The Kylie on Stage exhibition is coming to Fremantle in February
The exhibition features dozens of eye-catching outfits and accessories from Kylie Minogue's international tours over the past 25 years
- The exhibition will open at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle on February 16
The eye-catching and extravagant costumes and accessories of one of the world's most popular performing artists, Kylie Minogue, will go on show at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle in February 2019.
The Western Australian Museum has signed the deal to stage the
Kylie on Stage exhibition which features dozens of onstage costumes and gowns worn by the renowned 'Princess of Pop' on her international tours over the past 25 years.
The exhibition in Fremantle is part of the WA Museum's strategy to take amazing experiences to surprising places while the New Museum for WA, due to open in 2020, is under development in Perth.
The exhibition features the work of international designers such as Dolce and Gabbana, Jean Paul Gaultier, Karl Lagerfeld and Australian designers Mark Burnett and Peter Morrissey.
Kylie on Stage will open to the public at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle from Saturday February 16 and run until June 9 2019. A series of exciting pop-up events is expected to complement the exhibition through a celebration of music and style.
Kylie on Stage is a touring exhibition proudly presented by Arts Centre Melbourne and the Australian Music Vault and supported by Creative Victoria.
For more information, visit the Museum website at
Comments attributed to Culture and Arts Minister David Templeman:
"Kylie Minogue is an Australian icon who has succeeded on the global stage and is a role model that we can all be proud of.
"This exhibition will be a treat for not just her fans, but also anyone who is interested in the fashion, music and creative industries. You will get a backstage look at the enormous talent and work that contributes to Kylie's onstage success.
"More than 250,000 people visited this exhibition when it was staged in Melbourne and I'm pleased that the exhibition is coming to the WA Maritime Museum where it will add even more glitz and glamour to the Fremantle area."
Minister's office: 6552 5400