AceShowbiz - Pink has been busy continuing her comeback campaign in the past few days. Just a day after announcing a short documentary, the 38-year-old singer announced Thursday morning, October 5 that she's going on tour in 2018. It's her first tour since "The Truth About Love" tour wrapped in 2014.
The tour announcement came just days ahead of the release of her upcoming album "Beautiful Trauma" on October 13. According to a press release, a 40-date American tour titled the "Beautiful Trauma World Tour" will kick off in Phoenix on March 1. She will be visiting cities in the United States and Canada, before finishing up in Los Angeles on June 2.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, October 10 at 10 A.M. local time for American Express card members and Friday, October 13 for the general public.
Pink will be joined by Bleachers on some shows in March and April. Taking to Twitter, Bleachers wrote, "excited to do some shows with @Pink this spring, dates at bleachersmusic.com." Bleachers' frontman Jack Antonoff collaborated with the Grammy-winning songstress on the title track.
In addition to announcing her new tour, Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, dropped a new single off her seventh studio album. Titled "Whatever You Want", it's the third track to be teased from the new album, with "What About Us" released back in August and the title track dropping last week.
On Wednesday, the "Just Give Me a Reason" hitmaker announced a new short documentary about the making of the album and her family life. Made in partnership with Apple Music, "On the Record: P!nk - Beautiful Trauma" will be available on the music and video streaming service October 13, the same day the album itself hits the shelves. Watch the trailer below.