Good news for Pink fans!
After postponing four Sydney shows, Live Nation has just released a statement with all the rescheduled dates for the singer’s Beautiful Trauma Tour.
It was announced that the Grammy Award winning singer will return to Sydney in September after completing her New Zealand tour to allow current ticket holders the opportunity to attend rescheduled performances. A Brisbane show will also be rescheduled to allow for the rescheduled Sydney dates.
The following new dates have been announced for the singer’s four postponed Sydney shows:
* If you are holding tickets for the Friday August 3 performance your rescheduled date is Friday August 24
* If you are holding tickets for the Monday August 6 performance your rescheduled date is Monday September 17
* If you are holding tickets for the Tuesday August 7 performance your rescheduled date is Tuesday September 18
* If you are holding tickets for the Thursday August 9 performance your rescheduled date is Wednesday September 19
In order to facilitate the rescheduling of the four postponed Sydney performances, her Brisbane show scheduled for Thursday, August 23 has now been moved to Wednesday, August 22.
Patrons simply need to present their tickets on the new date for entry, regardless of the date stated on the ticket itself.
Live Nation has also reassured that those who are unable to attend the rescheduled Sydney or Brisbane shows may exchange their tickets for an earlier date in that city, depending on availability. However, those holding tickets for the postponed dates who are unable to attend on any other date may obtain a refund by submitting a request via Ticketek.
All other performances on the Australian leg of P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma World Tour from August 11th are planned to go ahead as scheduled, with the exception of the changed date for the August 23 Brisbane performance.
“P!nk and Live Nation apologise for any inconvenience to ticket holders due to the change of tour dates but hope that patrons understand that this has been caused by a serious illness.” Live Nation said in a statement. “An immense amount of effort has been required to provide the opportunity for all current ticket holders to be accommodated on rescheduled dates.”