Pink's 'Beautiful Trauma' Tour Rakes in More Than $100 Million in Three Months
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The singer, who just completed the U.S. and Canadian leg of her tour, is expected to earn more than $275 million in ticket sales by the time the tour wraps in May next year.

AceShowbiz - Pink's "Beautiful Trauma" tour has raked in a huge $100 million (£75 million) in ticket sales in just three months.

The 38-year-old has just completed the U.S. and Canadian leg of her tour, and drew more than 712,000 fans to 46 sold-out shows since March, according to Billboard.

It's estimated that the tour will rack up more than $275 million (£207 million) in ticket sales by the time it wraps in May next year, surpassing the $183 million earned on her "The Truth About Love" Tour in 2013 and 2014.

Kicking off in Phoenix, Arizona, on March 1 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, Pink wrapped up the U.S. leg of the tour with two concerts in Los Angeles - the Staples Center on 31 May, and The Forum in Inglewood on June 1.

The mother-of-two is currently taking a well-earned break before she jets off to Australia and New Zealand to begin her round of "Beautiful Trauma" shows there on July 3 in Perth.

She's been sharing sweet family shots on Instagram, including one of her 18-month-old son Jameson playing the drums. "It's in his blood," she jokingly captioned the photo, referencing her own musical talents.

It’s in his blood

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Pink also posted snaps from their family holiday, showing Jameson dipping his toes into the water while on a boat. "Nature. Nurture. Kiddos. Gratitude," she wrote alongside the photos, including one of daughter Willow, seven, beaming at the camera.

Nature. Nurture. Kiddos. Gratitude

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Pink wraps up her world tour on 11 September in Auckland, before resuming once again in the U.S and Canada in March next year, with shows in Florida, Dallas and Las Vegas, finishing with two nights at Madison Square Garden in New York in May.

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