P!nk Adds New Shows To Australian Tour, Tones And I As Main Support

14 August 2023 | 11:01 am | Ellie Robinson

The itinerary now spans a massive 16 shows.


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P!nk has added two more dates to the itinerary for her upcoming Australian tour, alongside the news that Tones And I will be supporting her for the entire trek.

Dubbed the 2024 Summer Carnival tour, P!nk’s first trip Down Under since 2018 will kick off on Friday February 9, when she takes to Eora/Sydney’s Allianz Stadium. As announced back in February (and expanded in March), she’ll perform three shows there, as well as three each in Meanjin/Brisbane and Naarm/Melbourne, two in Boorloo/Perth and one each in Awakabal/Newcastle, Yugambeh/Gold Coast and Kaurna/Adelaide.

Confirmed today (August 14) was a fourth and final Melbourne date – scheduled for Wednesday March 13 at Marvel Stadium – as well as as a gig at the Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Thul Garrie Waja/Townsville on Saturday March 23.

Tickets for the new Melbourne show will go on sale at 12pm this Friday (August 18), while the Townsville show will go on sale an hour later at 1pm. There will also be a 24-hour presale for Live Nation members, starting at 11am Thursday (August 17) for Melbourne and 12pm for Townsville. See here for more info on both sales, and to grab tickets for the other 14 shows already announced.

In a statement shared upon the tour’s initial unveiling, P!nk said: “I am so excited to finally get a chance to tour Australia and New Zealand in the summer!! I can’t wait to bring the Summer Carnival tour to my home away from home, and smile and sing together until our cheeks hurt. Summer 2024 can’t come soon enough!”

Also announced today was the addition of Tones And I to P!nk’s touring party; the Melbourne-native pop star will open for all 16 shows on the run, making more than enough to pay off her recent fine from the Frankston Magistrates’ Court. Last month, the artist also known as Toni Watson broke the record for the highest-streamed song by a female artist, hitting a monumental ten billion streams for her single Dance Monkey.

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P!nk’s upcoming Summer Carnival tour comes in support of her ninth album, Trustfall, which arrived back in February via RCA.


Allianz Stadium, Sydney – Friday, February 9
Allianz Stadium, Sydney – Saturday, February 10
McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle – Tuesday, February 13
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – Friday, February 16
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – Saturday, February 17
Heritage Bank Stadium, Gold Coast – Tuesday, February 20
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne – Friday, February 23
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne – Saturday, February 24
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide – Tuesday, February 27
Optus Stadium, Perth – Friday, March 1
Optus Stadium, Perth – Saturday, March 2
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne – Tuesday, March 12
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne – Wednesday, March 13
Accor Stadium, Sydney – Saturday, March 16
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – Tuesday, March 19
Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville – Saturday, March 23