P!nk will take her Beautiful Trauma Tour overseas in 2019. The three-time Grammy winner has announced a summer romp through Europe and the U.K., which will keep the “Get the Party Started” hitmaker on the road through early August.
The multi-platinum seller unveiled the new dates on Oct. 16 via Facebook. The 20-city trek will follow the pop icon's recently announced 2019 spring tour of North America in continued support of her chart-topping 2017 studio album Beautiful Trauma.
The fun begins on June 16 in Amsterdam at Johan Cruijff Arena. P!nk and entourage will pay visits to London, Paris and Berlin, before wrapping up Aug. 3 in Stockholm at Tele2 Arena.
Tickets for the new shows go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, Oct. 19 at 10:00 a.m. local time through Friday, Oct. 26 at 10:00 a.m. local time with various VIP and premium packages available for each stop. For more details, click here.
“Ok Europe,” writes P!nk in her Facebook update. “Finally I get to share with you the plans for my tour next summer! Can’t wait to see all your beautiful faces.”
The “Get the Party Started” hitmaker wrapped up her 2018 touring year with a tour of Australia and New Zealand, which finished on Sept. 5 in Auckland, New Zealand. The multi-talented entertainer made headlines during her romp Down Under when she was forced to postpone a handful of shows on doctor's orders due to a severer stomach virus.
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P!nk's 2019 tour of the U.K. and Europe schedule:
June 16 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff Arena
June 18 – Dublin, Ireland – RDS Arena
June 20 – Cardiff, United Kingdom – Principality Stadium (Tickets)
June 22 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – Hampden Park (Tickets)
June 25 – Liverpool, United Kingdom – Anfield Stadium (Tickets)
June 27 – Werchter, Belgium – Rock Werchter
June 29 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium (Tickets)
June 30 – London, United Kingdom – Wembley Stadium (Tickets)
July 3 – Paris, France – La Defense Arena
July 5 – Köln, Germany – Rhein Energie Stadion
July 8 – Hamburg, Germany – Volksparkstadion
July 10 – Stuttgart, Germany – Mercedes Benz Arena
July 12 – Hannover, Germany – HDI Arena
July 14 – Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion
July 20 – Warszawa, Poland – PGE Narodowy Stadium
July 22 – Frankfurt , Germany – Commerzbank-Arena
July 24 – Wien, Austria – Ernst Happel Stadium
July 26– Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
July 30 – Zürich, Switzerland – Letzigrund Stadium
Aug. 3 – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2 Arema (Tickets)