Pink has lined up an extensive fall European arena tour, beginning Sept. 27 in Zurich and running through Dec. 12 in Hamburg, Germany. A DVD chronicling a 2004 appearance in Manchester, England, is al
Pink has lined up an extensive fall European arena tour, beginning Sept. 27 in Zurich and running through Dec. 12 in Hamburg, Germany. The artist will be out in support of her new LaFace/Zomba album "I'm Not Dead," which debuted earlier this month at No. 6 on The Billboard 200.
Beforehand, Pink will drop by the Austrian ski resort Ischgl for a "top of the mountain" show this Sunday (April 30). She is also putting finishing touches on a video for new single "Who Knew," which was recently shot by the directing team Dragon.
Pink's penchant for Europe will be chronicled on the appropriately named DVD "Live in Europe." Due May 23, the film chronicles a 2004 concert at Manchester, England's Evening News Arena in support of her album "Try This."
In addition to such hits as "Get the Party Started" and "Don't Let Me Get Me," the track list includes a rendition of LaBelle's "Lady Marmalade," which Pink covered in 2001 with Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim and Mya, as well as Guns N' Roses' "Welcome to the Jungle" and a medley of Janis Joplin's "Summertime," "Me and Bobby McGee" and "Piece of My Heart."
"Live in Europe" is rounded out by a 19-minute documentary about Pink's life on the road.
Here are Pink's European tour dates:
Sept. 27: Zurich (Hallenstadion Zurich)
Oct. 1: Antwerp (Sportpaleis Antwerpen)
Oct. 3: Birmingham, England (National Indoor Arena)
Oct. 4: London (Wembley Arena)
Oct. 7: Munich (Olympiahalle)
Oct. 10: Berlin (Max Schmelling Halle)
Oct. 11: Hannover, Germany (TUI Arena)
Oct. 12: Nuremberg, Germany (Arena)
Oct. 14: Rotterdam, Holland (Ahoy)
Oct. 18: Frankfurt, Germany (Festhalle)
Oct. 19: Cologne, Germany (Cologne Arena)
Oct. 20: Oberhausen, Germany (Konig-Pilsener Arena)
Oct. 22: Leipzig, Germany (Leipzig Arena)
Oct. 23: Mannheim, Germany (SAP Arena)
Oct. 28: Stockholm (Globe Arena)
Oct. 30: Helsinki (Jaahallissa)
Nov. 5: Manchester, England (Evening News Arena)
Nov. 7: Cardiff, Wales (Arena)
Nov. 10: Newcastle, England (Metro Radio Arena)
Nov. 11: Nottingham, England (Arena)
Nov. 14: Dublin (The Point)
Nov. 17: Belfast (Odyssey Arena)
Nov. 20: Aberdeen, Scotland (Exhibition Centre)
Nov. 21: Glasgow (SECC)
Nov. 23: Lille, France (Zenith)
Nov. 24: Lyon, France (Halle Tony Garnier)
Nov. 25: Marseille, France (Le Dome)
Nov. 28: Toulouse, France (Zenith)
Nov. 30: Amneville, France (Galaxie)
Dec. 2: Sheffield, England (Hallam FM Arena)
Dec. 6: Amsterdam (Heineken Music Hall)
Dec. 8: Stuttgart, Germany (Schleyerhalle)
Dec. 10: Vienna (Stadthalle)
Dec. 12: Hamburg (Color Line Arena)