Pink 'The Truth About Love Tour' Tickets on Sale Now at TicketsTeam.com

Artist Pink extended her tour dates for the Truth About Love tour after an overwhelming demand, adding 34 shows in March 2013 for cities including Cleveland, Los Angeles and Denver.

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Pink tour tickets appear to be highly sought after, as the Vancouver stop sold out within 10 minutes. Tickets are now available for purchase through TicketsTeam.com.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 04, 2013

The Truth About Love tour began in February 2013, and features tour stops in Europe, North America and Australia. Pink tour tickets appear to be highly sought after, as the Vancouver stop sold out within 10 minutes. Tickets are now available for purchase through TicketsTeam.com.

The new leg of Pink's tour begins in Dublin, Ireland, continuing through Europe, until it reaches Australia, where she'll perform for nearly three months. This exhaustive tour stretches into 2014, and is critically acclaimed, with Hollywood Reporter calling the show “a showstopping spectacular,” while Culture Map Houston called it “the 2013 show of the year.” The show features Pink performing while suspended and doing acrobatics, plus multiple costume changes and singing her hit songs from all six albums.

Pink first hit the airwaves in 2000 with her double-certified platinum album Can't Take Me Home. That same year she was nominated for an American Music Award. She didn't win, however, she won a Billboard Artist Award for Best Pop New Artist. The song “Most Girls” off Can't Take Me Home cemented her unique take on female empowerment with the message the woman in the song could pay her own bills. Her subsequent album shifted her pop image but still contained the same strong messages. Missundaztood featured guest vocals from notable artists such as Aerosmith's Steven Tyler on its song “Misery.” The album wasn't well-received by her producer, L.A. Reid, as he felt her first album had cemented her R&B brand. Missundaztood still earned two top 10 spots with the songs “Just Like a Pill,” and “Don't Me Let Ge Me,” the latter of which finds Pink singing about changing her image for pop stardom. Her third album, Try This, was the last by Pink with Reid's Arista Records. After a year break, Pink returned with a new album, I'm Not Dead, followed by Funhouse, and The Truth About Love, with Greatest Hits...So Far! Released in between her studio albums.

Fans attending The Truth About Love Tour can expect to see a show on par with the Cirque du Soleil. They are cautioned to buy Pink tour tickets soon, as they are flying from venues fast. Some fans have waited since 5 AM news outlets report, and the trend does not appeal to be slowing. The tour features opening act Walk the Moon joining the singer in Europe, and band The Hives on the North American part of the tour. Indie rock City and Colour will also be participating in several stops during the tour. Regardless of the venue, The Truth About Love Pink tour tickets should lead to quite a few packed venues.

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