Every time this artist comes to Minnesota, the demand for tickets is incredible, and this time is no different after a second show was added due to "unprecedented demand."

The last time this artist made a stop in the Twin Cites, records were broken and crowds were blown away by the pure fun and energy of the show, this time around the show will be at a different venue and be multiple nights.

The Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul announced that P!nk has added six more shows to her 'P!NK LIVE 2024' tour and one of those shows is a second night in St. Paul, the first date, October 18th, has already sold out, so a second night has been added, and chances are this show will also sell out quickly.

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The second P!nk show, with The Script and KidCutUp as supporting acts, will happen before the previously announced concert and will happen the night before, October 17th, presale for that show is happening now with ticket sales opening up to the public tomorrow, March 1st, at 10 AM through Ticketmaster.

In her previous trip to Minnesota, P!NK played the largest show ever at Target Field in terms of attendance, and was the first to woman to headline a concert at the venue.

P!NK is known for her high-energy, high-flying shows, using acrobatics, dancing and special effects to entertain audiences all over the world. In 2023 P!NK did shows across Europe, the UK, North America, Australia, and New Zealand grossing over $350 million.

P!NK will have two active tours in 2024, her Summer Carnival tour will continue to hit stadiums across America with her 'P!NK LIVE 2024' tour stopping at smaller arenas in between the larger stadium shows.

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