Pink Announces New 'Truth About Love' North American Tour For February 2013

20 September 2012, 15:31

The 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' singer will play 25 cities across February and March next year.

Pink has announced dates for her newly announced 'Truth About Love' North American tour, which kicks off across the continent next year.

The 'So What' singer will take her newly released seventh studio album 'The Truth About Love' out on the road from February 2013, starting with a show in Phoenix Arizona and travelling across 25 cities including Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, Chicago, Toronto and Boston.

The 'Truth About Love' tour will be Pink's first since the 'Funhouse' tour back in 2008 to support her sixth album, and is expected to wrap with a show in Boston on 28th March.

Pink released her new album this week in both the UK and the US, fresh from the success of her Vodafone Big Top 40 number one single 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)'.

Check out a promo picture of Pink from 2012 below:

The album features collaborations with the likes of UK singer Lily Allen, who Pink described as "awesome", and US rapper Eminem, as part of a swap deal after Pink featured on his hit 'Won't Back Down'.

Last week saw Pink perform in London at the Camden Roundhouse as part of the iTunes Festival 2012.

Tickets for Pink's newly announced North American tour across the US and Canada are expected to go on sale from 28th September.

Check out the full list of Pink's 'Truth About Love Tour' North American dates below:

  • Phoenix, Arizona (U.S. Airways Center) - 13th February
  • Las Vegas, Nevada (Mandalay Bay Events Center) - 15th February
  • Los Angeles, California (Staples Center) - 16th February
  • San Jose, California (HP Pavilion) - 18th February
  • Houston, Texas (Toyota Center) - 21st February
  • Dallas, Texas (American Airlines Center) - 22nd February
  • Orlando, Florida (Amway Center) - 24th February
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida (BB&T Center) - 25th February
  • Tampa, Florida (Tampa Bay Times Forum) - 17th February
  • Atlanta, Georgia (Philips Arena) - 1st March
  • Nashville, Tennessee Bridgestone Arena) - 2nd March
  • Detroit, Michigan (The Palace Of Auburn Hills) - 5th March
  • Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center) - 6th March
  • Louisville, Kentucky (KFL Yum! Center) - 8th March
  • Chicago, Illinois (United Center) - 9th March
  • Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Center) - 11th March
  • Montreal, Quebec (Bell Centre) - 12th March
  • Washington, DC (Verizon Center) - 14th March
  • Charlotte, North Caroline (Time Warner Cable Arena) - 16th March
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Wells Fargo Center) - 17th March
  • St. Paul, Minnesota (Xcel Energy Center) - 19th March
  • East Rutherford, New Jersey (Izod Center) - 23rd March
  • Uniondale, New York (Nassau Coliseum) - 25th March
  • Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun Arena) - 27th March)
  • Boston, Massachussetts (TD Garden) - 28th March.