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Let's get this party started! P!nk's Australian tour will kick off in Perth

P!nk has announced her world tour will be coming to Australia next year and the first stop on the schedule is Perth.

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The singer will perform two shows at the Perth Arena on July 3 and 4, but if her previous tours are anything to go by, expect more dates to be announced once these sell out.

The promoter has warned however that P!nk only has a limited amount of time to visit Australia and fans should not hold back from getting a ticket to the shows.

Following last week’s announcement of a 40-date trek across North America in support of her seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, P!nk is heading down under for multiple arena shows. After a tour around Australia she’ll be heading over to New Zealand for her first shows since 2007.

As with her previous tours of Australia, P!nk will be in the country for several months. Her 2009 tour holds the record for the most successful tour by an overseas artist.

The Funhouse tour spent three months and included a record 58 dates. The entertainer returned to Australia in 2013 with her Truth About Love Tour and played 46 dates around the country.

P!nk’s seventh studio album Beautiful Trauma comes out on 13 October, the first single What About Us? has already topped the Australian charts.

For all the details head to Live Nation Australia.

OIP Staff, Image: Ryan Alysworth 

Tour Details

PERTH ARENA
TUESDAY JULY 3 // WEDNESDAY JULY 4
Telstra pre-sale: 12pm Oct 16 until 12pm Oct 18
General Public on-sale: 12pm Friday Oct 20

ADELAIDE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
TUESDAY JULY 10 // WEDNESDAY JULY 11
Telstra pre-sale: 1.30pm Oct 16 until 1.30pm Oct 18
General Public on-sale: 1.30pm Friday Oct 20

ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE
MONDAY JULY 16 // TUESDAY JULY 17
THURSDAY JULY 19 // FRIDAY JULY 20
Telstra pre-sale: 1pm Oct 16 until 1pm Oct 18
General Public on-sale: 1pm Friday Oct 20

QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY
FRIDAY AUGUST 3 // SATURDAY AUGUST 4
MONDAY AUGUST 6 // TUESDAY AUGUST 7
Telstra pre-sale: 11am Oct 16 until 11am Oct 18
General Public on-sale: 11am Friday Oct 20

BRISBANE ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE
TUESDAY AUGUST 14 // WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15
Telstra pre-sale: 11am Oct 16 until 11am Oct 18
General Public on-sale: 11am Friday Oct 20

FORSYTH BARR STADIUM, DUNEDIN
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1

SPARK ARENA, AUCKLAND
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 // WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5
American Express Card Member pre-sale: 12pm Oct 16 until 12pm Oct 18
My Live Nation pre-sale: 1pm Oct 18 until 5pm Oct 19
General Public on-sale: 12pm Friday Oct 20

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