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P!NK 'Beautiful Trauma World Tour' - 4th Auckland Show Added

P!NK Beautiful Trauma World Tour - Fourth Auckland Show Added

Following the extraordinary demand for tickets to P!NK’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour next September, a fourth Auckland show has been confirmed.

In addition to P!NK’s three Auckland shows on September 4, 5 and 7, P!NK will also perform at Spark Arena on Saturday, September 8.

Tickets for all shows will go on sale today at midday.

P!NK now shares the venue record with Bruno Mars, Beyonce and Roger Waters for performing four shows on a single tour at Spark Arena.

For complete tour and ticketing details including VIP Experiences, visit:

livenation.co.nz.

P!NK’s new album ‘Beautiful Trauma’ has debuted at #1 in 63 countries this week, and will be the biggest selling new album of 2017 in its first week of release in the USA, UK and Australia (where it has shipped well over double platinum). In New Zealand the album is already certified Gold and is on target for a #1 debut.

Following the announcement of a 40-date trek across North America in support of her seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, P!NK heads to Australia for multiple arena shows starting at Perth Arena on July 3 before heading onto Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane before returning to New Zealand for her first shows since 2007.

P!NK, who last performed two sold-out arena shows in Auckland ten years ago during her I’m Not Dead Tour (2007), will launch her New Zealand tour in Dunedin followed by four shows at Auckland’s Spark Arena in September 2018.

P!NK’s 2013 The Truth About Love Tour still stands as the biggest selling tour by a solo female artist in Australia (out selling Taylor Swift and Adele), captivating audiences during 46 spectacular sold-out shows, performing to more than 600,000 fans and smashing venue attendance records right across the country, redefining the benchmark for arena spectaculars.

“…a must-see spectacle that literally raises the bar for pop concerts.” Herald Sun

“…an all-spinning, all-flying, all-dancing entertainment machine.” Sydney Morning Herald

“…she is the ONLY performer who can bungie and sing at the same time. And that's for the opening song…” Daily Telegraph

“[She] worked the 15,000 sell-out crowd into a type of frenzy rarely seen.” The West Australian

“Jaw-dropping, spectacular and full of love.” The Advertiser

P!NK released her highly anticipated seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, on October 13 (through Sony Music New Zealand). The album features the #1 iTunes smash single “What About Us” which also hit the top spot on the airplay charts here and in the UK.

Since her debut in 2000, P!NK has released six studio albums, one greatest hits album, sold more than 42 million albums, 75 million singles, 2.4 million DVDs worldwide and has had 15 singles in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (four at #1).

In New Zealand, P!NK has had four RIANZ #1 albums with sales in excess of 350,000 units, plus 50,000 DVD sales.

In addition, she is the recipient of three Grammy Awards, one Daytime Emmy Award, three Billboard Music Awards, six MTV Video Music Awards, two MTV Europe Awards, two People’s Choice Awards and was named Billboard’s Woman of the Year in 2013. She has sold out arenas all over the world, made her acting debut in Lionsgate’s Thanks for Sharing and released a side project with singer/songwriter Dallas Green entitled You+Me. Last year, P!NK released “Just Like Fire” from Walt Disney Studios’ feature film Alice Through The Looking Glass. The track was #1 on the US Adult Contemporary Chart for six consecutive weeks and has more than 155 million views of the music video. P!NK was featured on Kenny Chesney’s “Setting The World on Fire,” marking her first #1 on the Country Airplay Chart and Hot Country Songs Chart (in the US). The track also received a 2017 Grammy nomination for Best Country Duo/Group performance earning P!NK her 18th Grammy nomination.

P!NK is a huge supporter of various charities, including: Make a Wish Foundation, Autism Speaks, Human Rights Campaign and No Kid Hungry. She was formerly a spokesperson for COVERGIRL and remains on the UNICEF team as an Ambassador.

P!NK Beautiful Trauma World Tour 2018

4 ticket limit per customer


NEW ZEALAND TOUR DATES:

FORSYTH BARR STADIUM, DUNEDIN

SATURDAY SEPT 1 - SELLING FAST

SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND – SELLING FAST

TUESDAY SEPT 4 // WEDNESDAY SEPT 5 // FRIDAY SEPT 7 – SELLING FAST

SATURDAY SEPT 8 – NEW SHOW

TICKETS TO ALL SHOWS ON SALE AT MIDDAY FRIDAY OCTOBER 20

For complete tour and ticketing information visit: www.livenation.co.nz


For More Information:

Official Website:

http://www.pinkspage.com

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