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P!nk announces massive UK and European stadium shows for 2024

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P!nk has announced a run of stadium shows set to take place across the UK and Europe next summer. Find ticket details below.The newly announced series of live performances comes as a further extension of the singer’s hit ‘Summer Carnival World Tour’, which has seen her play to over one million fans globally across 2023.Kicking off on June 11 with a stop at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, the 2024 tour dates will then see P!nk perform at stadiums in cities across the UK and Ireland, before moving over to European venues including Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, Leipzig and Stuttgart.

The tour will then draw to a close in Stockholm on July 25.The UK shows include stops in London, Liverpool and Glasgow – the same cities that she visited five years prior for her 2019 tour – and the shows in Copenhagen and Bern will be her first live dates there since 2010.The tour will also mark her first-ever show in Mönchengladbach, Germany, and her first show in Leipzig in over 10 years.

Special guests for the show include The Script, GAYLE and DJ and producer KidCutUp.UK and Ireland Tickets will be available from next Thursday (November 30) at 10am local time and can be found here.

European tour dates will be available from November 27. Check out a full list of UK and European shows below.JUNE11 – Cardiff, Principality Stadium 15 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium16 – London, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium 24 – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium25 – Liverpool, Anfield Stadium 28 – Glasgow, Hampden Park29 – Glasgow, Hampden ParkJUNE20 – Dublin, Aviva StadiumJULY3 – Bern, Wankdorf Stadium6 – Copenhagen, Parken Stadium10 – Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff ArenA 14 – Brussels, King Baudouin Stadium 17 – Leipzig, Red Bull Arena 19 – Stuttgart, MHP Arena21.

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