Monday, March 18, 2013

Pink to Verizon Arena

Posted By on Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 4:29 PM

Pink is scheduled to play Verizon Arena Nov. 17 pic
  • Pink is scheduled to play Verizon Arena Nov. 17.

This one's a ways off yet, but Pink will be bringing her over-the-top pop spectacle to Verizon Arena on Sunday, Nov. 17. Tickets for this stop on the "Truth About Love Tour" go on sale March 30 at 10 a.m. and they're going to run you between $52-$118. More info here.

Now before you balk at that upper-end ticket price, you should realize that Pink's stage show involves a whole lot of ropes and pulleys and gymnastical feats of derring-do from Pink herself as well as a bevy of buff dudes. So having a good seat will be big deal for this one. The Detroit News called it a "high-flying, even death-defying concert that made most earthbound pop stars look downright lazy."

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