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Kylie Minogue to launch 'Anti Tour' in Australia this month

Kylie Minogue has delighted fans by teasing them about an 'Anti Tour'. 

The stunning songstress took to her Twitter page yesterday, March 5, and shared a promotional photograph for the production, which informed her 1.1 million fans that a new live show is set to launch down under: "YES! #AntiTour is coming to Australia."

A statement on the 'All The Lovers' star's website explains that this exciting new tour will give fans the chance to hear Minogue "and her band performing those songs you thought you’d never hear live":

"Small, intimate, unexpected. A unique experience, for super fans only.  Kylie and her band performing those songs you thought you’d never hear live! The flipside to a huge “Kylie production”, a once in a lifetime chance and a night to remember."




Last week, Minogue told Sky News that the Anti Tour really appeals to her because it's such an unusual and niche concept:

"(The) Anti tour is something I'm very keen on. I think it's an interesting concept. That's something that's really just for super fans. There's not going to be hit songs in that show, but it's a good balance to something like (the) Aphrodite (tour)."

So far, she has announced 2 dates in Australia and will perform on March 18 at The Palace in Melbourne and March 20 at the Big Top in Sydney. Tickets for the dates will be on sale as of tomorrow, March 7. 

Watch a brief interview with her from Sydney's weekend Mardi Gras celebrations here: