Everything you need to know about P!NK's Dublin gigs

Laura Delaney Laura Delaney | 06-11 16:15

P!NK is ready to get the party started on Irish soil once again!

The last time the singer, real name Alecia Beth Moore, brought her spectacular live show to Ireland was back in 2019 with her Beautiful Trauma World Tour.

The gig was widely heralded by critics for its Cirque du Soleil-style stunts, glitter explosions, vibrant costume changes - and of course, P!NK's infectious energy and unwavering vocals.

Five years on and the Grammy winner promises to raise the bar (and hopefully a pint of the black stuff), once again. And unlike last year's gig at BST Hyde Park in London, Irish fans vow that no ashes will be thrown on stage - you might have to Google that one!

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When and where

P!NK is set to bring her spectacular Summer Carnival World Tour to Dublin's Aviva Stadium for two nights on 20 and 21 June 2024. Doors are at 5pm.

Getting there

The Aviva Stadium on Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4, is a very well-connected and handy location.

It's within walking distance of Dublin's city centre, it’ll take about half an hour from St Stephen’s Green, but if you don’t fancy a stroll then there are plenty of transport links.

The easiest method of transport is probably the dart, as the Lansdowne Road station is a one-minute walk from the Aviva Stadium.

There is no direct route from the Luas to the Aviva, but the Luas red line connects to the Dart at Connolly Station. You can then get the Dart from Connolly to Landsdowne Road.

There is also direct bus routes from the city centre, including the 4, 7, and 7a. There are also additional Dublin Bus routes that service the Aviva depending on where you’re travelling from – check out the 18, 38, 38A, 47, C1 and C2.

Opening time of the venue

Admission begins at 5pm. No queuing will be permitted prior to gates opening. The full timings for the concert have yet to be confirmed.

Can I still buy tickets?

There are a limited amount of tickets available for both dates - mainly resale tickets. If interested, you better act quickly before they are gone.

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What can fans expect?

2023 saw P!NK's first shows in Europe in over four years, and she didn’t disappoint. Known for being one of the greatest live performers of all time, it's not surprising that gig-goers can expect a high-octane, hit-packed, carnival-party featuring breath-taking aerial acrobatics, pumping dance routines, vibrant costume changes, and surprise guests, perfectly showcasing that P!NK is one of the best live performers of all time.

Set list

Based off her previous Carnival performances P!nk is most likely set to open with her very apt track Get the Party Started and will close with a rapturous and rockin' encore to So What.

With over twenty tunes being performed, fans can get ready to dance the night away to Raise Your Glass, sing at the top of their lungs to Just like a Pill, feel all of the positive energy with Cover me in Sunshine (her daughter Willow Sage Heart was brought up on stage for a duet at London's gig last year), and bop like they've never bopped before to Who Knew?.

Along with her iconic hits, lucky fans will be treated to sensational acrobatics, impressive fireworks, confetti canons, trampolining, and next-level choreography.

The chart-topper is also known for her crowd interaction and feel-good stories. Be warned, this isn't a show, this is an experience!

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Support act

Joining P!NK on her Summer Carnival Tour in Dublin are special guests, Rag'n’Bone Man, Gayle, and DJ and producer KidCutUp. The Script have been announced for other shows on the tour but will not be playing Dublin.

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Age restrictions

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult (25+).

What else should I be aware of

Pre-plan your journey to the Aviva in advance and note that there is no bike parking or car parking available at Aviva Stadium on concert days for security reasons.

There are 5 coloured-coded routes to access the stadium. The route you must take is dictated by the location of your seat within the stadium. The applicable route colour will be stated on your event ticket.

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