2013 Pink Concert Tour

The eccentric pop star Pink will be returning to the United States to continue her latest tour, “The Truth About Love Tour.” The 33-year-old singer with a one of a kind voice is currently finishing up her tour dates in the land down under, Australia. Once complete in Australia, the superstar will break for three weeks before beginning the North American part of the tour at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

Pink’s 2013 concert dates are as follows:

Oct. 10 Oakland CA Oracle Arena

Oct. 12 Los Angeles CA Staples Center

Oct. 15 San Jose CA HP Pavilion

Oct. 17 Salt Lake City UT Energy Solutions Arena

Oct. 18 Denver CO Pepsi Center

Oct. 20 Seattle WA Key Arena

Oct. 21 Vancouver BC Rogers Arena

Oct. 23 Edmonton Rexall Place

Oct. 24 Saskatoon SK Credit Union Centre

Oct. 26 Winnipeg MB MTS Centre

Oct. 27 Fargo ND Fargodome

Nov. 2 Minneapolis MN Target Center

Nov. 3 Milwaukee WI BMO Harris Bradley Center

Nov. 5 Chicago IL United Center

Nov. 6 Detroit Auburn Hills MI The Palace of Auburn Hills

Nov. 8 Des Moines IL Wells Fargo Arena

Nov. 9 Lincoln NE Pinnacle Bank Arena

Nov. 11 St. Louis MO Scottrade Center

Nov. 12 Kansas City MO Sprint Center

Nov. 14 San Antonio TX AT&T Center

Nov. 16 Dallas TX American Airlines Arena

Nov. 17 North Little Rock AR Verizon Arena

Nov. 20 Chicago Rosemont IL Allstate Arena

Nov. 21 Indianapolis IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Nov. 23 Cleveland OH Quicken Loans Arena

Nov. 24 Washington DC Verizon Center

Nov. 30 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre

Dec. 3 Montreal Bell Centre

Dec. 5 Boston MA TD Garden

Dec. 6 Philadelphia PA Wells Fargo Center

Dec. 8 New York NY Barclays Center

Dec. 11 Newark NJ Prudential Center

Dec. 13 Birmingham AL BJCC Arena

Dec. 14 Atlanta GA Philips Arena

The Grammy Award winner (first award with Lil’ Kim, Christina Aguilera and Mya for “Lady Marmalade”) burst onto the music scene in 2000 with her double platinum hit, “There You Go,” and has since released other popular songs like “Get the Party Started,” Stupid Girls” and “Trouble.”  Her third solo album, titled Try This was her first solo Grammy Award nomination and win, beating out Michelle Branch, Avril Lavigne, Bonnie Raitt and Lucinda Williams for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.

When it comes to the popularity of Mrs. Corey Hart, her unique voice is what set her apart from those same women she beat out for her first solo Grammy Award and what has kept her at the top of the music business even today. In 2013, along with Nate Ruess from Fun., Pink released “Just Give me a Reason.” Since its release, the song has been downloaded more than four million times in the United States and has become one of the songs of the year around the world.

For those looking to see the popular entertainer that has won three Grammy’s, six MTV Video Music Awards and 19 top 20 hits, there are plenty of options on her latest tour. Where can you catch the Billboard No. 1 musician of the 2000s?

Pink will begin the North American leg of her tour on the west coast before swinging through Canada for four dates. She will then make her way to the Midwest for shows in Chicago and Kansas City before hitting the south with shows in Texas. Pink will then bring her tour back through the Midwest before reaching Canada again and then major shows in Boston, Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Atlanta.

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