She launches her album “Trustfall” today: Pink will come to the Bell Center on November 1st
MISE À DAY
Pink's “Trustfall” tour will stop at the Bell Center on November 1st with Grouplove and KidCutUp as special guests.
The singer-songwriter -American singer made the announcement Friday on the sidelines of the launch of her ninth studio album, “Trustfall”, on the RCA Records label.
“It's probably the album I'm most proud of . Put on your most comfortable clothes, set aside an hour to pamper yourself, and start with track one. Two things are needed: handkerchiefs and dancing shoes,” the 43-year-old artist, whose real name is Alecia Moore, said in a statement.
This album includes the songs “Never Gonna Not Dance Again,” “Trustfall,” and the most recent single, “When I Get There.” It includes collaborations with First Aid Kit, Chris Stapleton and The Lumineers, and it draws on the talent of songwriters and producers FRED, Greg Kurstin, Billy Mann, Max Martin and Shellback.
The setting General ticket sales for the November 1 show in Montreal are scheduled for Friday, February 24, at 10 a.m. More information is available here [livenation.com].