of the same year. The staging, inspired by Bauhaus architecture and club settings, was considered less elaborate than her previous tours and featured a runway, a B-stage and a series of structural beams. Costumes for the tour were created by fashion designers Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Macdonald, William Wilde, Marchesa and Dolce & Gabanna. Effects were provided by ER Pro (en)
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