PINK is definitely worth waiting for.
PINK wrapped up the Canadian leg of her Truth About Love Tour in Edmonton last night in style. From the moment she took the stage the arena was filled with an energy that I was glad to be a part of.
Singing new and old songs matched with fresh dance choreography that grabs you and doesn’t let you go until PINK is done with you, she takes you on a journey about The Truth About Love. Choosing the songs she sang carefully, PINK packed her night with a wide range of songs touching on the oh so many sides of love.
Getting the party started (see what I did there?) with The Truth About Love, PINK opens in full acrobatic mode as she bungees around on stage while still managing to sing the song without missing a beat. I am impressed.
After that, we heard Walk of Shame, then I went happily, giddily (is that a word) even back to the past to enjoy Just Like a Pill, then You and Your Hand and finally Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely), before taking a short break while we were kept entertained by some of the other performers.
PINK packed a lot of entertainment into almost two hours of stage time (8:45 – 10:30pm). The rest of her song list is:
- Wicked Game (Chris Isaak cover)
- Just Give Me a Reason
- Are We All We Are
- The Great Escape (PINK on Piano)
- Who Knew (Guitar solo with PINK singing)
- Perfect (Guitar solo with PINK singing, and back up singers)
- Compilation of a few songs including There You Go, and You Make Me Sick
- Slut Like You
- Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
- So What (finale – amazing)
The finale put it over the top for me. PINK is an amazing entertainer and anyone who can fly around the arena like she did while still singing So What like a boss is a true artist in my books.
As PINK puts it. I’m not a slut, I just love love. And I loved PINK.
PINK is a proud COVERGIRL, and I was thrilled, and so thankful when I heard I was invited to attend with a guest as part of my affiliation with P&G as a #PGmom.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.