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Kim Wilde is one of the most adored female artists of the 80’s. The Voice of a generation of rebellious youth, Kim’s punchy vocals and look of the moment, alighted dancefloors and airwaves around the world. She was and remains a media darling, everyone wants to know about Kim! As popular today as ever, this style and music icon is still performing at her finest and is set to celebrate her 40 year career in 2020!
Following the Worldwide success of ‘Here Come The Aliens’ and the recent live album ‘Aliens Live’ – Kim Wilde and her incredible band are heading back on the road in 2020 with Kim’s Greatest Hits Tour.
Featuring hit singles from 1981 to 2020, this will be an unmissable event not only for Kim Wilde fans, but also for fans of the 80s. Featuring classics such as ‘Kids In America’, ‘Hangin’ On’, ‘You Came’ and other less often heard hits like ‘A Million Miles Away’ and ‘Love Is Holy’ –this is going to be the definitive Kim Wilde show.
As with all Kim’s shows, the lighting and sound is always first class, stunning visuals and of course, the most exciting band in the business including her legendary 2 drummers!
Kim’s special guests on this tour are the amazing ‘ China Crisis’ who were fellow chart toppers in the 80’s with hits such as ‘Wishful Thinking’ and ‘King in a Catholic Style’.
Daughter of the evergreen Marty Wilde, Kim's debut single 'Kids In America' was released in 1980 and was a massive hit single. Kim took a break from music when she developed green fingers as a presenter on the BBC's programme 'Garden Invaders'. She later rejuvenated her singing career, with regular appearances at 80's festivals and new albums including 2013's 'Wilde Winter Songbook', a collection of Christmas and Winter-themed songs, and 2018's sci-fi themed 'Here Come The Aliens', which gave Kim her first UK Top 30 album since the early 90s.
See 14 tour dates featuring Kim Wilde
Formed in 1979 in Kirkby on Merseyside, China Crisis are essentially vocalist/keyboardist Garry Daly and guitarist Eddie Lundon. With hits including 'Wishful Thinking', 'Black Man Ray' and 'King In A Catholic Style (Wake Up)', their distinctive AOR-fuelled pop songs were everywhere in the '80s, spending a total of 92 weeks in the charts. Who said the '80s were all bad? China Crisis, for instance, were largely considered one of the better musical things about that much-maligned decade. The guys continue to tour and play festivals today.
See 18 tour dates featuring China Crisis
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
- 36 Hope Street
- L1 9BP
- 0151 210 2895
- 0151 709 3789
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