Everything you need to know about Pink’s Summer Carnival 2024 Tour


Multi-talented American singer, Alecia Beth Moore popularly known as Pink is currently embarking on her 2024 ‘Summer Carnival Tour’ from her ninth studio album, ‘Trustfall’

Born to a nurse and an insurance salesman, the 44-year-old artist adopted her stage name Pink while performing in clubs, a nickname she had for many years. Although various stories explain the origin of her name, many link it to her childhood, where she was teased, and her pants were pulled down, causing her to blush pink with embarrassment. The name stuck due to this incident.

Amidst different speculations, it was noted that the film Reservoir Dogs featured a character named Mr. Pink, known for his witty remarks, adding another layer of meaning to her name.

Beyond her music career, Pink has dabbled in acting and winemaking, purchasing her vineyard in 2013. Her ninth album, “Trustfall,” released in February 2023, includes tracks like “Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” “Trustfall,” “When I Get There,” and “Runaway.”

As she’s currently thrilling her fans and music lovers in the UK, here’s everything you need to know about the tour.

 The ‘Summer Carnival Tour’ commenced on June 7, 2023, at the University of Bolton Stadium in Bolton, England, and will conclude at LoanDepot Park on November 23, 2024, in Miami, United States. This tour promotes her ninth studio album, “Trustfall” (2023), and features performances at three prominent European music festivals: Pinkpop Festival, Werchter Boutique, and BST Hyde Park.

Some notable highlights from Pink’s American leg of the tour, as reported by Pollstar Boxoffice, include two sold-out nights at Madison Square Garden in New York on Nov. 4-5, with 29,362 tickets sold and a gross of $6,334,010; a sold-out show at Kaseya Center in Miami, FL, on Nov. 14, with 13,358 tickets sold and $2,733,511 grossed; a sold-out performance at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV, on Oct. 7, with 54,693 tickets sold and $8,969,920 grossed; and a sold-out show at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA, with 49,559 tickets sold and $8,104,762 grossed.

Pink is currently halfway through the UK segment of her ‘Summer Carnival World Tour,’ which follows the astounding success of her ‘Summer Carnival’ 2023 tour that sold nearly 3 million tickets and grossed a remarkable $350 million across Europe, the UK, North America, Australia, and New Zealand, as reported by Live Nation.

The Emmy Award winner kicked off the UK leg in Cardiff, dazzling her audience with hits like ‘Get The Party Started,’ ‘Try,’ and ‘So What.’ She then moved on to London and is scheduled to perform in Liverpool and Glasgow this week. This leg of the tour includes performances at venues she hasn’t visited in several years, providing even more fans with the opportunity to witness her spectacular acrobatics.

During the Australian leg of her Summer Carnival Tour, which concluded in March at Townsville’s Country Bank Stadium, Pink’s 20 stadium shows set a record for the most ever performed by any artist in Australia and New Zealand on a single tour.

Pink also shattered attendance records at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium and Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium.

In Australia, the 44-year-old has become a household name, excelling in every statistical category of the music industry.

Once the Summer Carnival concludes, her total ticket sales in this region will surpass 3.1 million across six tours, making her the top-selling international artist in terms of career ticket sales in Australia and New Zealand, according to Live Nation.

This impressive career tally includes over 658,000 tickets sold during her 2009 Funhouse tour, which featured 58 arena shows, and her 2013 The Truth About Love tour, which included 46 arena shows and sold more than 600,000 tickets.

According to Billboard Boxscore, Pink was the highest-grossing act in Oceania during the 2010s, with earnings of approximately $135 million. She even has a ladies’ restroom named after her at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, where she has repeatedly broken attendance records.

On the recording front, her ninth studio album, Trustfall, debuted at No. 1 on the ARIA Chart in February 2023, marking her seventh album to reach the top spot.

Pink is one of the biggest stars globally. After dazzling the UK with her ‘Summer Carnival Tour’ in 2023 featuring an incredible setlist, she is set to do it all over again in 2024! The gifted singer and songwriter is known for her classic hits like ‘So What’, ‘Raise Your Glass’, and ‘Get The Party Started’.

Before her first Summer Carnival Tour in the UK, Pink last toured the region during her ‘Beautiful Trauma World Tour’ in 2018-2019, performing 159 dates worldwide. This tour marked her first UK visit in five years.

Hailed as one of her most sensational shows, the pop icon performed many of her beloved songs, accompanied by special guest Vance Joy, renowned for his 2014 top 10 hit, ‘Riptide’.

If you’ve ever attended a Pink concert, you’ll know she delivers an extraordinary performance, often incorporating ropes to suspend from the ceiling. She diligently maintains her physique to enhance her stage acts. Fans across Europe are eagerly anticipating a whirlwind of entertainment as the show-stopper is set to light up stadiums with her electrifying performances.

She will be joined by some fan-favourite supporting acts including KidCutUp, The Script and Gayle

Milwaukee-born DJ, KidCutUp is expected to thrill the crowd with some mixes before being joined by Gayle


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Pink has spent the month of  June gracing the grandest stages in the UK which includes Dublin’s Aviva Stadium, Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium, and the magnifying Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

She is set to end the UK leg of her Summer Carnival Tour on June 28 at Hampden Park in Glasgow.

The ‘Blow Me One Kiss’ crooner will extend her European tour to other cities including Bern, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, Leipzig, Stuttgart and Monchengladbach before drawing the curtains on her European tour with a showstopping performance at the 60,000 concert-capacity Friends Arena in Stockholm on July 25.

The 44-year-old will then return to her home country to perform at St. Louis before wrapping up a four-month stint in the United States with a show on November 23 at LoanDepot Park to mark the grand finale of what has been a magical Summer Carnival Tour.

Here’s a list of the remaining tour dates and venues

June 28 – Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park

June 29 – Glasgow, Scotland – Hampden Park

July 3 – Bern, Switzerland – Wankdorf Stadium

July 6 – Kopenhagen, Denmark – Parken Stadium

July 10 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Johan Cruijff Arena

July 14 – Brussel, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium

July 17 – Leipzig, Germany – Red Bull Arena

July 19 – Stuttgart, Germany – Mercedes Benz Arena

Jul7 21 – Mönchengladbach, Germany – Borussia-Park

July 25 – Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena

Aug 10 – St. Louis, MO – The Dome at America’s Center

Aug 14 – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre

Aug 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field

Aug 21 – Foxborough, MA – Gillette Stadium

Aug 24 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field

Aug 28 – Missoula, MT – Washington Grizzly Stadium

Aug 31 – Edmonton, AB – Commonwealth Stadium


Sep 11 – San Diego, CA – Petco Park

Sep 13 – Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium

Sep 15 – Los Angeles, CA – Dodger Stadium


Oct 1 – Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium

Oct 3 – East Rutherford, NJ – MetLife Stadium

Oct 6 – Syracuse, NY – JMA Wireless Dome

Oct 12 – Indianapolis, IN – Lucas Oil Stadium


Nov 6 – Arlington, TX – Globe Life Field

Nov 18 – Orlando, FL – Camping World Stadium

Nov 23 – Miami, FL – LoanDepot park




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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as hosting interviews for the weekly XS Noize Podcast.Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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