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Disco in Dream
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Tour by Kylie Minogue
Associated album Kylie
Enjoy Yourself
Start date 2 October 1989 (1989-10-02)
End date 27 October 1989
Legs 2
No. of shows 4 in Asia
10 in Europe
14 in Total
Kylie Minogue tour chronology
Disco in Dream Tour.jpg Enjoy Yourself Tour.jpg

Disco in Dream is the debut concert tour by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. The tour was headlined by Kylie, though it was a ensemble show along with other Stock Aitken Waterman acts Sinitta and Dead Or Alive, and supported her first two studio albums, Kylie (1988) and Enjoy Yourself (1989).


The tour took place in Asia, and would continue into Europe under the new title of The Hitman Roadshow (sponsored by Coca-Cola) and advertised as The Coca-Cola Hitman Roadshow; this show had a different line up of PWL and Stock Aitken Waterman artists such as Big Fun and Sonia. The shows were 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. Footage of the tour was released on DVD in April 2003.

It is likely that during the Disco in Dream tour, the relationship between Kylie and INXS lead singer Michael Hutchence began. Michael reportedly owned an apartment in Hong Kong and, following previous flirtations at industry events Michael successfully managed to seduce the singer. Kylie ended her relationship with Jason Donovan soon afterwards.

Set list

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1 — 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
Leg 2 — 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


• Kylie Minogue – executive producer
• Michael Baumohl – producer, director
• Roger Yader – producer, director
• Terry Blamey – co-producer
• Venol John – choreography
• Carol Minogue – costumes