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Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour
Funhouse summer carnival tour2.jpg
Promotional poster for Pink's 2010 tour
Tour by Pink
Supporting album Funhouse
Start date May 29, 2010
End date July 23, 2010 (to date)
Legs 1
Shows 30 in Europe (so far)
Pink tour chronology
Funhouse Tour
(2009)
Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour
(2010)

The Funhouse Summer Carnival Tour is the fifth concert tour by American singer-songwriter Pink. The tour supports her fifth studio album, Funhouse.[1][2]

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Background

The tour was announced by tour promoter, Eventim, on October 14, 2009, followed by an announcement on Pink's official website in November.[3] After selling over two million tickets on her successful Funhouse Tour, it was announced the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter will embark on her first ever stadium tour, in Europe. During an interview with online radio station, IN:DEMAND, Pink stated there will be a new setlist and less acrobatics, confirming that the tour isn't just a continuation of her previous tour.[4] The tour was set to begin on May 27, 2010 at the Expo-Gelände in Hanover, Germany, however, the show was canceled for logistical reasons.[5] In December, it has also been confirmed Pink will headline music festivals throughout Europe during the tour.

Support Acts

Tour dates

References

  1. ^ "Pink announces UK tour". ITN. Independent Television News Limited. 2008-10-14. http://itn.co.uk/news/e6e7f34f282a158f035c6b24efd947a2.html. 
  2. ^ "PINK FUNHOUSE TOUR". Showbiz. Showbiz International Pty Limited. http://showbiz.com.au/PerformanceDetail.aspx?pid=iGuxJLAB30E%3D. Retrieved 2008-10-31. 
  3. ^ a b "Kommt der Wirbelwind wieder nach Deutschland! [The whirlwind is coming back to Germany!]" (in German). Eventim. http://www.eventim.de/cgi-bin/pnk-tickets.html?affiliate=EVE&doc=feature/ticketAlarm/topseller/oneArtist&whichArtist=503. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  4. ^ "PINK is IN:DEMAND". IN:DEMAND. Bauer Radio. http://www.indemand.fm/Article.asp?id=1581041. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  5. ^ Lippert, Oliver (2009-12-08). "P!NK Konzert am 27.05.2010 in Hannover leider abgesagt [P! NK concert on 27.05.2010 in Hanover, unfortunately canceled]" (in German). Monsters and Critics. http://www.monstersandcritics.de/artikel/200950/article_165117.php/P-NK-Konzert-am-27-05-2010-in-Hannover-leider-abgesagt. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  6. ^ "Pink Tour Dates". Pollstar. http://pollstar.com/resultsArtist.aspx?ID=25169&SortBy=Date&SearchBy=pink. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  7. ^ "Events: December 12 2009 - June 12 2010". Pink's Official Website. Sony Music Entertainment. http://www.pinkspage.com/uk/events?previous_text=Earlier%20Events&start_text=November%2028%202009&end_text=December%2010%202009&is_event_page=yes&page=28&previous_text=Earlier%20Events&start_text=December%2012%202009&end_text=June%2012%202010&is_event_page=yes. 
  8. ^ "Kaatjes Voor Pinkpop al erg Gewild [Tickets for PinkPop already popular]" (in Dutch). RTL Nieuws. RTL Nederland. http://www.rtl.nl/%28/actueel/rtlnieuws/entertainment/%29/components/actueel/rtlnieuws/2009/12_december/14/entertainment/kaartjes-voor-pinkpop-al-erg-gewild.xml. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  9. ^ Marriott, Alan (2009-11-30). "Jay-Z and The Strokes to headline festival". Isle of Wight County Press. http://www.iwcp.co.uk/news/news/jayz-and-the-strokes-to-headline-festival-30015.aspx. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  10. ^ "Pink and The Ting Tings to play 2010 Wireless Fesitval". New Musical Express (NME). IPC Media. 2009-12-08. http://www.nme.com/news/pink/48770. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 
  11. ^ "Pink added to Rock Werchter 2010 lineup". Virtual Festivals Europe. 2009-12-09. http://eu.virtualfestivals.com/latest/news/7092/-/Pink-added-to-Rock-Werchter-2010-lineup. Retrieved 2009-12-15. 

External links

Date City Country Venue
Europe [6][7][3]
May 29, 2010 Cologne Germany RheinEnergieStadion
May 30, 2010 Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland Landgaaf [A]
June 2, 2010 Heilbronn Germany Frankenstadion
June 3, 2010 Stadtallendorf Hessentag
June 5, 2010 Innsbruck Austria Olympiaworld Innsbruck
June 6, 2010 Munich Germany Olympia Reitstadion Riem
June 8, 2010 Berlin Waldbühne
June 11, 2010 Sunderland England Stadium of Light
June 12, 2010 Bolton Reebok Stadium
June 13, 2010 Newport Seaclose Park [B]
June 16, 2010 Belfast Northern Ireland King's Hall Exhibition and Conference Centre
June 19, 2010 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
June 20, 2010 Limerick Thomond Park
June 23, 2010 Swansea Wales Liberty Stadium
June 24, 2010 Coventry England Ricoh Arena
June 26, 2010 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
June 27, 2010 Alton England Alton Towers
June 29, 2010 Ipswich Portman Road
July 2, 2010 London Hyde Park [C]
July 3, 2010 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter [D]
July 4, 2010 Arras France Main Square Festival
July 6, 2010 Nîmes Arena of Nimes
July 8, 2010 Linz Austria Linzer Stadion
July 10, 2010 Bern Switzerland Stade de Suisse
July 12, 2010 Locarno Moon and Stars
July 13, 2010 Nice France Stade Charles-Ehrmann
July 18, 2010 St. Petersburg Russia Tuborg GreenFest
July 21, 2010 Helsinki Finland Kaisaniemi Park
July 23, 2010 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi
July 24, 2010 Copenhagen Denmark Parken
July 26, 2010 Warsaw Poland Torwar Hall
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