Australian Megastar and the singer you ‘just can’t get out of your head’, Kylie Minogue was today (05/02) revealed to be announced as headlining Brighton Pride 2019. In a Tweet sent this morning Kylie revealed how delighted she was to be playing in at Preston park in Brighton on Saturday the 3rd of August, as part of the weekend’s celebrations.
— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) February 5, 2019
Kylie’s performance at Preston Park will be her first ever UK pride headline show. Over her incredible career she has released 14 studio albums and had over 51 UK top 40 charting singles, starting with ‘I Should Be So Lucky’ in 1988. After starting her career playing Charlene Robinson in Australian sitcom neighbours in the 1980s she has now gone on to be the undisputed Princess of Pop, and landed herself an OBE in the process. Fans are understandably overcome with excitement over her announcement.
In her first ever full UK Pride performance, @kylieminogue will be bringing us a very special show with some of her biggest hits. “Better the Devil You Know”, “Get Outta My Way”, “On a Night Like This”‘All the Lovers” & “Can’t Get you Out of My Head” https://t.co/NxtzUYltqJ
— Brighton & Hove Pride (@PrideBrighton) February 5, 2019
WOOOOOOOOOP WOOOOOOOOOOOP!!!! IT’s gonna be SEN-SA-TION-AL!!!
— DWNN (@dragwithnoname) February 5, 2019
Today’s announcement follows yesterday’s news that Cornish superstar Jessie J and the incredible Grace Jones will be headlining the Sunday night in Preston Park. Playing before Kylie on the Saturday night are as GRAMMY award winners and electronic-pop band Clean Bandit. Further acts playing will be revealed closer to the event. Tickets are currently on sale now.
The legendary Grace Jones and international pop icon Jessie J come to Brighton’s LoveBN1Fest this summer as part of #Brighton‘s #Pride celebrations. It takes place on Sun 4 Aug in Preston Park. @PrideBrighton
Find out more at: https://t.co/TjBJ0aNBKapic.twitter.com/KZC5lQwEO0
— BN1Magazine Brighton (@bn1magazine) February 4, 2019
Brighton won’t be the only place in the UK fans can see Kylie this year. She has also been announced as the ‘legend’ headliner at Glastonbury, 14 years after she was originally meant to headline the main stage, which had to be cancelled due to her battle with breast cancer. Minogue will take to the famous pyramid on Sunday afternoon, in a slot previously headlined by Dolly Patron, Tom Jones and Lionel Richie. Stormzy is the only other headliner so far announced to be playing at Worthy Farm.
I’m so thrilled to announce that I’ll be playing the ‘Legend slot’ on Sunday 30th June at @GlastoFest 2019. It will be 14 years since I was originally meant to appear there and so much has happened up to now. I can’t wait to see you all there to share this special show. pic.twitter.com/wHAiBs54Cx
— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) December 19, 2018