|Kylie (1988) and Enjoy Yourself (1989). The tour took place in Asia, and after in Europe the tour would be re-titled as The Hitman Roadshow (sponsored by Coca-Cola) and advertised as The Coca-Cola Hitman Roadshow, as free concerts to "thank British fans' support".
The set list of the tour comprised of the singles from her first to studio albums plus "Made in Heaven"
|Enjoy Yourself (1989). By the start of the European leg of the tour, Minogue had started to take control of her image and musical direction, demonstrated by the release of the career milestone single "Better the Devil You Know", which would be performed as part of the encore during the European leg.|
|Rhythm of Love. Beginning on 10 February 1991, the tour visited Australia and East Asia.
The concerts showcased a more confident Minogue, in her so-called tabloid christened 'SexKylie' guise, and songs from the album Rhythm of Love, which offered a then new sound for the Australian pop star. The tour was extended into Europe in late 1991, where it became known as the "Let's Get to It Tour" in support of a new studio album of the same name, complete with a new wardrobe and modified set list.
|Let's Get to It (1991)
The show comprised an all-new couture wardrobe created by John Galliano and several new additions to the set list, many of which were written by Minogue herself.
By her choosing of outfits on the tour, the title "SexKylie" was given by the media in this period.
|Impossible Princess (1997). Minogue confirmed going on tour in Australia when both Minogue's creative directors William Baker and Steve Anderson had talked to her about plans of a tour. Both Baker and Anderson, who were inexperienced in touring, decided to direct and promote the tour after Minogue left Deconstruction Records and Sony BMG. The set list consisted of mainly songs from the supporting studio album and rehearsals started during January 1998.
The tour garnered positive appreciation from music critics and commercial success. Tickets were completely sold as soon as dates and venues for the tour were announced, prompting the organizers to add more dates. Despite negotiations on not touring the UK, Minogue decided to visit the country and also achieved positive reviews and commercial success.
|Light Years (2000). Having hit the headlines around the globe for her hugely successful performance at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, and having subsequently performed again at the opening ceremony of Sydney's Paralympics soon after, Minogue seized the opportunity to announce details of her new tour. It became the fastest-selling concert tour of her career when tickets went on sale that November, and with dozens of sell-out shows, she had succeeded in establishing herself as one of the most in-demand live entertainers. The tour began with a bumpy start, however, when the first show in Dublin, Ireland, scheduled for 1 March, had to be cancelled due to treacherous storms preventing air travel into the country.|
|Fever. The show was filmed across four Manchester dates, and released on DVD called KylieFever2002: Live in Manchester along with a bonus CD.
The tour was the biggest production Minogue had put on to date. The album and its music videos were able to provide and inspire multiple stage sets and costume changes, the first of its kind to use projection. The tour had a much larger budget than past shows due to the success of the album and its singles. Due to the increase in money the stage sets were able to become much grander with two staircases and five projection screens which were used to enhance the different themes of the show.
|Ultimate Kylie. Minogue was scheduled to visit Australia and Asia, but was forced to cancel the tour after she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She resumed the tour under a new name - Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour – on 11 November 2006, performing at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, with a revised set list and new costumes. The tour grossed more than US$19.97 million from 23 shows in the UK alone.|
Minogue resumed the tour on 11 November 2006, performing at the Sydney Entertainment Centre, with a new set list and costumes. The dance routines from Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour were reworked to accommodate her medical condition and longer breaks were also introduced between sections of the show to conserve her strength.
|X (2007). Originally announced as just a European tour, rumors of Minogue taking the tour to Australia, Asia, and America had surfaced in the international media. At the conclusion of the European leg, Minogue announced that the tour would continue onto South America, Asia and Australasia. The tour continued in 2009, as Minogue performed at festivals and other music events.
With the announcement of the 2009 North American Tour, Minogue's official website stated that the tour grossed more than US$96 million from 74 shows in ticket sales in 2008. In all, the tour had five set lists, one for the first few shows, but problems arose, so a new order was introduced. There was then a set list for open air/amphitehatre venues in Europe, and one for open air/amphitehatres in Asia, South America and New Zealand. There was then a final set list for festivals. All five had more or less the same songs, but different running orders.
|tenth studio album.
In 2002, there was speculation Minogue would bring her Fever tour to the U.S. and Canada, after the success of Fever and its singles in those territories. It was originally believed Minogue did not want to scale down the show for smaller venues but later revealed she was swayed by her management to not perform in the U.S. and Canada. However, Minogue did tour the U.S. with Jingle Ball, an annual concert festival produced on by KIIS-FM, visiting Boston, Anaheim, Houston, Miami, Philadelphia, New York City, and Seattle.
|Aphrodite (2010). The tour visited Europe, Asia, North America, Australia and Africa. Minogue has stated the tour was highly technical (as far as staging) yet it remained somewhat intimate. Given the nature of the show, the tour was officially acknowledged by two names; Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour (in Europe and Australia) and Aphrodite Live (in Asia, North America and Africa). The tour ranked 6th in Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tour (Mid-Year)", earning over $52.1 million from 68 shows. At the conclusion of 2011, the tour placed 21st on Billboard's annual, "Top 25 Tours", earning over $32.6 million with 41 shows. The tour earned over $52.8 million from 72 shows, placing 21st on Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tours". Overall, the tour grossed an estimated $60 million.|
Due to the fact that the first two shows in Australia sold out only minutes after the tickets went on sale, Minogue announced that she would perform second shows on both dates. On 25 March, Minogue announced that she would be performing two shows in the United Kingdom during April. Both UK shows sold out within ten minutes but quickly found their way on resale sites at discounted rates. Due to huge demand, a second show in Manchester was announced.
|Kiss Me Once (2014). The tour began on 24 September 2014 in the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England. The first leg compromises of shows in Europe, including a performance at the iTunes Festival. In March 2015, the show moved to Minogue's native Australia. At the end of 2014, the tour placed 96th on Pollstar's "Top 100 Worldwide Tours", earning $17 million from 28 shows in Europe.
In July 2013, Minogue confirmed the plans for an upcoming tour on Twitter, in response to an article in The Mirror's 3am column. After the confirmation there was a rumour Kylie would perform in Malakasa, Greece. Thereafter, it was finally followed by the announcement for the official Kiss Me Once Tour dates for the European leg, with rehearsals starting around late March. On 30 June, The Voice Australia confirmed tour dates for her Australian leg.
"Kylie Summer 2015" was a new logo used for the summer tour dates. Kylie shared the poster on social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook days before her first show. The show was a re-worked version of the "Kiss Me Once Tour", which included new songs, new costumes, a new running order, and new screen visuals.