I mean instead of The O2, I wouldn't mind a series of shows at Roundhouse or Royal Albert Hall if Kylie wanted to tour this record. She is already doing the latter in December so maybe it can be a test run to see if the space work for her and the theatrics of it all. Somewhere still big that manages to feel cosy at the same time. I wish everyone would perform at Roundhouse tbh, the perfect venue!
This is so random. Many newer arenas in particular, like Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, have absolutely killer sound, and feel compact enough that you don't have to watch the screens unless you're in the nosebleeds.Seriously, does anyone actually like concerts in arenas?
I went to see Britney and Beyonce in arenas. You can either watch some screens the whole way through or you can watch someone who might or might not be your favourite popstar prance around the stage in broad daylight with the sound being so ass that you can sometimes hardly make out the songs. It's not really worth the ticket-prices nowadays.
I have every faith in her we will get a tour next year. This era deserves it.I could see her announcing it May 2024, maybe have a few bigger summer shows like she has done previously before an autumn tour. But then she seems really eager to be back recording again, so maybe this'll be another era without an accompanying tour? *sobs*
Not sure how any of this is relevant. Prince’s 21 shows at O2 were not back to back. His schedule would have been worse if it been a tour rather than a residency, given the need to travel.And where is Prince now may I ask?
Kylie is only doing two shows per week in Vegas.Not sure how any of this is relevant. Prince’s 21 shows at O2 were not back to back. His schedule would have been worse if it been a tour rather than a residency, given the need to travel.
He died almost a decade after his O2 residency.
If we think a long residency makes artists prone to die, are we worried about Kylie’s Vegas residency? Should artists do less than 21 shows in a tour to preserve their health or something?