P!NK will return to Europe and the UK next year, announcing new dates for her “Summer Carnival Tour,” after already performing to more than a million fans this year.
The tour kicks off June 11, 2024, at Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. P!NK will then play a series of stadium shows in England, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany, before concluding in the Swedish capital of Stockholm, July 25, 2024.
P!NK will be supported by The Script, GAYLE, and DJ and producer KidCutUp on this run. Tickets go on sale at the end of November.
Earlier this month, P!NK grabbed the No. 1 spot on Pollstar’s LIVE75 for the first time since launching her “Summer Carnival Tour” earlier this year.
As of Aug. 16, she’d played to more than 800,000 fans during Pollstar’s 2023 Q3 reporting period, grossing nearly $116.7 million. The “Summer Carnival Tour” just wrapped its North American leg. Recent highlights from Pollstar’s Boxoffice include a sold-out Nov. 7 performance at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN (13,185 tickets sold, $2,992,297 grossed), and two sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden, NY, Nov. 4-5, selling 29,362 tickets for an astounding $6,334,010 gross.
P!NK is nearing a major milestone as a concert performer as all indications suggest that she could surpass $1 billion in career grosses by the time her “Summer Carnival” stadium tour wraps next March. Currently, her overall box-office results from the past 21 years show a gross of $889.9 million from 9.06 million sold tickets at 607 headlining concerts.
P!NK is managed by Roger Davies (RDWM), and represented by Barrie Marshall (Marshall Arts). Her team’s details are available to subscribers here.
P!NK – Summer Carnival – 2024 UK / EU Tour:
June 11 – Cardiff, Wales – Principality Stadium
June 15 – London, England – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
June 16 – Londen, England – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
June 20 – Dublin, Ireland – Aviva Stadium
June 24 – Liverpool, England – Anfield Stadium
June 25 – Liverpool, England – Anfield Stadium
June 28 – Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park
June 29 – Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park
July 3 – Bern, Switzerland – Wankdorf Stadium
July 6 – Kopenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium
July 10 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff Arena
July 14 – Brussel, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium
July 17 – Leipzig, Germany – Red Bull Arena
July 19 – Stuttgart, Germany – Mercedes Benz Arena
Jul7 21 – Mönchengladbach, Germany – Borussia-Park
July 25 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena