Pink’s Electrifying Show at Suncorp Stadium: Your Ultimate Guide

Pink at the Suncorp Stadium
Photo Credit: Pink/Instagram

Did you know that long before Pink became a singer-songwriter and attained pop music icon status as the first non-British to have won the 2019 Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music, she was at various times in her life a skateboarder, hip-hopper, and gymnast? The colourful, multi-faceted artist is currently in Brisbane to perform a series of electrifying performances before packed crowds at the Suncorp Stadium.



The superstar, aged 44, is expected to mesmerise around 40,000 fans with her two-hour shows on Friday and Saturday, 16 and 17 February 2024. She will return at the Suncorp Stadium on 19 March 2024 for the final leg of her tour in Australia.

The shows this February weekend in Milton are expected to commence at 8:30 p.m., with the opening act by Tones and I.

Pink’s last visit to Brisbane was in 2018 as part of her “Beautiful Trauma” World Tour, making this concert a long-awaited event for her loyal Australian fans. Joined by her husband Carey Hart and their two children, Willow, 12, and Jameson (7), Pink promises a spectacular show filled with her greatest hits, aerial performances, and her trademark infectious energy.

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Pink at the Suncorp Stadium
Photo Credit: Pink/Instagram

About Pink

Born Alecia Beth Moore on 8 September 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, U.S., Pink is an American singer and songwriter renowned for her rock-influenced pop songs, powerful voice, and dynamic concerts filled with gymnastics. Raised amidst her parents’ divorce, Pink harboured dreams of becoming a singer from an early age. She began performing in Philadelphia clubs as a young teenager and later sang backup for a hip-hop band. 

Eventually, she ventured into songwriting and joined the R&B band Basic Instinct before transitioning to the all-female R&B group Choice. It was during this time that she adopted the stage name P!nk, partly inspired by the character Mr. Pink from Quentin Tarantino’s film “Reservoir Dogs” (1992). 

After Choice disbanded, Pink embarked on a successful solo career, releasing her debut album “Can’t Take Me Home” in 2000, followed by albums like “M!ssundaztood” (2001) and “I’m Not Dead” (2006). Her hit singles include “Get the Party Started,” “Just Give Me a Reason,” and “What About Us.” Beyond music, Pink has appeared in films, supported various causes, and served as a UNICEF ambassador. 

She married Hart, a motocross racer, in 2006.

Setlist

Here’s the expected setlist:

  • Intro Montage
  • Get the Party Started
  • Raise Your Glass
  • Who Knew
  • Just Like a Pill
  • Try
  • What About Us
  • Heartbeat
  • Turbulence
  • Glitter in the Air
  • Make You Feel My Love
  • Our Song
  • Just Give Me a Reason
  • F**kin’ Perfect
  • Just Like Fire / Heartbreaker
  • Please Don’t Leave Me
  • Cover Me in Sunshine
  • When I Get There
  • I Am Here
  • Irrelevant
  • Are You Gonna Fall?
  • TRUSTFALL
  • Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
  • Never Gonna Not Dance Again
  • aerial stunt; extended intro & outro
  • So What


Tickets

Ticket sales opened in August 2023 but those late to the party still have a chance to grab seats. Whilst VIP packages for Brisbane’s show are already sold-out, fans can choose from general admission tickets, especially for the 19 March 2024 show, starting at $178.50, to the premium Gold Circle Standing tickets at a steeper $311.00. 

Transport and Parking

Suncorp Stadium recommends arriving early to avoid last-minute rush.

Ticket holders are encouraged to utilise free public transport on Brisbane bus and train services. Special Event shuttles will also commence at 4:30 p.m. from various city and suburban hubs. 

Attendees are advised to plan their journey using the TransLink website and be mindful of parking restrictions in the surrounding Lang Park Traffic Area. 

Secure Parking at The Barracks on Petrie Terrace offers parking spots available from $75 on Friday and Saturday nights.