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On This Day in Pink History… 4th November 2008, Pink performed at Cafe de Paris in London, UK

On This Day in Pink History… 4th November 2008, Pink performed at Cafe de Paris in London, UK

Setlist:

  1. Funhouse
  2. Who Knew
  3. One Foot Wrong
  4. Killing Me Softly
  5. Please Don’t Leave Me
  6. I Don’t Believe You
  7. Dear Mr President
  8. Crazy
  9. Sober
  10. So What

Note: Setlist from setlist.fm – order may be incorrect

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On This Day in Pink History… 3rd November 2006 Pink played at AVO Sessions in Switzerland

On This Day in Pink History… 3rd November 2006 Pink played at AVO Sessions in Switzerland

Setlist:

  1. Trouble
  2. Just Like A Pill
  3. Stupid Girls
  4. Who Knew
  5. Family Portrait
  6. 18 Wheeler
  7. Don’t Let Me Get Me
  8. I’m Not Dead
  9. There You Go
  10. Nobody Knows
  11. What’s Up
  12. Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely)
  13. The One That Got Away
  14. Dear Mr President
  15. Get The Party Started

On This Day in Pink History… 26th August 2013, Pink received awards for a record breaking 18 shows in Melbourne, Australia

On This Day in Pink History… 26th August 2013, Pink received awards for a record breaking 18 shows in Melbourne, Australia

In summer 2013, Pink took the Truth About Love Tour to Australia and played a total of 46 shows in the country. 18 of those shows were at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena. She is also the first artist to sell more than 250,000 tickets at the venue.

Pink previously set the record when she played 17 sold out shows at the Rod Laver Arena in 2009 on the Funhouse Tour.

In 2013, for the Truth About Love tour, Pink was awarded with a star at the venue’s entrance, a backstage plaque and a second Pink pole (the first one awarded on the Funhouse Tour). Door 18 at the venue was also painted pink.

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On This Day in Pink History… 14th August 2007, Pink played at the Brixton Academy in London [VIDEOS]

On This Day in Pink History… 14th August 2007, Pink played at the Brixton Academy in London 

Stupid Girls

Try Too Hard

Trouble

U + Ur Hand

My Vietnam

I’m Not Dead

Piece Of My Heart

Whats Up

Videos from YouTube by satanspuppet81 & Chris L

On This Day in Pink History… 2nd August 2009, Pink broke records in Australia

On This Day in Pink History… 2nd August 2009, Pink played at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia, and broke the record for the most shows played at the venue by one artist on one tour

In 2009, Pink was on the road with the Funhouse tour and the tour hit Australia from May to August 2009. During that time, Pink performed at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on seventeen nights with ticket sales topping $17.2 million ($21.7 Australian). The combined attendance for all shows at the Melbourne venue was 214,956.

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On This Day in Pink History… 26th March 2004

On This Day in Pink History… 26th March 2004, Pink played at the Manchester Arena on the Try This Tour. The show was recorded for Pink’s first live DVD.

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Celebrating 10 years since the Try This tour!

The Try This tour had 3 legs, the first in Europe as an arena tour, 2nd in Australia, and 3rd as a summer tour in Europe.

The arena tour was split into four acts, each representing her three albums and an acoustic act. The first act was to support her first album Can’t Take Me Home and Pink wore a massive pink mohican. For the second act she wore a long blonde wig to support her second album Missundaztood. The acoustic act saw Pink wearing a long burnt style American flag dress. For the forth act to support Try This she lost the wigs and performed in a rock chick style get up. Finally, for the encore, she walked through the arena floor wearing an outfit fitting for a cover of the Guns n Roses song Welcome to the Jungle. For the finale, she performed Get The Party Started up in the air on silks.

Arena Setlist:

  1. Can’t Take Me Home
  2. There You Go
  3. Split Personality
  4. Most Girls
  5. Lady Marmalade
  6. I Wanna Rock (Twisted Sister cover)
  7. Don’t Let Me Get Me
  8. 18 Wheeler
  9. Family Portrait
  10. Just Like A Pill
  11. Respect
  12. My Vietnam/Misery/Eventually
  13. Summertime/Me and Bobby McGee/Piece of my Heart (Janis Joplin covers)
  14. Feel Good Time
  15. God is a DJ (dance interlude)
  16. Oh My God
  17. Trouble
  18. Last To Know
  19. Try Too Hard
  20. Unwind
  21. Welcome to the Jungle [Guns n Roses cover]
  22. Get The Party Started

Summer 2004 Setlist:

  1. Don’t Let Me Get Me
  2. Trouble
  3. What’s Up
  4. Respect
  5. Save My Life
  6. Last To Know
  7. Eventually
  8. Summertime/Me and Bobby McGee/Piece of my Heart (Janis Joplin covers)
  9. There You Go
  10. Just Like a Pill
  11. Try Too Hard
  12. Unwind
  13. Family Portrait
  14. 18 Wheeler
  15. Misery
  16. Numb
  17. Get The Party Started

On 26th March 2004 Pink played at the Manchester Evening News Arena (now phones4u arena) in Manchester, England. This show was recorded for the live DVD, which was released in 2006, Pink’s first live DVD.

During the performance of Lady Marmalade, Pink imitated Christina Aguilera and sang lines from the song Beautiful. For the DVD release, this segment was branded with a CENSORED mark and the audio was modulated so the viewer could not decipher the lyrics. The DVD also features a bonus section – On The Road with Pink

The concert became the 6th highest-selling DVD for 2007 in Australia.

Band & Dancers

  • Adriana Balic [Keyboard & vocals]
  • Jason Chapman [Keyboard & vocals]
  • Mylious Johnson [Percussion]
  • Rafael Moreira [Guitar & vocals]
  • Leah Rose Randi [Bass & vocals]
  • Lindsey Blaufarb [Dancer]
  • Kemba Shannon [Dancer]
  • Addie Yungmee [Dancer]
  • Rayleen Adams [Backing vocals]