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P!NK headed to Detroit in March


P!NK being the true badass that she is. - COURTESY PHOTO.
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  • P!NK being the true badass that she is.

Doesn't matter if she's just singing by herself with an acoustic guitar or she's doing trapeze acts 30 feet above your head, P!NK puts on one hell of a show and we're super excited that she's going on tour and stopping in Detroit.

P!NK will stop at Little Caesars Arena on Sunday, March 25 with special opening guests Bleachers (the band is fronted by Fun. member Jack Antonoff). Tickets go on sale Friday, October 13 at 10 a.m.

The announcement of P!NK's "Beautiful Trauma World Tour" comes after the news that she will release her seventh studio album on October 13 called Beautiful Trauma. You can listen to lead single "What About Us" below.

And just to give you a taste of what is to come from P!NK's live show, watch her perform "Glitter In The Air" where she pretty much gets baptized and then does some crazy-ass acrobatics that will leave your jaw on the ground. Enjoy.

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