Tickets are now on sale for Kylie 3D – Aphrodite Les Folies which
will have special 2K digital screenings in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on
The Blink TV production for
Darenote/Parlophone EMI Music - in association with SKY 3D – and directed by William
Baker and Marcus Viner, captures Kylie’s showstopping Aphrodite Les Folies
world tour in spectacular 3D. The cinema presentation will be the full 120
minute full length cinema version.
The 3D concert film, distributed by Arts Alliance Media, will be showing
in the UK in selected Odeon (www.odeon.co.uk
) and Apollo (www.apollocinemas.com
) sites across the country, with screenings also at selected UCI (www.uci.ie
) and Storm (www.stormcinemas.ie
) cinemas in Ireland Fans can find up to the minute confirmed cinema listings and links to
book tickets at kylie.com. More countries and screenings to be announced in the
The groundbreaking and innovative concert showcases
hits from across Kylie’s glittering career including “Can’t Get You Out Of My
Head”, “Spinning Around”, “What Do I Have To Do” and an amazing reworked
version of “Slow”.
Also performed are smash singles from current Platinum
album “Aphrodite” such as “Get Outta My Way”, “Better Than Today” and “Put Your
Hands Up” all culminating in a stunning finale of “All The Lovers”.
From golden chariots to flying angels and winged horses to water fountains –
this is an epic, Grecian-inspired show built for the big screen.
Media’s CEO Howard Kiedaisch commented “We are thrilled to be bringing Kylie to
cinemas in 3D. The Aphrodite Les Folies shows were visually stunning, and the
3D of the film really does them justice on the big screen. Cinemas are
discovering what a great new experience 3D concert films are, and we think
audiences are going to love seeing Kylie’s sets and costumes up close, as well
as hearing the songs in full 5.1 surround sound quality”
VP Visual Content Strategy EMI commented "This is a 3D concert experience
like no other; we’re all really proud to bring Kylie’s amazing “Aphrodite Les
Folies” tour to cinemas.