Pop icon P!nk has been a must-see performer for decades now. From ‘So What’ to ‘Lady Marmalade’ and ‘Just Give Me A Reason’, the American singer has a legendary back catalogue that has seen people through primary school discos, dramatic teen breakups and messy karaoke nights.
After this year gracing UK stadium stages and headlining British Summer Time in June on the first leg of her ‘Summer Carnival’ tour, P!nk has announced that she’s coming back for more in 2024. Heading to the likes of Cardiff, Liverpool and Glasgow, the star will be joined by The Script, Gayle and KidCutUp. Here’s everything you need to know.
When is P!nk going on a UK tour in 2024?
The pop star will be touring UK stadiums across June 2024.
When do tickets go on sale for the Summer Carnival tour?
General sale kicks off at 10am on Thursday, November 30. To be in with a chance of securing tickets fans will have had to register before Thursday, November 23. It is hoped that this way of doing things will block bots and reduce attempts to resell tickets at eye-watering prices.
How much do tickets cost for P!nk’s tour?
The icon’s UK dates are charging £95 for standing general admission and between £50 and £160 for seats.
How can I register?
To get tickets, you’ll have needed to register via Ticketmaster by 11:59pm on Thursday, November 23. Fans should have received a confirmation email within 24 hours. You’ll have found out whether you’ve been selected to buy tickets or put on a waitlist yesterday (Monday, November 27).
If you’re one of the lucky ones, you’ll receive a unique code to access general sale but remember — that doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get tickets. If you’re waitlisted, remember to keep an eye on your inbox, as you could be contacted later on if there are tickets left over.
Is there any presale?
Indeed there was. It opened to select fans at 11am today (Tuesday, November 28), including season ticket holders at the football stadiums hosting the singer.
As expected, demand was exceptionally high. Ticketmaster’s allocation of presale tickets reportedly sold out in under ten minutes, with some venues selling out even quicker.
What UK dates have been confirmed?
11 June: Cardiff – Principality Stadium
15 June: London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
16 June: London – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
20 June: Dublin – Aviva Stadium
24 June: Liverpool – Anfield Stadium
25 June: Liverpool – Anfield Stadium
28 June: Glasgow – Hampden Park
29 June: Glasgow – Hampden Park
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