Kylie Minogue has announced her first Las Vegas residency, which is due to kick off this winter at the Voltaire venue.
The exact run of dates is expected to be announced in due course, though the show will debut on 3 November.
“The spirit of Voltaire is one of pure, authentic fun. It’s one I resonate with as a pop artist. My new album Tension is all about the space where the intimate and universal come together and Voltaire represents just that,” Kylie said of the residency.
Voltaire is a new 1,000-capacity venue at The Venetian Resort and, Kylie explained, is somewhere “people can get up and dance at their tables and revel in the night.”
“That’s what Voltaire is and I can’t wait to perform in this intimate and exciting setting,” she continued.
Award-winning production designer Derek McLane said the production is a “modern-day art deco fantasy” that he wanted “to feel like an escape from the environment of the casino floor”.
“An intimate, exciting, and inviting world,” he added.
The announcement comes as Kylie’s latest single, ‘Padam Padam’, continues to dominate the global music scene.
So far, it has spent a month in the Top 10 in the UK and has peaked at number eight – her highest charting song since 2011.
Kylie’s 16th studio album, Tension, is scheduled for a 22 September release.
Tickets, tables and packages for the opening show of her residency will go on sale on 9 August here.