Enjoy Yourself Tour
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The Enjoy Yourself Tour was Kylie Minogue's second concert tour (following 1989's Disco in Dream ensemble roadshow) and first solo, full-length show following the success of her second studio album, Enjoy Yourself. 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 after the Australian leg of the tour.
|Tour by Kylie Minogue|
Tour programme cover
|Associated album||Enjoy Yourself|
|Start date||3 February 1990|
|End date||26 May 1990|
|No. of shows||3 in Australia|
19 in Europe
2 in Asia
|Kylie Minogue concert chronology|
Though never released on VHS or DVD, rough and unmixed video footage of the full show at the Sydney Entertainment Centre appeared on the Internet in May 2008.
This setlist represents most of the European and Asian shows.
- "The Loco-Motion"
- "Got to Be Certain"
- "Hand on Your Heart"
- "Love at First Sight"
- "Made in Heaven" (Dance section with the song sung by backing vocalists)
- "My Girl" (Sung by male backing vocalists)
- "Tears on My Pillow" (A cappella)
- "I Should Be So Lucky"
- "I Miss You"
- "Nothing to Lose"
- "Blame It on the Boogie"
- "Tell Tale Signs"
- "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi"
- "Never Too Late"
- "Wouldn't Change a Thing"
|3 February 1990||Brisbane||Australia||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
|5 February 1990||Sydney||Sydney Entertainment Centre|
|9 February 1990||Melbourne||National Tennis Centre|
|17 April 1990||Birmingham||England||NEC Arena|
|18 April 1990|
|19 April 1990|
|20 April 1990||London||London Arena|
|21 April 1990|
|23 April 1990|
|25 April 1990||Belfast||Northern Ireland||King's Hall|
|27 April 1990||Dublin||Ireland||RDS Simmonscourt|
|28 April 1990|
|29 April 1990|
|2 May 1990||Whitley Bay||England||Whitley Bay Ice Rink|
|8 May 1990||Paris||France||La Cigale|
|10 May 1990||Cologne||Germany||Sporthalle Köln|
|11 May 1990||Hamburg||Alsterdorfer Sporthalle|
|12 May 1990||Brussels||Belgium||Forest National|
|14 May 1990||Glasgow||Scotland||SECC Concert Hall 4|
|15 May 1990||Aberdeen||AECC Arena|
|17 May 1990||Birmingham||England||NEC Arena|
|18 May 1990||London||Wembley Arena|
|24 May 1990||Kowloon||Hong Kong||Hong Kong Coliseum|
|26 May 1990||Bangkok||Thailand||Thailand Cultural Centre|
- Cancellations and rescheduled shows
|8 May 1990||Paris, France||Zénith de Paris||Moved to La Cigale|
- Kylie Minogue – concept
- Adrian Scott – musical director
- Terry Blamey – administration
- Nick Pitts – tour manager
- Alan Hornall – production manager
- Peter McFee – stage manager
- Steve Swift – lighting director
- Yvonne Savage – assistant
- Venol John – choreographer
- Carol Minogue – wardrobe supervisor
- Adrian Scott – keyboards
- John Creech – drums
- Mal Stainton – keyboards, trumpet
- James Freud – bass
- James Jardine – guitars
- Greg Perano – percussion (Australia only)
- Jamie O'Neal – backing vocals (all dates)
- Samantha Murphy – backing vocals (Australia only)
- Lisa Edwards - backing vocals (Europe & Asia only)
- Nicki Nicholls – backing vocals (Europe & Asia only)
- Ten Wedge – guest vocalist
- Pat Powell – guest vocalist
- Mike Scott – guest vocalist
- Venol John – dancer (all dates)
- Richard Allen - dancer (all dates)
- Simone Kay – dancer (Europe & Asia only)
- Cosima Dusting – dancer (Europe & Asia only)
- Kevan Allen – dancer (Australia only)
- Paul Nigel – dancer (Australia only)