P!NK Two FINAL Sydney shows added to Beautiful Trauma Australian Tour + Pink’s total Australian ticket sales to surpass 2 million + Special Australian Tour Guests The Rubens Announced + New Tickets Released in all Markets
STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL 6AMMONDAY APRIL 16, 2018– Currently blowing the minds of American audiences with her incredible performances on the hottest tour of 2018, P!NK has announced TWO FINAL SHOWS for the Australian leg of her Beautiful Trauma World Tour. The superstar will be performing at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Saturday, August 25 and Sunday, August 26. Touring in support of Beautiful Trauma (released through Sony Music Australia), the now four-times Platinum Australian #1 album (also #1 in the US and UK), this takes the Australian show count to a massive 35 dates, including 11 in Melbourne, 9 in Sydney, 7 in Brisbane and 4 each in Adelaide and Perth. Joining P!nk on her Australian tour will be local alt-rock favourites, The Rubens. 2018 has already been a huge year for The Rubens. 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. Picking up where their triple j Hottest 100 topping single ‘Hoops’ left off, the band are also celebrating the release of their brand new single, ‘Never Ever’ featuring Grammy Award nominated songwriter Sarah Aarons. In addition the new Sydney shows, a limited number of Wild Hearts Zone tickets (standing area within the stage) will be released for all shows in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. This will be fans’ final chance to see P!nk live in 2018 – no additional shows will be added to the Australian tour. Tickets for the two new Sydney shows and Wild Hearts Zones in all cities will go on sale at midday this Thursday, April 19. For complete ticket, VIP Experience and tour details, visit: livenation.com.au. As tickets go on sale this Thursday for the final Sydney shows, the total number of tickets sold for P!nk’s Australian shows across all five of her national tours will hit a staggering TWO MILLION! To celebrate this remarkable milestone, Live Nation is giving one lucky fan and a friend the chance to fly to Los Angeles to see P!nk live at Staples Center on May 31. For details on how to enter, head to: livenation.com.au. Starting her world tour in North America last month, reviewers have been in awe with Phoenix New Times claiming “Pink was 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
– 6 ticket limit per customer –
PERTH ARENA TUESDAY JULY 3 // WEDNESDAY JULY 4 // FRIDAY JULY 6 // SATURDAY JULY 7
ADELAIDE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE TUESDAY JULY 10 // WEDNESDAY JULY 11 // FRIDAY JULY 13 // SATURDAY JULY 14 ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE MONDAY JULY 16 // TUESDAY JULY 17 // THURSDAY JULY 19 // FRIDAY JULY 20 SUNDAY JULY 22 // MONDAY JULY 23 // WEDNESDAY JULY 25 // FRIDAY JULY 27 SATURDAY JULY 28 // TUESDAY AUGUST 28 // WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29
QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY FRIDAY AUGUST 3 // SATURDAY AUGUST 4 // MONDAY AUGUST 6 // TUESDAY AUGUST 7 THURSDAY AUGUST 9 // SATURDAY AUGUST 11 // SUNDAY AUGUST 12 SATURDAY AUGUST 25 – NEW SHOW! // SUNDAY AUGUST 26 – NEW SHOW!
BRISBANE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE TUESDAY AUGUST 14 // WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 // FRIDAY AUGUST 17 SATURDAY AUGUST 18 // MONDAY AUGUST 20 // TUESDAY AUGUST 21 THURSDAY AUGUST 23
NEW SYDNEY SHOWS & WILD HEARTS ZONE TICKETS
ON SALE 12PMTHURSDAY APRIL 19 For complete tour and ticketing information visit: livenation.com.au
With each return Down Under, the love and admiration for our adopted Alecia Moore has grown exponentially. P!NK’s debut Try This Tour in 2004 laid the foundation of her Australian domination with a respectable six arena shows. 2007’s I’m Not Dead Tour played to more than 308,000 fans over 35 nights. Two years later, the phenomenal 58-arena-shows Funhouse House Tour broke venue records everywhere it went, selling in excess of 658,000 tickets and still stands as the biggest selling tour by a solo female artist in Australia. 2013’s The Truth About Love Tour, played out in front of more than 600,000 rapturous fans.