While many artists continue to hold concert spectacles with big production involved, Kylie Minogue is taking a break from doing so. She goes to the opposite direction by mapping an "Anti Tour" which focuses only on rarities, b-sides and demo recordings.
"Small, intimate, unexpected. A unique experience, for super fans only," so it's explained. "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."
In celebrating her 25th year in the business, Kylie will kick off the gig on March 18 in Melbourne before heading to Sydney for another intimate concert on March 20. More dates which may include tour stops visit in the U.S. are expected to be announced later this year.
"(The) Anti tour is something I'm very keen on. I think it's an interesting concept," she recently told Sky News in Sydney. "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)."
Kylie kicked off the roadshow to promote her album "Aphrodite" in February a year ago. From a total of 41 shows, the Aussie singer collected around $32 million and was ranked twenty first on Billboard's Top 25 Tours of 2011.