The ultimate pop princess is turning 50! Can you believe it?
I know that I have had an amazing 30 year journey with Kylie Minogue and this year will be the first year I will get to see her live when I go to watch her ‘Golden‘ tour in Glasgow. I can’t wait!
However that will only be one night and also not everyone will manage to go to a Kylie concert so what’s the next best thing? A concert in your living room of course!
How can this be possible you might ask? Well – thanks to the awesome Qello Concerts you can watch full concerts from the comfort of your own sofa in high quality.
No queuing at the bar, no risk of missing anything when you need to go to the bathroom. Qello Concerts have a huge library of concerts from many years and from many different artists including, of course, Kylie Minogue.
Watch on your Smart TV, cast from your mobile device using a Chromecast, unlimited access to watch any show – from the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries – anytime – anywhere! So, get the drinks in and get ready to party! Nothing can beat the real live experience but…
Obviously this service is not free but they do offer a 7 day free trial so even if you only use it to celebrate Kylie’s birthday then it’s well worth it.
As for me, the cost of less than $10 per month so that I can ‘attend’ concerts in my own home is a bargain! So…I am willing to share the live music love…
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I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
I currently work in the IT industry (yawn)
I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.