Pink was a woke, empowered artist before that was a commercially successful model for female artists. Arriving in an era defined by weak bubblegum pop sung by manufactured stars, Pink’s continued success has proven that meaningful lyrics and talent matter more than airbrushed magazine covers. Her voice has been described as “husky,” “raspy,” and “soulful,” but that doesn’t capture just how powerful and compelling her singing is. She is currently touring the country riding the success of her album Beautiful Trauma, and you can find tickets to see Pink perform in cities like Philadelphia, New York City, and Washington, D.C.
Born Alecia Beth Moore, Pink got off to a quick start when at 14 she began writing and playing music with her first band. After losing a battle of the bands competition, Alecia went off on her own and adopted the nickname Pink. She then went on to play with the group Choice, whose only commercially released song was featured on the soundtrack to Kazaam. After deciding to go solo, Pink released Can't Take Me Home, which went double platinum. But the song that launched her into the stratosphere was 2001’s cover of “Lady Marmalade,” performed with Christina Aguilera and Lil Kim. Since then, Pink has been selling out massive venues across the world and has even appeared as herself on an episode of Spongebob Squarepants, which is the ultimate sign of success.
Whether you’ve been a fan since “There You Go” or you just discovered Pink when you heard "What About Us," she puts on a thrilling show that is perfect for all fans. Her performances have been getting rave reviews in each city that’s she been to, so don’t wait to get your tickets to see Pink live before they’re all gone.Back to top