Kylie Minogue's 2018 full UK and Ireland tour dates - and how to get tickets early

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Friday, 23rd February 2018, 10:26 am
Updated Friday, 23rd February 2018, 10:26 am
Australian singer Kylie Minogue will perform in the UK and Ireland later this year (Photo: Shutterstock)
Australian singer Kylie Minogue will perform in the UK and Ireland later this year (Photo: Shutterstock)

Pop singer Kylie Minogue has announced a lengthy tour of the UK and Ireland, to take place between September and October this year.

As well as two dates in London's O2 Arena, the tour will stop off in various English cities including Newcastle, Nottingham, Manchester and Leeds.

Minogue will also appear for one night only in Wales (Cardiff Motorpoint Arena) and Scotland (SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow).

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    Minogue's upcoming album, Golden, will be released in April (Photo: Shutterstock)

    The Golden Arena Tour celebrates the Australian singer's 14th studio album, Golden, which is due for release on 6 April.

    Tickets for the tour will go on general sale at 9am on Friday 2 March.

    How to get access to pre-sale tickets

    Any fans who have already pre-ordered Minogue's new album from her official website will automatically receive access to pre-sale tickets.

    These will become available 48 hours before the general release, from 9am on Wednesday 28 February.

    Anyone can still gain access to pre-sale tickets by signing up to Minogue's email newsletter or pre-ordering the upcoming album before 4pm on Monday 26 February.

    Kylie Minogue Golden Arena Tour dates:

    18 September 2018: Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena20 September 2018: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena21 September 2018: Birmingham, Genting Arena22 September 2018: Bournemouth, International Centre24 September 2018: Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena26 September 2018: London, O2 Arena27 September 2018: London, O2 Arena30 September 2018: Glasgow, SSE Hydro Arena1 October 2018: Manchester, Manchester Arena3 October 2018: Liverpool, Echo Arena4 October 2018: Leeds, First Direct Arena7 October 2018: Dublin, 3Arena8 October 2018: Belfast, SSE Arena

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