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When you get the opportunity to watch one of the best-selling artists of all time, it’s time to get the party started…

If you want to be there to watch Pink during her next tour of the UK, we can help you out. At Events Hospitality, we can provide you with VIP packages that will not only guarantee your place at Pink concert, but also give you an experience you will never forget.

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If you’re like us, you’re going to want to be prepared for the next time Pink is in the UK – so we are going to spend the rest of this page giving you all the ticket information you’ll need so that you can be there to watch this fantastic pop star at the peak of her powers.

Below you’ll find some frequently asked questions about Pink and her latest tour so that you have everything you need to see Pink performing in the UK.

Pink released the album ‘Trustfall’ in February 2023 – which debuted at number one in the UK and Australia. Described by one critic as “reliably Pink ” it’s a wonderful, crowd-pleasing album, full of punchy pop songs, interspersed with some introspective tunes. It has been received well by critics and fans alike.

So as for when the next Pink album will be released – at the moment, we don’t know. With the Summer Carnival tour scheduled to run until November 2024, she will probably get that out of the way before heading back into the studio. But this is Pink – so who knows?!

Hmm, where do we start? How about with ‘Get The Party Started’, Pink’s first worldwide hit that was number one in a number of different countries. Or how about ‘Just Like a Pill’, another iconic hit, but this time a bit more raw and edgy than we’d seen from her before. Then there’s the feminist anthem ‘Who Knew’ and ‘So What’, from 2006, off the album ‘I’m Not Dead’. ‘Just Give Me A Reason’ was another worldwide smash in 2012 and then there was the power ballad ‘What About Us” in 2017. More recently, ‘Cover Me In Sunshine’ is a duet with her daughter, Willow Sage Hart.

Errrr – yes! Yes, Pink has won numerous awards for her music, including:

Three Grammy Awards: Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for “Lady Marmalade” with Christina Aguilera, Mya, Lil’ Kim, and Missy Elliott; Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for “Trouble”; Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for “Just Give Me a Reason” with Nate Ruess.

Seven MTV Video Music Awards: Best Video from a Film for “Feel Good Time” with William Orbit; Best Female Video for “U + Ur Hand”; Best Pop Video for “Who Knew”; Video Vanguard Award for her lifetime of achievements in music videos.

Plus Nine Billboard Music Awards (including being named Billboard’s Woman of the Year in 2013 and the Legend of the Live Award), one World Music Award, one Daytime Emmy Award, two Brits (Outstanding Contribution to Music Award – the first International Artist to receive the award), she was Pollstar’s Artist of the Year in 2019, she’s received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, a two People’s Choice Awards, two MTV Europe Awards and BMI President’s Award.

Way back in 1995, as a teenager, Pink (real name Alecia Moore) joined the girl group Choice with two other girls in her hometown of Philadelphia. They did get signed to a record label, and moved to Atlanta to record an album, but it was never released. Record executive L.A Reid approached Pink at a party and said that if she left the band, he would sign her – the band broke up soon after.

Sure enough, Pink signed to LaFace Records in 1999, and started work on her debut album ‘Can’t Take Me Home’, and her first single ‘There You Go’ which was released in February 2000. It was a smash, reaching Top 10s all over the world. Many awards followed, and she supported NSYNC on the North American leg of their tour in the summer of 2000.

She really hit the big time in 2001 when she performed a cover of Lady Marmalade with a host of other stars, for the soundtrack to the movie ‘Moulin Rouge!’ in 2001. She quickly capitalised on the newfound fame with the release of her second album ‘Missundaztood’ – it had more edge, and was more serious than her debut – and it was packed full of hits. ‘Get the Party Started’, ‘Just Like a Pill’ and ‘Family Portrait’ all helped to establish Pink as a pop powerhouse.

Since those early years, Pink has released numerous successful albums, including ‘I’m Not Dead’ (2006), ‘Funhouse’ (2008), ‘The Truth About Love’ (2012), ‘Beautiful Trauma’ (2017), and ‘Hurts 2B Human’ (2019). She has sold over 100 million records worldwide.

Pink’s music is deeply personal and often explores themes of love, loss, empowerment, rebellion, and self-acceptance. She has spoken openly about her struggles with childhood trauma, body image, and mental health, and her music often reflects these experiences. Her music always feels incredibly personal, and that’s why it connects with so many people. She enjoys a string bond with her fans as a result.

If you are ever lucky enough to get Pink tickets, you are in for a treat. Pink is known for her high-energy and visually stunning concerts. She puts on a show that is sure to leave fans breathless. You can expect a show that is visually stunning, featuring her trademark powerful vocals full of energy, and a proper theatrical performance. You’ll see her flying through the air, or performing stunts, there might be the odd explosion and the fans will certainly be involved at some point. You can expect a spectacular night of entertainment.

Is Pink worth seeing live?

You don’t have a career like Pink has enjoyed by putting on mediocre performances for your fans. She isn’t a ‘studio artist’ – she grew up playing live gigs to crowds, and she has retained that love for putting on a show. She has an incredible back catalogue of songs, and is constantly releasing fresh music which is pushing her in different directions while maintaining true to her principles.

A Pink show is a night out that you will never forget.

Where is Pink playing in the UK?

The Summer Carnival tour first came to the UK in the summer of 2023, visiting the Stadium of Light, Villa Park and Hyde Park, but in 2024 she continues the mammoth tour. Starting off in Australia and New Zealand in the early part of the year, she comes back to the UK in June.

Summer Carnival 2024 UK dates:

June 11th, Principality Stadium – Cardiff

June 15th & 16th, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London

June 24th & 25th, Anfield Stadium, Liverpool

June 28th & 29th, Hampden Park, Glasgow

How to get Pink tickets?

If you want tickets to go and watch the incredible American singer Pink when she’s next in the UK, then we can help. We have exclusive VIP packages that will ensure your spot at one of her shows, even if the general sale tickets are sold out. You don’t ever need to miss Pink when she comes to the UK.

If you are interested in Pink tickets, get in touch with us today and we will help you find the perfect package for you and your party.

Be prepared for the Summer Carnival tour

If you want tickets to go and watch the incredible American singer Pink when she’s next in the UK, then we can help. We have exclusive VIP packages that will ensure your spot at one of her shows, even if the general sale tickets are sold out. You don’t ever need to miss Pink when she comes to the UK.

If you are interested in Pink tickets, get in touch with us today and we will help you find the perfect package for you and your party.