Who Are The Openers For Pink’s ‘Summer Carnival Tour?’

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Pink announced today that her ninth studio album, Trustfall , is coming out on February 17, 2023. The pop-rock star has also wasted no time in announcing the Summer Carnival Tour of North American stadiums for the summer of 2023. The “So What” singer will be bringing an eclectic wave of opening acts on tour with her that speaks to both artists she admires, as well as contemporaries. Some of the artists are along for the whole tour, while others present very special additions to select concerts.

Who Are The Openers For Pink’s ‘Summer Carnival Tour’

LA alt-rock band Grouplove will be supporting Pink on every stop of the tour. The same goes for DJ and producer KidCutUp. Well-respected Americana/alt-country singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile is along for the ride on most of the shows on the Summer Carnival Tour . But it really gets interesting when 80’s pop legend Pat Benatar and her creative partner and husband Neil Giraldo join Pink for a number of these shows as well.

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Check out the full list of Pink’s Summer Carnival Tour stops below. Tickets go on sale to the public on Monday, November 21st here .

07/24/2023 – Toronto, ON @ Rogers Centre^ 07/26/2023 – Cincinnati, OH @ Great American Ball Park^ 07/31/2023 – Boston, MA @ Fenway Park! 08/03/2023 – New York, NY @ Citi Field^ 08/05/2023 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PNC Park^ 08/07/2023 – Washington DC @ Nationals Park! 08/10/2023 – Minneapolis, MN @ Target Field! 08/12/2023 – Chicago, IL @ Wrigley Field! 08/14/2023 – Milwaukee, WI @ American Family Field! 08/16/2023 – Detroit, MI @ Comerica Park^ 08/19/2023 – Fargo, ND @ FARGODOME^ 08/21/2023 – Omaha, NE @ Charles Schwab Field^ 09/18/2023 – Philadelphia, PA @ Citizens Bank Park^ 09/22/2023 – Nashville, TN @ GEODIS Park^ 09/25/2023 – San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome^ 09/27/2023 – Houston, TX @ Minute Maid Park^ 09/29/2023 – Arlington, TX @ Globe Life Field^ 10/03/2023 – San Diego, CA @ Snapdragon Stadium^ 10/05/2023 – Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium! 10/07/2023 – Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium^ 10/09/2023 – Phoenix, AZ @ Chase Field^

^ with Brandi Carlile ! with Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo GROUPLOVE + KidCutUp are on all dates

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Grammy-winning singer Pink and her Summer Carnival tour take over Cincinnati today.

Gates to Great American Ball Park open at 4:30 p.m. The first act is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.

But who's opening for the pop icon Wednesday night? Here's a look.

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According to Uproxx , alternative rock band Grouplove and DJ/producer KidCutUp will open for Pink on every stop of her 2023 Summer Carnival tour. Grammy-winning singer-songwriter  Brandi Carlile will also accompany Pink for 15 of her 21 shows, including her Cincinnati concert.

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Rock legends Pan Benatar and Neil Giraldo will join Pink for the six other dates.

Pink is dazzling, undaunted and often upside down on her enthralling Summer Carnival tour

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WASHINGTON – The opening of a Pink concert is like the whoosh of barreling down a roller coaster track.

It’s an exhilarating and crazy ride with more than a little holding of breath.

In other words: Just. Hang. On.

At the Monday outing of her Summer Carnival stadium tour, a fantastical odyssey stuffed with neon flamingos, giant mirror balls, flying bananas and her ever-impressive Cirque du Everything routines, Pink simply enthralled.

For most of the day, it was questionable if the concert would occur because of a severe storm swarming the district, northern Virginia and Maryland. But while Pink’s set ignited on time, openers KidCutUp and Grouplove were nixed and Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo played an abbreviated set of six songs instead of 10, as they have on previous dates.

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Indeed, even post-storm, rain fell in poncho-necessary sheets a couple of times during Pink’s two-hour set at Nationals Park.

But this is a woman undaunted.

In a few weeks, Pink will turn 44. She’s said that she’s in the best shape of her career and her bungee cord flips during the appropriate opener of “Get the Party Started” (spiked with a taste of Eurythmics’ “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)”) and extra-caffeinated underdog anthem “Raise Your Glass” showcased her athletic bounce.

Pink accomplishes more vocally and visually upside down than most of her upright peers.

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Even in the conventional position of standing behind a mic stand on firm (albeit, wet) ground for “Who Knew,” the hit maker, in her multicolored sparkly one-piece and silver ankle boots, injected a wink and grin, her voice as muscular as her biceps.

This frisky escapade known as her Summer Carnival launched in June in England before hitting stateside in late July. Pink will bring her funhouse around the country through October before heading out for a month of arena dates for her Trustfall tour, named after her current album.

With a solid pack of new songs to draw from, Pink had the unenviable task of squeezing in a few fresh offerings amid her 23 years of radio smashes.

But the well-balanced set list hit all corners of her career, from “Try,” its massive chorus a perfect singalong fit for a stadium, to the dramatic dance-intensive “What About Us” to the confidence boost wrapped in a song known as “Perfect.” A highlight came with “Just Like Fire,” paired perfectly with Benatar’s “Heartbreaker” and spun into a deliciously frenzied blast of electric guitar and attitude.

Pink also managed slots for a couple of covers – a sweet, Pink-i-fied version of Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love” (though she said Adele’s rendition is what caught her attention) played on piano and a sensual read on Sade’s “No Ordinary Love.”

During a quieter segment of the show , Pink was joined by her adorable 12-year-old daughter Willow for “Cover Me in Sunshine,” a song the mother-daughter pair released in 2021, before Pink sat at the edge of the catwalk with guitarist Justin Derrico for a few more low-key offerings. Pink’s ability to underscore emotion in song was spotlighted on the beautiful – and beautifully sad – ballad dedicated to her late father, “When I Get There.”

But soon it was back to the percolating pop beats with “I Am Here,” which Pink performed barefoot while getting soaked on stage, and the brawny social issues anthem “Irrelevant,” paired with video footage of Black Lives Matter protests, Pride parades and politicians.

Of course, Pink couldn’t stay away from the adrenalized pull of something acrobatic. She joined some of her dancers for a unified routine during “Trustfall” while other members of her pack blissfully flipped on a trampoline behind her. Pink joined them at the top of the setup, watching their “trust falls” onto the coiled canvas.

There are so many elements of Pink worthy of admiration – her stamina, her realness, her husky-yet-soaring voice . But in concert, the best gift she provides is an allowance to have fun.

Opener Benatar, an obvious blueprint for the rock edge in Pink’s work, emphasized the timelessness of her catalog.

With husband Giraldo on piano and guitar, Benatar boomed through the undiminished potency of “Promises in the Dark” and the nuanced beauty of “We Belong” with equal ease.

Coolly sashaying around the stage while snapping her fingers, Benatar waited to pounce for the opening “We are strong!” lyric in “Love is a Battlefield,” anchored by Giraldo’s fiery guitar.

Throughout their 30-minute set, the pair frequently exchanged glances and smiles, their mutual respect apparent.

The closing “Heartbreaker” was, interestingly, meshed with Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire.” It wasn’t the most obvious of mash-ups – which was likely the point – but worked thanks to the combination of Giraldo’s nimble fretwork and Benatar’s soaring roar of a voice.

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Pink Announces Summer 2023 Stadium Tour with Brandi Carlile, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo and More

Alt-rock band Grouplove and DJ KidCutUp will also join Pink for the 21-date Summer Carnival 2023 tour

Pink will be flying around stadiums this summer on her biggest United States tour to date!

Fresh off the release of her new single "Never Gonna Not Dance Again," the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, 43, announced on Monday that she'll be embarking on a North American stadium tour next summer alongside opening acts Brandi Carlile , Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, Grouplove and DJ KidCutUp.

The 21-date trek, titled the Summer Carnival 2023 tour, will kick off with a July 24th concert at Rogers Centre in Toronto and hit venues in Boston, New York City, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Las Vegas before wrapping up at Chase Field in Phoenix on Oct. 9.

Tickets go on presale for Citi cardmembers from Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. local time through Nov. 20 at 11 p.m. local time. Another presale for members of the Verizon Up loyalty program will go on sale for select shows from Nov. 17 at noon local time through Nov. 20 at 11 p.m. local time. General on-sale tickets then become available Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. local time via Live Nation. More information can be found on Pink's Live Nation page .

Grouplove and DJ KidCutUp will perform as opening acts on all 21 dates, while Carlile as well as Benatar and Giraldo will each appear at select shows.

Ahead of the tour's announcement, both Pink and Carlile, 41, performed a tribute to Dolly Parton at the 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony last week. On Sunday, they teased the stadium tour on social media with a hilarious video filmed backstage at the event.

"Sorry, I'm not trying to ignore you. I just have to make a really important phone call," said Pink in the clip while seated alongside Carlile — before calling the "Right on Time" singer on the phone.

Both musicians greeted each other on the playfully tongue-in-cheek phone call before Pink expressed feeling "really afraid" to ask Carlile a question. "Oh, I'm married," replied Carlile with a laugh, referencing her wife of a decade, Catherine Shepherd.

"Yeah, I do love your wife," giggled Pink, "But will you go on tour with me?"

"F--- yeah!" exclaimed Carlile. "Are we doing this?"

"Yeah!" replied Pink, before the performers shared a high five and ended the pseudo call.

Last week, Pink released her latest single "Never Gonna Not Dance Again" alongside a music video. She'll give the track its live TV debut performance at the 2022 American Music Awards on Nov. 20, where she'll also perform a tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John.

See the complete list of Pink's North American Summer Carnival 2023 tour dates below.

July 24, 2023 – Toronto, ON – Rogers Centre

July 26, 2023 – Cincinnati, OH – Great American Ball Park

July 31, 2023 – Boston, MA – Fenway Park

Aug. 03, 2023 – New York, NY – Citi Field

Aug. 05, 2023 – Pittsburgh, PA – PNC Park

Aug. 07, 2023 – Washington DC – Nationals Park

Aug. 10, 2023 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Field

Aug. 12, 2023 – Chicago, IL – Wrigley Field

Aug. 14, 2023 – Milwaukee, WI – American Family Field

Aug. 16, 2023 – Detroit, MI – Comerica Park

Aug. 19, 2023 – Fargo, ND – FARGODOME

Aug. 21, 2023 – Omaha, NE – Charles Schwab Field

Sept. 18, 2023 – Philadelphia, PA – Citizens Bank Park

Sept. 22, 2023 – Nashville, TN – GEODIS Park

Sept. 25, 2023 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome

Sept. 27, 2023 – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park

Sept. 29, 2023 – Arlington, TX – Globe Life Field

Oct. 03, 2023 – San Diego, CA – Snapdragon Stadium

Oct. 05, 2023 – Los Angeles, CA – SoFi Stadium

Oct. 07, 2023 – Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium

Oct. 09, 2023 – Phoenix, AZ – Chase Field

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Pink's 2023 Summer Carnival tour to feature homecoming stop at Citizens Bank Park

During the doylestown native's sept. 18 show in philly, she will be joined by openers brandi carlile, grouplove and dj kid cut up.

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Doylestown native singer-songwriter Pink is hitting the road next summer for her Summer Carnival tour, featuring a Sept. 18 stop at Citizens Bank Park. Tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 21.

Doylestown native singer-songwriter Pink is hitting the road next summer for a tour that features a homecoming stop in Philadelphia.

The three-time Grammy winner's Summer Carnival  world tour takes off in June, including her first show at Citizens Bank Park on Sept. 18. Tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 21.

Fresh off the release of her latest single,  " Never Gonna Not Dance Again ," Pink took to Instagram to announce dates and locations for the North American leg of Summer Carnival.

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"You’re up North America! See you next year," Pink wrote in the post .

Throughout the tour, featured opening acts will switch between Brandi Carlile or the duo of Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo.  For the Philadelphia show, folk-rock singer-songwriter Carlile, who recently earned seven Grammy nominations , will be the special guest.

Pink asked Carlile to join her tour in a video that went viral on social media, filmed backstage  at the 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony last week where the pair performed a  tribute to Dolly Parton .

When Pink asks, “Will you come on tour with me?” Carlile responds with a “f*** yeah."

Other openers for each show include Grouplove and DJ Kid Cut Up.

On Wednesday morning, members of the Phillies Email Club received an email with a special ticket presale opportunity. 

"As a valued member of the Phillies Email Club, you have a ticket opportunity for the potential to purchase tickets to see this pop icon perform for the first time at the home of the 2022 National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies," the email read.

The Phillies presale ticket opportunity begins on Friday, November 18 at 5 p.m. and continues through 11 p.m. on Sunday, November 20, while supplies last.  There are also  presale opportunities  for Citi card members, which began Tuesday, Nov. 15, and members of the Verizon Up loyalty program, which begins Thursday, Nov. 17.  The general public sale starts on Monday, Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster . 

Taylor Swift, a fellow Pennsylvania native superstar, recently had her own Ticketmaster presale gone wrong for her upcoming Eras Tour , with endless online queues, Ticketmaster website crashes and hiked-up resale prices . Hopefully the ticket distribution company is a bit more prepared when Pink fans log on.

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The singer will hit the road in support of her ninth album beginning in October in Sacramento.

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You are going to have a lot of chances to see P!nk on the road this year. On the same day she dropped her ninth studio album, TRUSTFALL , the “Never Gonna Not Dance Again” singer announced the dates for her 2023 fall arena tour in support of the collection, which is slated to kick off with an Oct. 12 date at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif.

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Fans have already gotten a taste of TRUSTFALL through the singles “Dance” and the touching ballad dedicated to her late father, “ When I Get There .” The album also features collaborations with Chris Stapleton, The Lumineers and First Aid Kit, as well as production and songwriting from Max Martin, Shellback, Greg Kurstin, FRED and Billy Mann.

The TRUSTFALL tour will follow this summer’s previously announced Summer Carnival Stadium Tour , which will feature guests Brandi Carlile, Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Grouplove and KidCutUp.

Check out the dates for P!nk’s fall 2023 TRUSTFALL tour and the album cover below:

  • Oct. 12 – Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
  • Oct. 14 – San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center
  • Oct. 17 – Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
  • Oct. 20 – Vancouver, BC @ Rogers Arena
  • Oct. 25 – Denver, CO @ Ball Arena
  • Oct. 27 – Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center
  • Nov. 1 – Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
  • Nov. 4 – New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden
  • Nov. 7 – Indianapolis, IN @ Gainbridge Fieldhouse
  • Nov. 8 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
  • Nov. 11 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
  • Nov. 12 – Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center
  • Nov. 14 – Miami, FL @ Miami-Dade Arena
  • Nov. 18 – Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

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P!NK  extends record shattering Summer Carnival Stadium Tour into 2024 with special guest Sheryl Crow and support from The Script. Fans can expect to see P!NK perform an epic high-energy set including her biggest hits like “So What”, “TRUSTFALL”, “Just Give Me A Reason”, and more. The tour’s production will feature P!NK descending from the rafters, including jaw-dropping aerial acrobatics, pumping dance routines and vibrant costume changes at Gillette Stadium on August 21, 2024.

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Pnk announces summer carnival stadium tour coming to allegiant stadium on saturday october 7, 2023 .

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P!nk announces Summer Carnival stadium tour with special guests Brandi Carlile, Grouplove, and DJ KidCutUp stopping at Allegiant Stadium on Saturday October 7, 2023! 

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Pink‘s New Flight Path: Pop’s Bionic Woman on Her Death-Defying Stadium Tour and ‘Trustfall’ Album

In a world of hyphenates,   Pink all but dares us to come up with one to describe her place in the pop landscape, besides anything so earthbound as “singer-songwriter.” Maybe “gymnast-therapist” would do it — her appeal mixes literal feats of daring with songs of dysfunction and its hoped-for cessation. As she gets to the inevitable moment in any of her shows where she acrobatically flies over arenas in a harness while encouraging her audiences to get it together before it’s too late, it’s not always clear whether the work she’s doing should be subject to American Psychological Association or Federal Aviation Administration approval.

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She is not kidding about the hip replacement; hip surgery was just one of the things that had her on the operating table during the pandemic. She is freshly scarred but un­­daunted, as a Pink tour without aerialism is like a Pink album without multiple uses of the word “fuck.”

“Having breaks is good for my voice. Not so good for the body,” she says after putting Habanero Mountain Guy outside to sniff the sea air. “Especially during COVID — I gained 36 pounds. All I did was make sourdough and then eat the sourdough. And then I had not just the hip surgery but double disc replacement in my neck. So now I’m the bionic woman. I’ve lost those 36 pounds, and I am stronger than I’ve ever been in my life. And I’m ready to go, and I’m ready to get the  hell  out of here. I’ve been home way too long.”

There are motivations, especially when you have Tina Turner’s manager, Roger Davies, as your own. Asked if she ever queried Davies about any secrets to Turner’s success in keeping the touring regime going as long as she did, Pink says it never occurred to her — she knows what she witnessed with her own two eyes.

“I saw Tina when she was 69 in Christian Louboutins, running ar­­ound the stage, full choreography, like a crazy person. And I thought to myself:  Shit. So now I have no ex­cuse.  I look at the greats and I wanna keep up. I want to keep pushing it and be better — a better human, a better mom, a better daughter, a better sister, a better performer, a better writer. And age works against you, right? But at 43, I’m stronger than I’ve ever been in my life. I could kick my 33-year-old ass.”

As for the specifics of moonlighting as a stuntwoman, she says, “Well, it’s always interesting the day the insurance company comes to yes or no your insurance. And every time they say yes, I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me? They actually said yes?’” She shrugs. This may be the time when she’ll need to trust that the crew that keeps her aloft really does consider her World’s Best Boss.

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The real test of Pink’s nerve is that she has en­­listed two of the most powerful female vocalists on the planet, Brandi Carlile and Pat Benatar , as her direct support acts for the “Summer Carnival” stadium tour (the North American part of which begins July 24 in Toronto and ends Oct. 9 in Phoenix, following a European leg in June). Pink and Car­lile go back — they wrote a still-unrecorded song together 15 years ago. “The first time I heard her sing, I was in my car and it was when her voice cracks during ‘The Story,’ and I had to pull my car over,” Pink remembers. She met Benatar at October’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, where Pink and Carlile were saluting Dolly Parton by singing “Coat of Many Colors” while Benatar and husband Neil Giraldo were getting their own honors. Pink figured, and had it confirmed, that Benatar had to be classically trained to be singing like that at 70. “I ran up to her that night and was like, ‘Can we be best friends?’”

“I feel like I’ve found three voices in 43 years,” she declares. “My first voice was opera, because I used to sing ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Les Miz’ — things like that. Then my second voice was R&B-ish, but I sounded like Alvin from Alvin and the Chipmunks. But I was also smoking, and I was steadily getting raspier and raspier, which is why Janis was an easy sell for me. I loved it, but then it started going too far. Billy Mann, my friend and songwriting partner, sat me down and said, ‘I think you’re at the point now where you have to ask yourself, “Am I a singer or a smoker?”’ Hmm. ‘Shoot. I think you’re right.’ So I quit.” This happened around 2010, when she was pregnant with her first child, Willow, now 12. “And then I found this grown-up voice that I have and got two octaves back. My voice has never been stronger. But I don’t have that rasp anymore, and I miss that — I wish I could have kept a little bit of it. But,” she adds with a shrug and a sip, “I chose life instead.”

Making the conscious choice to go on is a big theme of “Trustfall.” Not entirely ironically, it starts with a ballad about death and the afterlife, “When I Get There,” prompted somewhat by her father’s death in August 2021, as well as mortal thoughts that arose when both she and her son contracted bad cases of COVID. Starting the album off with a non-banger was as conscious a choice as everything Pink does.

“I feel like we’re all in this constant state of  overwhelm , and so we put our feelings away just so that we can get through a day. I wanted to find a way back to the truth and the authentic feelings. So opening the album with that, instead of like, ‘Hey, let’s ease into each other,’ it’s like, ‘No, no. Sit down. I want to talk to you. We’re gonna clear all the bullshit away and have a  conversation .’ That’s how I am as a person. If you ask me how I am, how much time do you have? So ‘When I Get There’ as an album-opener was my way of saying, ‘Let’s talk about real stuff.’””

It’s easy to get the sense that for many fans, it’s “ me and Pink against the world”  — whether that has to do with her support of the LGBTQ community or advocacy for older women or disaffected-youth friendliness. “A lot of my friends have teenagers — I do not yet, thank God — and they all have just debilitating anxiety.” She describes playing the new song “Turbulence,” which describes life in terms of an extended panic attack, for her daughter’s friends, “and, like, five of them were just sobbing.” The findings showing that more young people than ever describe themselves as dealing with crippling depression or anxiety disturbs her — “I don’t know where we’re going with this” — even if it’s not surprising to a woman who’s included the word “trauma” in album titles and written existentially brooding anthems like “What About Us.”

She leans forward to deliver all of us existentially challenged grown-ups a pep talk, like she did with her daughter’s friends that day she played them “Turbulence.” “Just let it go, man,” Pink advises. “Just be a dolphin and let that go right off your back. We have to have joy too. We have to laugh. We have to love. We have to cuddle. We have to suck the marrow out of the bones of life, because we’re still here. The wildfires haven’t come yet.” Spoken like a true Santa Barbara-area resident, invoking the joy of sea mammals and the prospect of everything going up in flames all in the same breath.

Pink may be known for her feats of derring-do, but there’s no fearlessness like withstanding the slings and arrows of being a reasonably outspoken public figure. Twenty-three years into a career, does she have the satisfaction of thinking that, by now, people get her?

“I definitely don’t think a large far-right contingent gets me at all. and they don’t want to and they’re never going to, because I represent so many things that they hate. And I think people that only listen to the singles don’t get me, because there’s so much else. When I meet people, they’re like, ‘God, you’re not scary.’ And I’m like, ‘Well, don’t tell anyone. That’s my cover, man.’ But I’ve kind of stopped caring a little bit. I’m sad about people thinking that being an opinionated woman is a bad thing. I’m sad. That deeply saddens me. But I’ve stopped trying to explain it.” It’s not something she’s only ever experienced from afar. “I think it sticks with me because my husband told me, when we met, ‘he was like, “’I thought you were just like this angry man-eater.’ And I was like, ‘I am . But, I’m also this.'” Carey Hart got over it; not everyone did. “The things people say to me online, it’s insane,” she says.

The most personal song on the new record may be the harrowing ballad “Lost Cause,” sung from the point of view of a woman who just wants to be told she isn’t a piece of shit. Written by Stephen Wrabel, Sam de Jong and Sam Romans, it resonated with Pink because of a conversation she had with Hart. “He came to me a long time ago — at a good moment, when we  weren’t  arguing — and said, ‘Hey, when we argue and you say really mean things, it hurts me and I really need you to stop.’ I was blown away, like, ‘Whoa, what a beautiful thing to do, Carey, to bring that up at a time where everything’s going well.’ Time moves on and you both get mean after a while, and the world is mean,” she avows, attesting that charity needs to begin at home. 

“And,” she adds, further explicating the theme of “Lost Cause,” “I’m like, ‘You can call me a loser, but just don’t tell me I’m unredeemable.’ Everybody  is redeemable. Unless they’re gone — unless they’re in the dirt. I don’t believe old dogs can’t learn new tricks.”

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Lil Uzi Vert Details Dates for ‘The Pink Tape’ Tour

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Lil Uzi Vert is taking their metalcore era on the road. On Friday, the rap star announced that they’ll be heading on their The Pink Tape Tour across the United States later this year.

The tour will start in Minneapolis on Oct. 21, before making its way to cities such as Boston, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, and New York City. Uzi will conclude the run in their native Philadelphia on Nov. 22.

Tickets for the tour are set to go on sale Friday at 2 p.m. local time. The new run of dates marks Uzi’s first tour since 2018’s Endless Summer Tour when they hit the road alongside G-Eazy.

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Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday 2 World Tour: All the details

The tour announcement followed the release of her "Pink Friday 2" album.

Nicki Minaj is welcoming the Barbz to arenas around the world with her highly anticipated Pink Friday 2 Tour.

For her biggest tour to date, the singer will travel to major cities in support of her long-awaited fifth album, "Pink Friday 2." The "Pink Friday" sequel – with features from Future, Lil Uzi Vert, Drake and more – dropped on Friday, Dec. 8, her 41st birthday.

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The Pink Friday 2 trek kicks off in Oakland, CA on March 1, then makes stops in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Nicki's hometown of New York, plus Baltimore and Detroit, among other cities, before its currently scheduled final show in Berlin in June.

More show dates are expected to be announced soon.

Minaj teased the road show on social media in November.

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Tickets for the Pink Friday 2 Tour will be available starting with a Citi presale on December 12. General sale tickets will go live on December 15.

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Somebody Hold Me: Nicki Minaj Just Revealed The Opening Acts For The U.S. Leg Of The Pinkprint Tour

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You know that part of Nicki Minaj's "Feeling Myself" where Beyoncé sings "I stop the world/ World stop" and the beat cuts out? That's kinda what ~my body~ felt like when I found out who was opening for The Pinkprint Tour's U.S. leg.

On Monday (Mar. 16), the "Truffle Butter" rapper tweeted that Tinashe , Dej Loaf , Rae Sremmurd , and rumored boyfriend Meek Mill would join her on the road once The Pinkprint Tour swings stateside. (It kicked off in Stockholm, Sweden tonight.) She also confirmed that the U.S. tour dates would be announced on Friday (Mar. 20), the same day tickets go on sale.

Nicki has collaborated with both Meek and Rae Sremmurd in the past, so hopefully this means that they'll bless concert-goers with live performances of "Buy A Heart," "No Flex Zone," and "Throw Sum Mo."

Although Nicki hasn't teamed up with either Tinashe or Dej, is it too much to hope that they'll surprise us with some kind of "Ladies Night" 2k15-level supergroup collaboration? After tonight's Pinkprint Tour reveal, I feel like anything's possible.

UPDATE! Nicki has shared the "first list" of Pinkprint Tour dates on Instagram, hinting that there will be more to follow.

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