P!nk will give Detroit a reason to get the party started with back-to-back performances at LCA

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KURT ISWARIENKO
  • Kurt Iswarienko

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, P!nk? The badass acrobatic diva better known as P!nk was forced to reschedule last year’s Detroit performance due to illness, proving that not even one of the world’s best-selling artists is immune to such mundane inconveniences.

To make up for it, she’ll get the party started in Detroit with her imaginative aerial performance and inclusive message for two nights — just a few weeks after releasing new music in the form of the Grey’s Anatomy intro-sounding “Walk Me Home.” While P!nk stans await the forthcoming Hurts 2B Human, y’all can catch her flipping and dangling from wires as she delivers an 18-year career’s worth of cathartic pop gold.




P!nk will perform at 7:30 on Friday, April 26, and 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at Little Caesars Arena; 2645 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-471-7000; 313presents.com. Tickets start at $88 and tickets for last year’s performance will be honored on Friday, April 26, only.

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