Pink Summer Carnival Tour 2023 setlist in full: Songs P!nk performs at stadium shows across UK, stage time in Berlin, Germany who are support acts The Script and Gayle, tickets and more
Pink is already having a stellar 2023 after scoring her fourth UK Number 1 album in February with TRUSTFALL. The bop-packed album increased her tally of Top 40 singles to 38 after Never Not Gonna Dance Again and the Fred again..-produced TRUSTFALL peaked at Number 19 and Number 14 respectively.
Now the pop superstar, born Alecia Moore, is taking her eighth show on the road; The Summer Carnival Tour. As befits her reputation as one of the great performers of her generation, she is playing stadiums and huge outdoor spaces across the UK and Europe.
One thing we know for certain is that Pink really knows how to put on a show. Another is that she'll definitely show off her jaw-dropping trapeze skills at some point. And a third is that she won't shy away from playing the hits - from Get the Party Started to Raise Your Glass.
So, if you're off to see Pink at her next date at University of Bolton Stadium and want to know which songs you can expect to hear, keep reading.
Pink setlist 2023 in full: Songs for The Summer Carnival Tour at Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany on June 28th 2023
Get the Party Started
Raise Your Glass
Just Like a Pill
What About Us
Make You Feel My Love
Just Give Me a Reason
Just Like Fire
Please Don't Leave Me
Cover Me in Sunshine
Kids in Love
When I Get There
I Am Here
No Ordinary Love
Are You Gonna Fall?
Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
Never Not Gonna Dance Again
What are Pink's Summer Carnival Tour UK and European dates 2023?
Wednesday 7th June - University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton, UK
Thursday 8th June - University of Bolton Stadium, Bolton, UK
Saturday 10th June - Stadium of Light, Sunderland, UK
Sunday 11th June – Stadium of Light, Sunderland, UK
Tuesday 13th June - Villa Park, Birmingham, UK
Friday 16th June – Megaland Park, Landgraaf, Netherlands
Saturday 17th June Festivalpark Werchter, Werchter, Belgium
Tuesday 20th June – La Défense Arena, Nantes, France
Wednesday 21st June – La Défense Arena, Nantes, France
Saturday 24th June – BST Hyde Park, London, UK
Sunday 25th June – BST Hyde Park, London, UK
Wednesday 28th June – Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany
Saturday 1st July – Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria
Sunday 2nd July – Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna, Austria
Wednesday 5th July - Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany
Thursday 6th July - Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany
Saturday 8th July – RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, Germany
Sunday 9th July – RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne, Germany
Wednesday 12th July – HDI-Arena, Hanover, Germany
Thursday 13th July – HDI-Arena, Hanover, Germany
Sunday 16th July – PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland
Who are Pink's UK and European support act The Script?
The Script are a Dublin-founded pop/rock band centring around Danny O'Donoghue, Mark Sheehan and Glen Power. The band broke through with their self-titled Number 1 album in 2008 - O'Donoghue went on to find further fame as a judge on BBC1's The Voice in 2012 and 2013. In 2019 The Script were announced by the Official Charts Company and the Irish Record Music Association (IRMA) as the Official Irish Charts' Artist Of The Decade - the band racked up more chart-topping singles and albums than any other homegrown Irish act between 2010 and 2019. Sheehan passed away in April 2023 following a brief illness.
Who is Pink's UK and European support act Gayle?
Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Gayle signed with Atlantic Records in 2021 after being discovered by songwriter Kara DioGuardi. Her major label debut single, abcdefu, became her first UK Number 1 hit in December 2021. She has since released three EPs: A Study of the Human Experience Volume One, A Study of the Human and A Study of the Human Experience Volume Two and a Half.
What time is Pink on stage at The Summer Carnival Tour at Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany on June 28th 2023?
Pink is due on stage at 8.55pm, though we'd recommend getting there earlier to catch her awesome support acts The Script and Gayle. Doors to the stadium open at 4.30pm, so why not arrive early and settle in?
What time does Pink's show finish at Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany?
The Summer Carnival Tour performance is expected to end at around 10.30pm.
Where is Pink on tour next?
Summer Carnival's next stop is at Olympiastadion, Berlin, Germany on June 28th 2023.
Are tickets available to buy for Pink's The Summer Carnival Tour?
Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster (Please note, Official Charts may earn a small commission on ticket purchases through this link).
How to buy Pink's Summer Carnival Tour merch at BST Hyde Park, London on June 24th and 25th 2023:
Fans can purchase Pink's Summer Carnival merch from the designated stands at the stadium.
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