Kylie Minogue has an announced a summer series of outdoor shows for 2019.
The Golden star has revealed seven open-air shows, along with a refreshed logo - could the start of a brand-new album already on the horizon?
The Australian pop legend will play two nights at London's Hampton Court Palace Festival on June 20 and 21, before headlining Nocturne Live Festival at Woodstock's Blenheim Palace on June 23. Venues fit for pop royalty!
Kylie will then perform at the Eden Project in St. Austell on June 2, before visiting Manchester's Castleford Bowl on July 11, Edinburgh Castle on July 14. She will then bring the string of dates to a close at Scarborough's Open Air Theatre on August 1.
Could Kylie sandwich a Glastonbury performance in the midst of these shows also? With the festival taking place from June 26 through June 30, we definitely wouldn't rule it out.
The seven dates announced so far are just the start as Kylie has confirmed that more will be unveiled soon. At the Blenheim Palace show, Sophie Ellis Bextor is Kylie's support act.
Tickets for the shows (excluding the Eden Project) go on sale at 9am this Friday (November 16). Eden Project tickets will be available from 9am on Monday November 19.
Click here to view Kylie Minogue's full UK chart history, which includes seven Number 1 singles and six Number 1 albums.