Kylie Minogue Wine US Launch: The Complete Promo Schedule

From joining Coldplay in New Jersey to an intimate gig in New York and party in Miami. This is how Kylie Minogue Wine launch looked in the U.S.

Kylie Minogue launched her Prosecco Rose wine in the United States, and for that she flew over for a respectable promotional tour. Here’s Gay Morning America trying to catch up with Kylie.

June 3: Kylie Landed in NYC

The first story that announced Kylie arriving in the US is the surprise appearance on stage with Coldplay. Kylie joined Coldplay on Saturday night (June 4) at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey for a rendition of ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.’

Monday night (June 6) was the main event. She had an intimate performance for selected audience and a lot of press at Café Carlyle, and Vogue received a rare look behind the scenes on the show with spectacular photos, that also revealed the set list: Spinning Around, Love at First Sight, Say Something, All The Lovers and Can’t Get You Out of My Head. W magazine and Billboard were also there. Later that night she stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers to sip and talk about her performance with Coldplay/

The following day (Tuesday June 7) she did an interview with Kenzie Bryant for Vanity Fair. The interview was published nearly a week later, dubbing Kylie as “the George Clooney of bubbly.” She then joined Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on BRAVO, answering on that Kylie brand court fight, that sparked many gossip column followups.

Then another round of press included catching up on video with Lyndsey Parker,·Editor in Chief of Yahoo Music and an article that was published a week later, and (with the same dress), gave an interview to GLAAD about her being a gay icon.

June 10: Arriving in Miami

According to Kylie’s Instagram account, she arrived in Miami on Friday, June 10, where she held a Kylie Wine launch party. Miami Herald reported on June 14 that the party was held at the Good Time Hotel in Miami Beach.

In Miami, she got an interview with Linda Marx with People magazine and mentioned going back to the studio in July. “I am so buoyed by this trip to the U.S,” she said. “I have had a warm welcome here, and am excited about connecting with the American people who have enjoyed my music over the years. Now they can experience the wine.”