Next month Australia’s very own pop princess, Kylie Minogue will give fans an excuse to cut a few shapes in their lounge rooms during a live stream she’s calling Kylie: Infinite Disco.
The live-streamed concert will showcase a bunch of songs from Kylie’s long-awaited new album Disco, due out Friday 6 November, as well as reimagined Kylie classics. The tracks have been specially re-arranged for this one-off event by long-time Kylie collaborators Biff Stannard and Steve Anderson.
Infinite Disco is a co collaboration with Driift who are the people behind the Nick Cave stream from at London’s iconic Alexandra Palace. And CEO Ric Salmon says that Kylie fans are in for a real treat.
“Driift was established as a uniquely collaborative business, where we can work alongside artists and their partners to deliver compelling shows that lift online audiences from their seats. Infinite Disco will be euphoric in every sense, and is guaranteed to thrill Kylie’s global fanbase,” Ric said.
The Kylie: Infinite Disco show will only be available to watch live during the stream at 8:00 PM AEDT on Saturday 7 November and the only way to watch it will be to purchase a ticket.
Tickets for the 50 minute spectacular will go on sale on Wednesday 21 October at 7:00 PM AEDT from Ticketek.