Kylie Minogue will launch her debut U.S. residency on Nov. 3 at the new Voltaire performance venue at the Venetian Resort.
Tickets go on sale Aug. 9. Minogue made the announcement Thursday afternoon at a press preview and reception at the Pendry Hotel in West Hollywood.
“I’ve performed a couple of times at Vegas, but as part of a tour, and particularly when I did the Showgirl tour in 2004 — at that time we said, ‘oh, this feels like a Vegas show.’ Then, when I did Aphrodite, which was a tour with so many waterworks in like precision fountains,” Minogue explained. “My team at the time kept saying, ‘why isn’t this in Vegas? We’ve got to do it at some point.’”
The “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” singer also teased what fans might be able to expect at the upcoming residency sharing that it would be a mix of “intimate moments” and “flashy stuff,” though the latter details have yet to be ironed out.
The announcement comes on the heels of the success of Minogue’s summer dance anthem “Padam Padam” and ahead of the Sept. 22 release of her much-anticipated next album, “Tension.” The song bridged generations and became a TikTok phenomenon, with Minogue’s longtime friend and label exec Jamie Nelson telling Variety earlier this month that there are plenty of potential follow-up hits on the album, which is apparently “more electronic” than Minogue’s 2020 “Disco” record.