Disco in Dream
|Disco in Dream|
|Tour by Kylie Minogue|
|Start date||2 October 1989|
|End date||27 October 1989|
|Shows||4 in Asia
10 in Europe
|Kylie Minogue concert chronology|
Disco in Dream is the debut concert tour by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. The tour supported her first two studio albums, 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 show was targeted towards fans under the age of 18. The images used in the poster of the tour were from a photo shoot that took place in 1988 for the Weekend magazine.
- "The Loco-Motion"
- "Got to Be Certain"
- "Tears on My Pillow"
- "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi"
- "Made in Heaven"
- "Hand on Your Heart"
- "Wouldn't Change a Thing"
- "I Should Be So Lucky"
|Disco in Dream|
|2 October 1989||Nagoya||Japan||Nagoya Rainbow Hall|
|6 October 1989||Tokyo||Tokyo Dome|
|7 October 1989||Osaka||Osaka-jō Hall|
|8 October 1989|
|The Hitman Roadshow|
|15 October 1989||London||England||Hammersmith Palais|
|16 October 1989||Plymouth||Ritzy Discothèque|
|17 October 1989||Swansea||Wales|
|18 October 1989||Manchester||England||Manchester Apollo|
|19 October 1989||Liverpool||Liverpool Empire Theatre|
|22 October 1989||Bristol||Studio Nightclub|
|23 October 1989||Newcastle||Mayfair Ballroom|
|24 October 1989||Sheffield||The Roxy|
|25 October 1989||Birmingham||Ritzy Discothèque|
|27 October 1989||Edinburgh||Scotland||Playhouse Theatre|
Executive producer: Kylie Minogue
Produced and directed: Michael Baumohl and Roger Yader
Co-Producer: Terry Blamey
Choreography: Venol John
Costumes: Carol Minogue
|Kylie On the Go – Live in Japan|
|Video by Kylie Minogue|
|Kylie Minogue chronology|
The tour was released on PAL home video in 1990, which featured mixed footage from all concerts, plus a documentary inserted between tracks. The video, entitled Kylie On the Go – Live in Japan, was also released in Japan on Laserdisc.