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Did You Hear Beyoncé and Pink Are Touring? Here’s What You Need to Know to Secure Tickets!

Free up some cash now folks, we woke to the news that P!nk has locked in an Australian tour and it’s been rumoured that the one and only R&B queen is also headed to the land down under. ALL HAIL THE LADIES!

Yes, you heard that right – there are whispers that Beyoncé wants to add an Australian and New Zealand leg to her 2023 tour dates. *insert screaming here*

Beyoncé fans are sitting on the edge of their seats waiting for confirmation with the most-awarded woman in Grammy history songstress reportedly in talks with tour promotor Live Nation to play a string of stadium-set concerts in Australia for her epic Renaissance World Tour.

It’s been reported that the R&B queen has her sights set on performing at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium in November. Yes, THIS NOVEMBER.

The stadium seats 35,000 to 45,000 spectators and allows for only six concerts a year – and they are already three concerts down with Sir Elton John performing at the venue not just once, but twice last month and Robbie Williams is locked in for November.

So will queen Bey also get the green light to rock our socks off there this year? We have everything crossed, don’t you!?

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Bey’s biggest tour ever

The Renaissance World Tour kicks off in Stockholm on May 10 and currently has 52 shows booked through to September 27. It’s officially the star’s biggest solo stadium tour to date and not to be dramatic, but you don’t want to miss it.

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Queen Beyoncé: slays night and day. Source: Instagram

It’s been reported that the set lineup will likely consist mostly of music from the star’s Renaissance album and less of old-style Beyoncé ballads and more adrenaline-filled, hard-hitting dance hits to keep the tempo upbeat and one huge dance party. Think tunes like TikTok’s famous Cuff It, I’m That Girl and Cozy, just to name a few.

Beyoncé is the most awarded woman in Grammy award history

It’s been a busy time for Beyoncé, she crushed it at the Grammy’s this week and is now the most-awarded woman in Grammy history. Amazing right? The 41-year-old mother won awards for Best R&B Song, Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Dance/Electronic Album and Best Traditional R&B Performance for her smash-hit album, Renaissance.


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However, the queen didn’t quite make it to winning a Grammy for Album of the Year – that gong went to our equally loved crooner Harry Styles.

For now, we sit tight!

Keep your eyes peeled for an official announcement from Beyoncé’s reps to confirm dates in Australia and New Zealand. And then be prepared to jump on that ticket release day like the speed of light – this is one show that will sell out FAST.

P!nk Summer Carnival Tour is locked in and loaded

As if that’s not exciting enough, there’s awesome news for P!nk fans too! Our favourite aerial artist-singer-songwriter and three-time Grammy award winner is locked in for an Australian Tour in 2024. The announcement of the superstar’s tour coincides with the release of her new album, TRUSTFALL, set to be released on February 17 and fans cannot get enough of this good news – and good tunes.

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P!nk is going to rock our summer in 2024! Source: Instagram

What a way to celebrate summer, the dates for P!nk’s Summer Carnival 2024 tour have been set with the following cities set to rock the night away:

  • SYDNEY: Allianz Stadium – February 9
  • NEWCASTLE: McDonald Jones Stadium – February 13
  • BRISBANE: Suncorp Stadium – February 16
  • GOLD COAST: Metricon Stadium – February 20
  • MELBOURNE: Marvel Stadium – February 23
  • ADELAIDE: Adelaide Oval – February 27
  • PERTH: Optus Stadium – March 1

Special guests will be announced at a later date, but even without supporting acts announced, people are in raptures and whipping out their calendars in anticipation. It’s not just us Aussies who are excited. P!nk said today:

”I am so excited to finally get a chance to tour Australia and New Zealand in the summer!! I can’t wait to bring the Summer Carnival Tour to my home away from home, and smile and sing together until our cheeks hurt. Summer 2024 can’t come soon enough!”

Ticket sales will kick off on Monday, February 13, 2023 (NEXT WEEK) for Telstra customers only. The general public can then swoop in on tickets from Friday, February 17, 2023. And honestly, there won’t be a better Valentine’s gift to buy yourself, your BFF, sister or mum this year. For more ticketing information, head to Live Nation.

One thing we can be sure of is that tickets to Beyoncé’s and P!nk’s Australian tour shows won’t be cheap. So now’s a good time to clear the clutter at home, hit up Facebook Marketplace and check out some of these side-hustle ideas to free up some cash to book a date night AND a babysitter.

The good times just keep on rolling. Ed Sheeran is already here, P!nk’s 2024 tour is locked in and now the possibility of Beyoncé set to rock Australian crowds, there’s nothing else to do but practice your dance moves and get those lyrics right and tight – international acts and live entertainment is making a comeback!

We’ll be sure to update you all with details and dates as they come to hand.


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