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Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour

Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour (also known as Aphrodite Live) was the twelfth concert tour by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, in support of her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite (2010). The tour began on 19 February 2011 in Herning, Denmark at Jyske Bank Boxen and concluded on 14 July 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa at the Grand Arena, consisting of 36 shows in Europe, nine shows in Asia, 17 shows in North America, 10 shows in Australia and five shows in Africa.[2][3][4]

Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour
Tour by Kylie Minogue
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Associated albumAphrodite
Start date19 February 2011 (2011-02-19)
End date14 July 2011 (2011-07-14)
No. of shows36 in Europe
9 in Asia
17 in North America
10 in Australia
5 in Africa
77 Total
Box office$60 million ($66.83 million in 2018 dollars)[1]
Kylie Minogue concert chronology

Given the nature of the show, the tour was officially acknowledged by two names. In Europe and Australia, the tour was promoted as the Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour. Elsewhere, the tour was promoted as Aphrodite Live.[5][6] The tour ranked 6th in Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tour (Mid-Year)", earning over $52.1 million from 68 shows.[7] At the conclusion of 2011, the tour placed 21st on Billboard's annual, "Top 25 Tours", earning over $32.6 million with 41 shows.[8] The tour earned over $52.8 million from 72 shows, placing 21st on Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tours".[9] Overall, the tour grossed an estimated $60 million.


Minogue emerging as "Aphrodite" at the Sydney Entertainment Centre.

During an interview in June 2010, Minogue was asked if she was going to tour with her latest album. She responded, "Oh yeah! [...] Yes, I have show concepts in mind but I can't tell you yet, because it really is in its infancy [...] But come on, with the name Aphrodite as the launch pad, we're going to have a lot to play with! [...] I would like the tour to be like, you're on that sea... and there are the rushes and the dips, and you're just feeling the love. The vibe that I've put out there with 'All the Lovers', and that I'm getting back, is 'feel love, share love'. That's what I want the show to be."[10] During a gay pride festival in Hamburg, Germany, an advertisement was displayed showing Minogue touring in Hamburg, Mannheim, Berlin, Munich and Oberhausen. During a promotional appearance in Germany to promote her album, Minogue expressed it will be a world tour stating she would like to return to tour the Americas and possibly perform a show in Ibiza. The tour was officially announced via Minogue's website on 6 September 2010. By way of introduction, Minogue stated,

"The reaction to 'Aphrodite' has been absolutely incredible and has inspired me and my creative team to develop a new show that will take all of us on a euphoric journey of joy, excitement and glamour. I can't wait to get on the road and see all my fans in 2011."[3]

Minogue later confirmed she would return to the United States to tour. This became the third time the singer has performed stateside since her breakthrough in 2002. She described her previous feat as one of her best decisions in her career.[11] She further commented, "The last couple of years I've really made the effort to visit a lot of places I'd never toured in before and that was so rewarding, fulfilling and inspiring. I'm a glutton for punishment so I want to do it again and I want to take it even further."[12]

At the beginning of the new year, Minogue stated that the tour would be her biggest to date. The stage is proclaimed to be the most extravagant staging built for any concert tour with several movable parts, seven lifts and nearly 600 light sources. It will also feature water jets created by The Fountain People, known for their work with the Disneyland Resort World of Color. The show will be a homage to Greek mythology and culture, with an aerial act inspired by the musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.[13] The entire production is valued at over $25 million, and will see Minogue joined on stage by a cast of dancers and aerial performers along with her live band. The show will be moved throughout Europe by a crew of over 100 personnel in a fleet of 25 trucks.[14]

While promoting the tour, Minogue stated the main inspiration of the tour's name was inspired by the MGM film, Ziegfeld Follies. She further commented, "Ziegfeld Folies – I've been crazy about that movie and that period in music dance and film. My show has a bit of that so it became 'Aphrodite Les Folies'."[15] The arena show will feature an elaborate production featuring a water element. As the production moves to Asia and North America, Minogue will play smaller venues, giving the singer a chance to provide an intimate show for these territories. Here the show is known as 'Aphrodite Live 2011'.

Minogue performing "Slow" at the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy

Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana (Dolce & Gabbana) spoke of working with Minogue for the costumes of the tour. They stated, "Kylie has always been our Piccola Principessa [Little Princess], not just because of our work together but more so because of our friendship! Working with Kylie has always been very spontaneous and easy. We are given free reign [sic] to create because she trusts that we know exactly what she likes. This will be our third tour with Kylie and this time we have revisited iconic Dolce & Gabbana pieces, adapting them to different themes of the tour. This show definitely cannot be missed!"[16]

In January 2011, Minogue expanded the UK leg of her tour from four to fourteen shows. Further dates were added in Japan (Kylie's first dates there since her Rhythm Of Love Tour some 20 years earlier) and the United States. Minogue remarked, "Rehearsals are well underway and the show is shaping up to be more than I could have wished for. All departments are doing a stellar job and the combined level of expertise is nothing short of mind blowing. My friends, Dolce & Gabbana have designed an amazing wardrobe for me. I'm overwhelmed with the love and talent that is going into this tour and I can't wait for my fans to be part of it."[17]

Furthermore, it was announced the Harmonix game Dance Central would be the official sponsors of the European leg of the tour. According to the press release, booths will be staged in the lobby areas of the arenas giving spectators the opportunity to play the game to Minogue's dance hit "Can't Get You Out of My Head". Additionally, a crew has been assigned to record the audience, as well as, backstage footage for Minogue's official Facebook page.[18]

The tour premiered in Herning, Denmark at the Jyske Bank Boxen to a full house of nearly 12,000 spectators. Minogue posted a video on her official YouTube account thanking the crew for the hard work and dedication during rehearsals along with expressing her excitement for the opening night after "nearly a year of planning".[19] Later, a video was posted showing interviews with the audience as well as the performances of "Aphrodite", "Slow", "Can't Get You Out of My Head", "Better the Devil You Know" and "All the Lovers".[20] Minogue provided various tour updates via her official Twitter account, announcing winners of a "best dressed" contest at every venue.

Critical responseEdit

The tour received acclaim from entertainment critics. Ed Power from The Daily Telegraph gave the concert a four star rating stating that "Kylie Minogue takes retro chic to dizzying extremes on her new tour. Channelling a hitherto unhinted at passion for Ancient Greece and Rome". Power said that "Through a stunning series of set-pieces Kylie proved herself a peerless conjurer of pop spectacle and demonstrated that, when it comes to the classier brand of arena kitsch, she, not Lady Gaga, remains supreme authority."[21] Elisa Bray from The Independent gave the concert four stars (out of five) and said that "Minogue's authenticity and down-to-earth persona has always made her the most likeable pop diva. From her earliest fame days as Charlene in Australian soap Neighbours, girly though she remains, Kylie has made the successful transition to show-woman."[22] Ian Gittins from The Guardian commented that "there is no denying the scale of the production. From the moment Minogue rises from the stage reclining in a golden conch shell in a tableau based on Botticelli's Birth of Venus, it's evident that understatement is not on the menu tonight." He praised her live vocals, describing Minogue's voice as "oddly endearing" and concluded by saying that "it is unfortunate that mainstream America has never taken Minogue to its heart. On this flamboyant evidence, nobody is more ready for a Las Vegas residency."

James Reed from The Boston Globe gave the Aphrodite Live 2011 concert a favourable review by saying that "all eyes were on Minogue, 42, and she was in regal form as both entertainer and singer."[23] Jason Lipshutz from Billboard gave the concert a positive review saying that "Minogue is still an under-appreciated musical force, and one that should not be missed on an all-too-rare U.S. trek."[24] Santiago Felipe from The Village Voice said that "at the center of it all was Kylie, who was by turns bashful and jokingly chiding and absolutely in command, changing dresses as quickly as some people change their mind, flirting with the audience through performances [...] She might be a bit of a cult popstar in the U.S., but she radiated at maximum wattage throughout the evening".[25]

Concert synopsisEdit

The show began with an overture dubbed "The Birth of Aphrodite", which incorporated elements of "The Carnival of the Animals", before Minogue emerges from the set atop a golden shell to sing "Aphrodite". This is followed by "The One", featuring harps rising from the stage and the dancers treating Minogue as though she were a goddess. The section closes with "Wow".

The second section begins with an instrumental interlude before Minogue rises from the stage riding a golden Pegasus, to sing "Illusion"; the song features a break down after the bridge where Minogue and the dancers perform a dance routine. Following this, "I Believe in You" is performed, where she is pulled around the B-stage on a cart.

"Gladiator" begins with and instrumental interlude where the male dancers emerge wearing black matador hats and briefs before Minogue emerges wearing a black crinoline and top hat to sing "Cupid Boy"; this is followed by a new version of "Spinning Around" with just the female dancers, before the boys return for the performance of "Get Outta My Way". Minogue is then left alone to perform a new remix of "What Do I Have to Do".

The fourth section begins with an extended version of "Everything Is Beautiful", with the female dancers emerging in flamboyant white outfits, before Minogue emerges in front of a white bust of herself. This is followed by a jazz version of "Slow", featuring the "Rose" which allows the dancers to move around Minogue whilst lying down. This is followed by the Chemical Brothers Remix, which ends the section.

"Holograph" begins with an instrumental interlude that features excerpts of the Big Brothers Remix of "Confide in Me"; here the male dancers performed, which preceded a new electro remix of "Confide in Me", where Minogue emerged in a holographic dress. This was followed by a rock-oriented performance of the hit single "Can't Get You Out of My Head". "In My Arms" was performed next and closed the section.

The sixth section begins with an extended version of "Looking For An Angel"; the stage is covered with smoke and the dancers slowly emerge, before Minogue rises out of the stage in gold; the song culminates with a dancer dressed as an angel rising out of the stage and the dancers surrounding him and Minogue as she climbs onto him. This progresses straight into "Closer", where Kylie and the "angel" fly to the B-stage, which is followed by a cover of "There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart)". After this, Minogue talks with the audience and introduces the band before performing a mash-up of "Can't Beat the Feeling" and "Love at First Sight", which is followed by a performance of the rare "If You Don't Love Me".

"Fanfare" begins with a thumping intro featuring the dancers in feathers, which leads into a new version of "Better the Devil You Know" with Minogue wearing denim hot pants and an orange jacket. "Better than Today" was performed next, although at some shows it was omitted. Minogue then took requests from the audience and went on to close the main body of the show with "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)".

The encore begins with an instrumental intro dubbed "Million Dollar Mermaid", which featured projections of swimmers. This leads into a new remix of "On a Night Like This", which featured water jets. "All the Lovers" goes on to close the show; this used the cake-lift and more water jets. The performance ends with an extended instrumental version as Minogue waves to the audience before leaving the stage.

Opening actsEdit

Kylie performing Confide In Me on the tour.


This setlist represents the show contained on the live DVD release. It does not represent all dates.

  1. "The Birth of Aphrodite" (contains elements of "The Carnival of the Animals") (instrumental introduction)
  2. "Aphrodite"
  3. "The One"
  4. "Wow" (contains elements of the "Death Metal Disco Scene Mix")
  5. "Illusion"
  6. "I Believe in You"
  7. "Cupid Boy"
  8. "Spinning Around"
  9. "Get Outta My Way"
  10. "What Do I Have to Do"
  11. "Everything Is Beautiful"
  12. "Slow" (contains elements of the "Chemical Brothers Mix")
  13. "Confide in Me Intro" (contains excerpts of the "Big Brothers Mix") (music interlude)
  14. "Confide in Me"
  15. "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
  16. "In My Arms"
  17. "Looking for an Angel"
  18. "Closer"
  19. "There Must Be an Angel (Playing with My Heart)"
  20. "Love at First Sight" / "Can't Beat the Feeling"
  21. "If You Don't Love Me"
  22. "Better the Devil You Know" (contains elements of "Fanfarra (Despedida)")
  23. "Better than Today"
  24. "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)"
  1. "Million Dollar Mermaid" (instrumental interlude)
  2. "On a Night Like This" (contains elements of "Heaven")
  3. "All the Lovers"
  • "Better than Today" was added to the setlist on 14 March 2011. It was omitted at select shows following this.
  • "Closer" was not performed at any shows in North America, Asia and Africa.

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue
Date City Country Venue Attendance Revenue
19 February 2011 Herning Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen
22 February 2011 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
23 February 2011 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall Arena
25 February 2011 Riga Latvia Arena Riga
26 February 2011 Vilnius Lithuania Siemens Arena
28 February 2011 Hamburg Germany O2 Hamburg 6,786 / 10,249 $448,384
1 March 2011 Berlin O2 World 7,771 / 12,204 $571,139
2 March 2011 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
4 March 2011 Leipzig Germany Arena Leipzig
5 March 2011 Munich Olympiahalle
6 March 2011 Mannheim SAP Arena
8 March 2011 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum
9 March 2011 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
11 March 2011 Toulouse France Zénith de Toulouse
12 March 2011 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
14 March 2011[a] Metz France Galaxie Amnéville
15 March 2011 Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
17 March 2011[b] Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
18 March 2011 Oberhausen Germany König Pilsener Arena
19 March 2011 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis 12,153 / 14,511 $756,761
22 March 2011 Dublin Ireland The O2
23 March 2011
25 March 2011 Cardiff Wales Motorpoint Arena Cardiff 8,420 / 8,800 $771,549
26 March 2011
28 March 2011 Glasgow Scotland Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre 18,500 / 20,250 $1,882,260
29 March 2011
30 March 2011
1 April 2011 Manchester England Manchester Evening News Arena 44,578 / 45,000 $4,449,280
2 April 2011
4 April 2011
5 April 2011
7 April 2011 London The O2 Arena 70,100 / 70,500 $6,754,860
8 April 2011
9 April 2011
11 April 2011
12 April 2011
23 April 2011 Chiba Japan Makuhari Event Hall
24 April 2011
25 April 2011 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
North America[13][39]
28 April 2011 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 4,891 / 6,114 $456,262
29 April 2011 Boston United States Agganis Arena 2,694 / 3,749 $253,987
30 April 2011 Fairfax Patriot Center 3,246 / 4,821 $307,722
2 May 2011 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom 7,451 / 9,120 $721,161
3 May 2011
4 May 2011
6 May 2011 Atlanta Fox Theatre 2,838 / 4,515 $248,686
7 May 2011 Sunrise BankAtlantic Center 4,000 / 4,441 $253,756
8 May 2011 Orlando Hard Rock Live 2,011 / 2,723 $155,555
10 May 2011 Houston Verizon Wireless Theater 1,831 / 3,202 $156,915
12 May 2011 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
14 May 2011 Guadalajara Auditorio Telmex
16 May 2011 Monterrey Arena Monterrey
18 May 2011 Grand Prairie United States Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie 2,239 / 2,989 $218,105
20 May 2011 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl 9,052 / 9,986 $809,146
21 May 2011 San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium 5,670 / 6,074 $482,455
22 May 2011 Las Vegas The Colosseum at Caesars Palace 4,062 / 4,062 $445,612
3 June 2011 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre 15,540 / 22,686 $2,442,780
4 June 2011
7 June 2011 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre 26,689 / 30,000 $3,730,000
8 June 2011
11 June 2011
14 June 2011 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 25,598 / 27,600 $3,510,740
15 June 2011
16 June 2011
18 June 2011 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre 8,537 / 8,537 $1,124,185
22 June 2011 Perth Burswood Dome 12,626 / 15,000 $1,608,139
25 June 2011 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena
27 June 2011 Bogor Indonesia SICC Auditorium
29 June 2011 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
1 July 2011 Hong Kong HKCEC Hall 5BC
3 July 2011 Taipei Taiwan TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall
5 July 2011 Quezon City Philippines Araneta Coliseum
8 July 2011 Johannesburg South Africa Sun City Super Bowl
9 July 2011
10 July 2011
13 July 2011 Cape Town Grand Arena at Grand West Casino
14 July 2011
TOTAL 307,144 / 347,133 (88.5%) $32,559,439


  1. ^ The 11 March 2011 concert at Galaxie Amnéville in Metz was originally scheduled to take place at the Zénith de Nantes Métropole in Nantes.
  2. ^ The 17 March 2011 concert at Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam was originally scheduled to take place at the GelreDome in Arnhem.

Broadcasts and recordingsEdit

Aphrodite Les Folies: Live in London
Video by
Released28 November 2011
Recorded11–12 April 2011
VenueThe O2 Arena, London
  • 120 minutes (film version)
  • 90 minutes (TV version)
  • Kylie Minogue
  • William Baker
Kylie Minogue album chronology
Live in New York
Aphrodite Les Folies: Live in London
Kiss Me Once: Live at the SSE Hydro
Kylie Minogue video chronology
Aphrodite: Les Folies
Kiss Me Once: Live at the SSE Hydro

Aphrodite Les Folies: Live in London is a concert film of its corresponding tour. The show was filmed in 3D over two nights at The O2 Arena in London and directed by William Baker and Marcus Viner.[44] A 2-CD LP was released with the film. It aired on Sky 3D as well as in cinemas in the United Kingdom and Ireland on 19 June 2011.[45] It has since been shown in Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil and Poland in August 2011. Then in Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Croatia, El Salvador, The Netherlands, Peru, South Africa, Serbia, Bulgaria and Indonesia in September 2011. It was also shown in Belgium and Argentina in October 2011, and debuted in the United States on Palladia in December 2011. A CD/DVD/Blu-ray was released on 28 November 2011.[46] The film was released in three formats. Firstly, as a DVD with bonus two-disc audio recording of the concert. Secondly, as a limited edition box set with a DVD, two-disc audio recording and booklet. Lastly, there was also a Blu-ray release which includes a 2D and 3D recording of the show. All three packages also include the behind-the-scenes tour documentary, Just Add Water.[47]

Critical responseEdit

The live album and DVD were met with positive response from critics. Contact Music gave it a positive review, while the UK's The Independent gave the bundle a total of 4/5.

Track listingEdit



Chart (2011) Peak
Australian Music DVD (ARIA)[48] 3
Belgian Music DVD (Ultratop Flanders)[49] 8
Belgian Music DVD (Ultratop Wallonia)[50] 8
Czech Music DVD (ČNS IFPI)[51] 7
Dutch Music DVD (MegaCharts)[52] 16
French Music DVD (SNEP)[53] 25
Swedish Music DVD (Sverigetopplistan)[54] 19
Swiss Music DVD (Schweizer Hitparade)[55] 4
US Top Music Videos (Billboard)[56] 17


Chart (2011) Peak
French Albums (SNEP)[57] 94
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[58] 48
Mexican Albums (Top 100 Mexico)[59] 46
Scottish Albums (OCC)[60] 71
Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE)[61] 46
UK Albums (OCC)[62] 72


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