Following a sell-out run of stadium shows earlier this year, P!nk will – once again – be getting the party started as she announces that her Summer Carnival tour will be returning to the UK next summer – and pre-sale tickets are now on sale!
When is Pink performing in London?
The pop-rock icon will be making her way back across the pond and performing a show in Cardiff before arriving in the capital city. She will then perform two shows at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (June 15 and 16) before heading to Dublin, Liverpool and Glasgow.
2023 saw P!nk play sold out shows across the world, where she was joined by support acts including The Script, GAYLE, and KitCutUp. Those same guests will be joining her for the 2024 extension of the tour.
To date, the Summer Carnival tour has seen over a million fans attend twenty-one shows across seven countries. Not bad, hey? But with plenty of fans still wanting more, P!nk isn’t quite finished yet. She said herself: “We’re gonna tour until the wheels come off!”.
The show is said to be filled to the brim with breath-taking acrobatics, heart-pumping dance routines and stunning vocals; just proving that P!ink is still one of the most impressive live performers of our time.
How can I get tickets to Pink’s London concerts?
With only two shows happening in London, getting tickets will be no mean feat, but as P!nk once said: you’ve gotta get up and try, try, try…
Registration is open until Thursday, November 23 at 11.59pm and pre-sale tickets go on sale on Wednesday, November 29 at 10am. Regular tickets go on sale Thursday, November 30 at 10am – both are available via Ticketmaster.
How much do tickets cost for Pink’s 2024 UK tour?
Pink’s UK tour ticket prices start at £95 for standing and are cost between £50 and £160 for seats. Gold circle tickets are £150.
When and where in the UK & Ireland is Pink touring in 2024?
Pink’s UK tour begins on June 11 in Cardiff and ends on June 29 in Glasgow, taking in two nights in London at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The full list of dates and venues is as follows:
- June 11 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff
- June 15 – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
- June 16 – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
- June 20 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin
- June 24 – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
- June 25 – Anfield Stadium, Liverpool
- June 28 – Hampden Park, Glasgow
- June 29 – Hampden Park, Glasgow