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P!nk’s Huge “Summer Carnival” Tour Returns to Party at Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium [Photos]

P!nk brings her huge ‘Summer Carnival’ tour to party at Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium and you can check out the photos from the show here…

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P!nk, photo by Graham Finney Photography

It’s been a massive Summer for pop fans in this particular area of Liverpool, with pop royalty Taylor Swift recently taking up residency at the home of the Red half of the city for a four-night residency on her Eras tour recently.

Tonight, though, it was the turn of American singer/songwriter P!nk to make the stadium home as her seemingly endless Summer Carnival tour rolled back into the UK for another run of huge outdoor stadium shows. Kicking off in Cardiff earlier in the month, the pop superstar had notched up further dates in London before arriving North for two dates.

A continuation of last year’s shows, the slick, edgy pop show features all manner of acrobatics and visuals, which see P!nk not only dropping from the roof of the Arena at the start of the show but also take flight during various points in the set to get up close to fans further back. And for the set list, the highlight-laden twenty-three song list is a veritable feast of pop-rock smash hits, with P!nk kickstarting the show with one of her biggest hits, and probably the most appropriate showstarter, “Get the Party Started.”

P!nk Setlist:

1. Get the Party Started
2. Raise Your Glass
3. Who Knew
4. Just Like a Pill
5. What About Us
6. Heartbeat
7. Turbulence
8. I Don’t Believe You
9. Make You Feel My Love
10. Just Give Me a Reason
11. F**kin’ Perfect
12. Just Like Fire / Heartbreaker
13. Please Don’t Leave Me
14. Cover Me in Sunshine
15. Don’t Let Me Get Me
16. When I Get There
17. I Am Here
18. What’s Up?
19. Try
20. Are You Gonna Fall?
21. TRUSTFALL
22. Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
23. Never Gonna Not Dance Again
24. So What

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.

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