Pink, one of the world's most controversial pop stars, is back - and she's bringing her long-anticipated World Tour to
the UK during spring of 2013. With her 2012 comeback album The Truth About Love having proved a runaway success - boasting
more than a million copies sold and a Grammy nomination to its credit - there's plenty to celebrate on the 2013 Pink tour.
Kicking off with a double-header in Manchester on 14 and 15 April, the tour includes two shows in Birmingham before finishing
up with an amazing four-night run from 24-28 April at London's O2, underlining just what a massive star this strong-minded
artist has become over the past decade.
The global jaunt comes after the artist opted to take a four-year hiatus, a break that saw her become a mum and establish
herself in the movie business. However, as the spiky pop of her new album proves, she's right back at the top of her game.
Watch her doing what she does best by purchasing Pink tickets on StubHub UK.
Born Alecia Moore in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Pink emerged as a spirited whirlwind on the music scene in the late '90s.
After several stints in unsuccessful R&B groups, she established herself as a solo artist with debut album Can't Take Me
Home in 2000. Earning a loyal fan base with powerhouse singles 'There You Go' and 'You Make Me Sick', she eventually went
double platinum with her rock-oriented sophomore album M!ssundaztood, spawning smash single 'Get The Party Started'
in 2001. Solidifying her reputation as a masterful songwriter, her fifth album, 2008's Funhouse, surpassed expectations
and crowned her one of the best pop artists of the decade.
She may have taken time off in recent years, but her 2012 return has proved that Pink is an artist for the ages. Don't
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Alongside Pink tickets, you can find tour dates and ticket listings for the UK's own Girls Aloud and Jessie J.