The Truth About Pink’s New Dates

Pink is showing the love to U.S. fans by booking more than two dozen additional dates, citing “overwhelming demand” for her sold-out “The Truth About Love Tour.” The excursion, which began in February, now includes 60 shows.

Presented by Cover Girl, the tour takes its name from her sixth full-length studio album. Featuring the singles “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” and “Try,” the 2012 LP marks Pink’s first No.1 debut album in the U.S.

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Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.

The trek has been earning glowing reviews for Pink’s stage production. The Washington Post called the tour “a frothy, funny, high-gloss arena spectacle.” Her March 14 gig in D.C., “reminded fans packed into a sold-out Verizon Center why she’s come to be recognized as one of this generation’s most consistently and dependably entertaining performers.” And of course the concert also showed off Pink’s “face-melting vocals.”

Here’s what the Los Angeles Times had to say about Pink’s Feb. 16 gig at Staples Center: “Pink remains perhaps the most gifted and imaginative physical performer in pop right now. Her aerials make terrestrial-bound dancing feel, if not trivial, than certainly a little too safe. She spent a good half of Saturday’s show lashed to gyroscopes, hanging from ribbons or being tossed by the scruff of her neck into piles of dancers.”

On Tuesday Pink will be in Saint Paul, Minn., to play the Xcel Energy Center. After wrapping up the previously scheduled U.S. dates next week in Boston, she heads to Europe in April, followed by an Australian outing from late June through early September.

The new leg of North American dates begins Oct.10. Check out the U.S. itinerary below.
Oct. 10 – Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena     
Oct. 12 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center     
Oct. 15 – San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion At San Jose     
Oct. 17 – Salt Lake City, Utah, EnergySolutions Arena     
Oct. 18 – Denver, Colo., Pepsi Center     
Oct. 20 – Seattle, Wash., KeyArena at Seattle Center
Oct. 21 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena     
Oct. 27 – Fargo, N.D., Fargodome     
Nov. 2 – Minneapolis, Minn., Target Center     
Nov. 3 – Milwaukee, Wis., BMO Harris Bradley Center     
Nov. 5 – Chicago, Ill., United Center     
Nov. 6 – Auburn Hills, Mich., The Palace Of Auburn Hills     
Nov. 8 – Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena     
Nov. 9 – Lincoln, Neb., Pinnacle Bank Arena
Nov. 11 – St. Louis, Mo., Scottrade Center     
Nov. 12 – Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center     
Nov. 14 – San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center     
Nov. 16 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center     
Nov. 17 – North Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena     
Nov. 20 – Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena
Nov. 21 – Indianapolis, Ind., Bankers Life Fieldhouse     
Nov. 23 – Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans Arena     
Nov. 24 – Washington, D.C., Verizon Center     
Dec. 5 – Boston, Mass., TD Garden     
Dec. 6 – Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Center     
Dec. 8 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center     
Dec. 11 – Newark, N.J., Prudential Center     
Dec. 13 – Birmingham, Ala., BJCC Arena
Dec. 14 – Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena

A previously announced set of Canadian gigs is booked Oct. 21-Oct.26, Nov. 30 and Dec. 3.  

A presale for American Express cardmembers begins March 25 at 10 a.m. local time.

Tickets go on sale to the public March 30.

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