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The Infinite Disco is a two-off promotional live stream concert by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue, held in support of her fifteenth studio album Disco (2020). The live stream was announced on 19 October 2020, when Minogue took to her socials, posting a clip of her singing "Magic", which was released as the second single from the album; the concert took place on 7 November 2020. On 31 December 2020, the show returned for New Year's Eve.
Background and development
Following the release of the singles "Say Something" and "Magic", Minogue took to social media to announce a "performance spectacular", which would take place on 7 November; it was announced that tickets would go on sale on 21 October 2020, with fans getting early access by pre-ordering Disco. The live stream, with a duration of approximately 50 minutes, is co-directed by Rob Sinclair and Kate Moross, and will feature songs from the forthcoming album, as well as previously released songs from Minogue's career, the latter being reworked by Minogue's longtime contributors Richard Stannard and Steve Anderson. All songs are rehearsed by Minogue's former dancer and actual choreographer Ashley Wallen.On 1 November 2020, as a teaser to Infinite Disco, Minogue uploaded through her official YouTube page the full prerecorded performance of "Say Something," taken from this concert, accompanied by the members of The House Gospel Choir. The day after, the singer uploaded a 30-second length video through her socials showcasing random parts from the footage, including portions of her singing her 2001 single "Love at First Sight" as well as her most recent promotional single, "I Love It." On 6 November 2020, the release day of Disco, Minogue uploaded the pre-recorded performance of "Real Groove" to her YouTube page.UK-based livestream business Driift announced that they shifted nearly 30,000 tickets for Infinite Disco. Together with Niall Horan's show from the Royal Albert Hall, which occurred in the same night, they had sold more than 150,000 tickets collectively, grossing a combined $3 million.
The following setlist was obtained by Idolator.
Introduction (contains excerpts from "Magic" and "Come into My World")
"I Love It"
"In Your Eyes"
"Light Years" / "Supernova" / "Light Years" (Reprise)
Interlude (contains excerpts from "I Should Be So Lucky")
"Dance Floor Darling"
"All the Lovers" (performed with The House Gospel Choir)
"Say Something" (performed with The House Gospel Choir)
"Slow" (contains elements of "Love to Love You Baby")
"Where Does the DJ Go?"
"Love at First Sight"
Directors and producers
Credits obtained from the viewing of East Coast USA livestream
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