KylieFever2002

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KylieFever2002
Concert tour by Kylie Minogue
LocationEurope, Australia
Associated albumFever
Start date26 April 2002
End date16 August 2002
Legs2
Shows49
Kylie Minogue tour chronology
On a Night Like This (2001) KylieFever2002 Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour (2005)

KylieFever2002 was the seventh concert tour by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. The tour was created to promote her eight studio album, Fever (2001). It began in Cardiff, Wales on 26 April 2002 and ended on 16 August 2002 in Melbourne, Australia.

Background[change | change source]

At the time, KylieFever2002 was the biggest tour Minogue had created. The album and its music videos were able to provide and inspire multiple stage sets and costume changes. It also had a much larger budget than past tours, due to the success of the album and its singles.

The tour was sponsored by Evian, a brand of mineral water, and Vodafone, a mobile phone network operator. At each of the shows in the United Kingdom, Evian provided free bottles of their water with the name 'Kylie' written on them.[1]

A special webcast of a show at the Manchester Evening News Arena was shown on MSN UK live for fans across the world.

Set list[change | change source]

Act 1: Silvanemesis

  1. "The Sound of Music" (introduction)
  2. "Come into My World"
  3. "Shocked" (contains "Madskillz-Mic Chekka")
  4. "Love at First Sight"
  5. "Fever"

Act 2: Droogie Nights

  1. "Symphony No. 9, Op. 125 (Ode to Joy)" (interlude)
  2. "Spinning Around" (contains "September")

Act 3: The Crying Game

  1. "Where Is the Feeling?" (interlude)
  2. "The Crying Game" / "Put Yourself in My Place" (contains "Teardrop") / "Finer Feelings" / "Dangerous Game" / "The Crying Game"

Act 4: Street Style

  1. "GBI: German Bold Italic" (interlude)
  2. "Confide in Me"
  3. "Cowboy Style" (contains "Double Dutch Bus", "Double Dutch", "Buffalo Gals" and "The Real Slim Shady")
  4. "Kids"

Act 5: Sex in Venice

  1. "On a Night Like This"
  2. "The Locomotion"
  3. "In Your Eyes" / "Please Stay" / "Rhythm of the Night" / "In Your Eyes"

Act 6: Cybertronica

  1. "Cybertronica" (interlude)
  2. "Limbo"
  3. "Light Years" / "I Feel Love"
  4. "I Should Be So Lucky" (contains "Dreams")

Act 7: Voodoo Inferno

  1. "Burning Up"
  2. "Better the Devil You Know"

Encore

  1. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (contains "Blue Monday")

Tour dates[change | change source]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
26 April 2002 Cardiff Wales Cardiff International Arena
27 April 2002
28 April 2002
29 April 2002
1 May 2002 Manchester England Manchester Evening Arena
2 May 2002
3 May 2002
4 May 2002
6 May 2002 Birmingham NEC Arena
7 May 2002
8 May 2002
9 May 2002
11 May 2002 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
12 May 2002
14 May 2002 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
15 May 2002
17 May 2002 Glasgow Scotland SECC Concert Hall 4
18 May 2002
19 May 2002
21 May 2002 Newcastle England Telewest Arena
22 May 2002
24 May 2002 London Wembley Arena
25 May 2002
26 May 2002
27 May 2002
30 May 2002 Stockholm Sweden Hovet
31 May 2002 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
1 June 2002 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
3 June 2002 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
4 June 2002 Vienna Austria BA-CA Halle
6 June 2002 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
8 June 2002 Berlin Germany Velodrom
9 June 2002 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
11 June 2002 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
12 June 2002 Rotterdam Netherlands Sportpaleis van Ahoy
13 June 2002 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena
15 June 2002 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
18 June 2002 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
Australia
2 August 2002 Sydney Australia Sydney Entertainment Centre
3 August 2002
4 August 2002
6 August 2002
7 August 2002
8 August 2002
11 August 2002 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
12 August 2002
14 August 2002
15 August 2002
16 August 2002

References[change | change source]

  1. "Water for the Fever (Packs Promotions Products) (Evian teams with Kylie Minogue) (Brief Article)". Archived from the original on 2 August 2008. Retrieved 26 May 2019. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)