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P!NK adds record breaking 6th Auckland show

P!NK

DUE TO UNPRECEDENTED DEMAND
P!NK HAS ADDED A RECORD-BREAKING 6TH AND FINAL AUCKLAND SHOW!!

On the 7th Day, she’s resting….

Tickets on sale Monday, May 21 @ 2pm

WEDNESDAY MAY 16, 2018 Embargoed until 8am – Currently blowing the minds of American audiences with her high octane performances on the hottest tour of 2018, P!NK is about to blow the roof off Spark Arena for one more night!

Due to unprecedented demand, the dynamic superstar has announced an incredible sixth and final Auckland show at Spark Arena on Tuesday, September 11 on the New Zealand leg of her Beautiful Trauma Tour.

With her 5th show Pink broke the record for the highest number of concerts performed at Spark Arena on a single tour and now moves that milestone even further down the road. The 5th show sold out on the day it went on general public sale.

Tickets to the new show will go on sale Monday, May 21 at 2pm

My Live Nation members can secure tickets during the pre-sale commencing midday Friday, May 18.

Head to livenation.co.nz.

Touring in support of Beautiful Trauma (released through Sony Music New Zealand), the platinum #1 album (also #1 in the US, UK and Australia), Pink has exceeded two million ticket sales combined across her Australasian tours, which includes 35 arena shows kicking off in Australia this July.

Joining P!nk for her New Zealand tour will be Australian alt-rock favourites, The Rubens.

2018 has already been a huge year for The Rubens, who also performed February shows in Auckland and Wellington.

After the release last October of the exuberant party jam ‘Million Man’, the band are set to make a huge return with their forthcoming third album, LO LA RU, out June 29. The band are also celebrating the release of their brand new single, ‘Never Ever’ featuring Grammy Award nominated songwriter Sarah Aarons.

Starting her world tour in North America last month, reviewers have been in awe with Phoenix New Times claiming “Pink is a tour de force" and had Billboard asking:

“When you've done ballet, modern dance, aerial tricks, gymnastics and silks work all while belting flawlessly for more than 90 minutes and providing inspiration and hope, what else is left?”

WATCH A SNEAK PREVIEW HERE


P!NK
Beautiful Trauma World Tour 2018

DUNEDIN // FORSYTH BARR STADIUM SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1 Very limited tickets available

AUCKLAND // SPARK ARENA
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 // WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 // FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8 // MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10 TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 – NEW SHOW

NEW SHOW TICKETS ON SALE MONDAY, MAY 21 AT 2PM
Live Nation pre-sale Midday Friday, May 18 until Midday Monday May 21

- 6 ticket limit per customer -

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

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