Part musical performance, part Cirque du Soleil, Pink brought a physically demanding and visually stunning show to the Pepsi Center in Denver on Sunday.
In the world of ubiquitous pop music, how can you tell Justin Timberlake and Pink apart musically? Both play Denver’s Pepsi Center this week.
Pink has once again postponed her Denver show at Pepsi Center to “recover from inflamed vocal chords and laryngitis.”
Pink has postponed her Oct. 18 Pepsi Center show in Denver for doctor-ordered vocal rest, according to a Live Nation news release.
Cher’s first album in 12 years will include collaborations with Pink, Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears and Denver’s Matt Morris who wrote her first single, “Woman’s World.”
Bonnaroo 2013 kicked off on Thursday, with a modest lineup of upcoming bands to ease into the festivities during the rest of the weekend.
Just after returning from a sold out European arena tour with P!nk, Denver’s Churchill has announced it will support the pop super star on her U.S. tour.
Once again the Arvada Center in the suburbs northwest of Denver has a strong list of acts scheduled to play at its outdoor amphitheater.
Due to demand, Pink has extended her Truth About Love Tour to 60, dates, which includes the Pepsi Center in October.
Denver’s Churchill, who has been riding a wave of success from the single, “Change,” has just announced on Facebook that the band will be joining Pink for a string of European arena shows.