Pink have officially launched their massive Summer Carnival tour in the UK and Europe. Here’s its setlist:
The singer is headlining stadiums across the continent, performing new material alongside his biggest hits.
This includes two nights at the University Stadium in Bolton, the Stadium of Light in Sunderland and Hyde Park as part of the British Summertime Festival.
She will also visit Paris, Berlin, Munich, Hannover, Vienna and Warsaw for stadium shows during the summer.
Speaking about the tour on Instagram, the singer said, “There’s no better month to tour than Pride Month.”
“We can feel all the emotions we’ve been suppressing. We can close our eyes and leave everything behind. We scream, we cry, we laugh, we all make Let’s embrace the old memories and make more memories,” added the pop icon.
She recently released her ninth album, trust fall Contains the single “Never Gonna Not Dance Again” and the title track.
But fans can expect to hear material from her extensive back catalog throughout the tour, not just gravity-defying stunts.
You can check out everything we know so far, including Pink’s setlist, stage times, and Pink’s ticket details. summer carnival tour under.
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Pink setlist for 2023 tour
On the first night of the UK and European tour, summer carnival tour, Pink performed the following setlist. Fans can expect similar content on upcoming tour dates.
- let the party begin
- raise your glass
- did you know who
- Just Like A Pill
- About us
- make you feel my love
- just give me a reason
- fucking perfect
- just like fire
- please don’t leave me
- cover me in sunshine
- kids in love
- when i get there
- I am here
- they are irrelevant
- No Ordinary Love (Shard Cover)
- run away
- trust fall
- blow me one last kiss)
- Never Gonna Not Dance Again
- Last order
- so what
What time will Pink appear on stage?
On the first night of the tour in Bolton, the singer and supporting acts performed at the following fixed times:
Fans can expect it to be similar for most shows, though that may change depending on venue curfews.
- 5:30pm – Kid Cutup
- 6:45pm – Gail
- 7:15pm – Kid Cutup
- 7:30pm – Script
- 8:30pm – Kid Cutup
- 8:50pm – Pink
- 11pm – Curfew
Who are your support acts?
Pink will be joined by The Script, who will perform songs from their six UK number one albums, including ‘For the First Time’ and ‘Blakeven’.
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter GAYLE, whose hit single “abcdefu” reached number one on the charts last year, is also in the lineup.
Additionally, DJ and producer KidCutUP will also play a set all night long after making previous special guest appearances. Beautiful Trauma World Tour in 2019.
If you go to two shows in Hyde Park, the line-up looks a little different. Gwen Stefani will also be attending on both dates.
Sam Ryder, Gale, Sam Tompkins, Maddie Zahm, Mae Stevens and Will Linley will perform on June 24th.
Tinashe, Laila, Maddie Zahm, Valencia Grace, Nel Mezcal and Belén Olivia will perform on June 25th.
Are pink tickets still available?
Limited tickets to her UK shows are available from Ticketmaster.
This includes fan-to-fan resale tickets where fans who are no longer able to attend can list tickets for less than face value.
Check out the ticket links below for European dates.
What are the tour dates?
Pink will play the next UK and European show on her show summer carnival tour 2023:
- 7 June – University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton – Tickets
- 8 June – University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton – Tickets
- 10 June – Stadium of Light, Sunderland – Tickets
- 11 June – Stadium of Light, Sunderland – Tickets
- 13 June – Villa Park, Birmingham – Tickets
- June 16 – Landgraaf, Pinkpop – Tickets
- June 17 – Werchter, Werchter Boutique – Tickets
- June 20 – La Defense Arena, Paris – Tickets
- June 21 – La Defense Arena, Paris – Tickets
- June 24 – American Express Presents BST Hyde Park, London – Tickets
- June 25 – American Express Presents BST Hyde Park, London – Tickets
- 28 June – Olympiastadion, Berlin – Tickets
- 1st July – Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna – Tickets
- 5 July – Olympiastadion, Munich – Tickets
- July 8 – Rhein Energie Stadium, Cologne – Tickets
- 12 July – HDI Arena, Hannover – Tickets
- 16 July – National Stadium, Warsaw – Tickets
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