POP icon Pink will be bringing her Summer Carnival World tour to Dublin.
The highly anticipated European tour will be kicking off in Cardiff, Wales, on June 11, 2024.
The What About Us singer is set to perform at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Thursday, June 20, 2024.
Generalgo on sale at 9am Thursday, November 30.
Tickets for Ireland are priced from €89.50 including booking fee and venue facility fee.
Fans will need to be registered with MCD Productions to bag presale tickets which go on sale on Monday 27 November at 9am.
The 44-year-old will be supported by Rag N’ Bone Man, Gayle and Kidcutup.
Pink was previously on the with her Carnival World Tour last summer playing to over one million fans.
The American singer announced her return on Instagram today saying: “We had so much fun we just GOTTA do it again!!!!!! I’m coming back so you better get the party started!!!!”
Fans were left in a frenzy and all flocked to the comment section to share their excitement.
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Dani wrote: “Wooohooooo can’t wait.”
Miriam said: “I can’t believe it.”
Pink previously brought her daughter on stage at another show in May.
The mother-daughter duo performed at the Billboard Music Awards together.
During the show, Pink performed several of her most popularas she prepared to accept the Billboard Icon Award.
She began the show by showing off her acrobatic skills alongside Willow as the two sang their song together.
The performance was the highlight of the show for many viewers.
One person wrote online at the time: “Pink and Willow, just wow! Beauty in the moonlight with these two. It’s in the blood.”
Someone else commented: “Most beautiful thing artistically on any award show. Pink and her fearless daughter Willow have allas lumps in throats tonight. I’ll never forget this one.”
One fan commented: “Screaming!”
Robyn added: “Thank you so much for coming to Dublin. It’s gonna be hard to get them tickets but I will try.”
As well as Ireland and the United Kingdom, Pink will also be heading to, , Netherlands, , and as part of the European leg.