Pink
MAR 1 THU
MAR 3 SAT
MAR 5 MON
Pink
7:30 PM
BOK Center
MAR 6 TUE
MAR 9 FRI
Pink
8:00 PM
United Center
MAR 10 SAT
Pink
8:00 PM
United Center
MAR 12 MON
MAR 14 WED
Pink
7:30 PM
Scottrade Center
MAR 15 THU
Pink
7:30 PM
Sprint Center
MAR 17 SAT
MAR 18 SUN
Pink
7:30 PM
Van Andel Arena
MAR 25 SUN
MAR 27 TUE
Pink
7:30 PM
KFC Yum! Center
MAR 28 WED
APR 4 WED
APR 5 THU
APR 7 SAT
Pink
8:00 PM
PPG Paints Arena
APR 9 MON
Pink
7:30 PM
TD Garden
APR 10 TUE
Pink
7:30 PM
TD Garden
APR 13 FRI
APR 14 SAT
Pink
8:00 PM
Prudential Center
APR 16 MON
Pink
7:30 PM
Capital One Arena
APR 17 TUE
Pink
7:30 PM
Capital One Arena
APR 19 THU
APR 21 SAT
Pink
8:00 PM
Philips Arena
APR 24 TUE
Pink
7:30 PM
Amway Center
APR 25 WED
Pink
7:30 PM
BB&T Center
APR 28 SAT
APR 29 SUN
MAY 1 TUE
MAY 2 WED
MAY 8 TUE
MAY 9 WED
MAY 13 SUN
Pink
7:30 PM
KeyArena
MAY 15 TUE
MAY 18 FRI
Pink
8:00 PM
Oracle Arena
MAY 19 SAT
Pink
8:00 PM
Oracle Arena
MAY 22 TUE
Pink
7:30 PM
Save Mart Center
MAY 23 WED
MAY 25 FRI
Pink
8:00 PM
Honda Center
MAY 26 SAT
Pink
8:00 PM
T-Mobile Arena
MAY 28 MON
MAY 31 THU
Pink
7:30 PM
Staples Center
JUN 1 FRI


Pink Tickets are available from greatseats.com. She is kicking off her 2018 world tour March 1st in Phoenix, Arizona. She is supporting her seventh album, Beautiful Trauma, which released in October 2017, and debuted at number-one. The North American leg of the tour runs through June with approximately 40 dates scheduled. Some key stops include dates in New York, NY (04/04), Boston, MA (04/09), Washington, DC, (04/16), and Los Angeles, CA (05/31).

Stage Show


Pink’s high-energy show is like being at the circus. She performs aerial acrobatics while she sings. For much of the show, she is suspended in the air on a ring or trapeze. Sometimes she gets into a Zorb, (which is a large transparent ball) and goes out into the crowd.

Career Start


Pink is the stage name of American singer and songwriter Alecia Beth Moore. She started her career at the age of 16 in the R&B girl group Choice. The group signed with L.A. Reid, producer and record label CEO. They disbanded in 1998, enabling to Pink score a recording contract as a solo act with LaFace Records.

Releases


Pink released her debut solo album Can’t Take Me Home in 2000. The double-platinum album contained two Billboard Hot 100 top-ten hits: “Most Girls” and “There You Go”. She hit number one with the “Lady Marmalade”, which was from the Moulin Rouge! Soundtrack. Her second album, Missundaztood, yielded the top-ten hits “Get the Party Started”, “Don’t Let Me Get Me”, and “Just Like a Pill.” 2008’s Funhouse album spawned “So What”, her second US number-one. Later singles “Raise Your Glass” and “Just Give Me a Reason” also reached the top of the charts.

Success


Pink has three Grammy Awards, a Daytime Emmy Award, a Brit Award, and seven MTV Video Music Awards. She has sold over 40 million albums, and over 50 million singles. She was Billboard’s Woman of the Year in 2013. Don't forget to purchase your Pink Tickets at greatseats.com.