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Kylie Brings Aphrodite To North America

11:01 AM Tuesday 1/11/11 | |

It’s shaping up to be a great Spring for Kylie Minogue fans as the diminutive international superstar brings her ’s “Aphrodite – Live 2011 World Tour” to North America.

  • Kylie Minogue

    Roberto Cavalli 40th Anniversary, Paris, France
    September 29, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Australia’s biggest pop export begins the trek in Montreal at the Bell Centre April 28; plays Boston’s Agganis Arena April 29; Fairfax, Va., at the Patriot Centre April 30 and New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom May 2-3. Other stops include Atlanta (May 6), Fort Lauderdale (May 7), Orlando (May 8), Houston (May 10), Mexico City (May 12), Guadalajara (May 14), Monterrey (May 16); Dallas (May 18), Los Angeles (May 20), San Francisco (May 21) and Las Vegas (May 22).

Touring in support of her 2010 release Aphrodite, Minogue is going for an intimate vibe with shows at venues like the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Atlanta’s Fox Theatre and the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Vegas. Presented by Logo TV, the North American leg of “Aphrodite – Live 2011 World Tour” is produced by promotion company Bill Silva Presents, the same outfit that handled Minogue’s 2009 North American romp.

Tickets for select markets go on sale this weekend. Visit Kylie.com for more information.


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