Pink Tickets

Known for her eclectic artistry and passionate style, Pink is among the most prominent names in the modern music. An icon of her kind, Pink has made her mark on the international music front with her original style. Her albums and live performances are a sensuous mix of raspy vocals and gratifying music which are loved by a variety of pop and rock listeners. Currently on her The Truth About Love Tour, Pink is headlining her shows in multiple cities of the world. Join Pink and sing along her newest hits when she comes to your city.

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Artist: Pink

Awards: 3 Grammys and Billboard Music Awards, 6 MTV Video Music Awards, 2 World Music Awards

Hit Songs: Most Girls, Lady Marmalade, Get the Party Started, So What, Raise Your Glass

Start of a Musical Voyage

Inspired by her father to be a pop star, Pink started performing at the local clubs when she was 14. Before pursuing a solo professional career, Pink formed bands like Choice and Basic Instincts which were soon disbanded. Besides preparing her voice, she also refined her songwriting skills that would become an important part of her musicianship. All the efforts boiled down to the release of her debut album, Can’t Take Me Home, which came out in April 2000.


The album produced hits like Most Girls and There You Go and turned out to be a Double Platinum record. This groundbreaking success brought her on the road where she performed with other popular band like ‘N Synch. This victory was accompanied by the release of Lady Marmalade and her second album Missundaztood in 2001. This record outsold the previous album and eventually was certified as Multi-Platinum.


Music Records

A series of successful records coupled with sold-out live shows followed and took Pink’s popularity to the international level. Her third album, Try This came out in November 2003 and performed really well on the charts. With smash hits such as God Is a DJ and Trouble, the album received Platinum certification in the US, UK, Australia and many other countries. In the same year, she also made a cameo appearance in the movie Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.


In the later years, Pink’s musical efforts coincided with her ongoing collaborations and tours. Featuring her energetic flair and lively themes, her next album I’m Not Dead was released in April 2006. Maintaining the past success records, the album peaked on the music charts and proved to be a commercial and critical success. These successive events helped Pink carve her impression on the international music landscape.


Prevalent Prominence

In the following years, Pink earned more fame and her fan base continued to grow. Her fifth studio album Funhouse came out in October 2008 and added to her stardom by selling more than five million records worldwide. She racked up various awards and also embarked on her Funhouse Tour to celebrate this recurrent success. Pink tickets sold like hotcakes as fans loved her rock-arena style of performing.


Her most recent album The Truth About Love was released in September 2012. Topping the Billboard 200 and other foreign charts, the album was certified as Platinum. This impressive victory encouraged her to hit the road once again during her latest tour where she is just doing what she loves the most; setting the stage ablaze with her performance.  


Tour – Truth About Love

Pink’s live concerts feature her signature sparkling performances and quality time for the fans. This season, paint your world with Pink! See the love through her eyes and discover its truth. Experience one of her shows when the megastar makes a stop at your city.

Did You Know…

  1. Pink sold out 18 shows in Melbourne during The Truth About Love Tour, setting a new record in the city.
  2. She has won 51 different awards out of 102 nominations.
  3. Pink’s song about her parents’ divorce Family Portrait made her parents cry.
  4. Her first single, There You Go, sold around 500,000 records and was certified Gold.
  5. In 2012, she was listed at 10 on VH1’s list of “100 Greatest Women in Music”.