It looks like Pink‘s U.S. fans have missed the outspoken singer. The launch of Pink’s first U.S. tour since 2006 on September 15 in...

It looks like Pink‘s U.S. fans have missed the outspoken singer. The launch of Pink’s first U.S. tour since 2006 on September 15 in Seattle, WA, has been moved to a larger venue because of fan demand.

Originally scheduled at the 7,000-capacity WaMu Theater, Pink’s Funhouse Tour concert will now be staged at the 15,000-capacity KeyArena at Seattle Center. The Ting Tings are scheduled to open.

15 for $15 with Napster!Tickets previously bought for her general admission concert at WaMuTheater will be honored at KeyArena. WaMu ticketholders will be issued wristbands to allow floor/lower bowl access. Tickets for the KeyArena show go on sale August 29 via Ticketmaster and at the venue’s box office. Tickets are $39.50 plus applicable service charges.

“Funhouse,” the singer’s fifth studio album, boasts her first U.S. No. 1 Billboard single for “So What,” as well as her current single, “Please Don’t Leave Me.”

Pink’s U.S. leg runs through October 5 at New York’s Madison Square Garden, then heads to the U.K. and Europe from October 14 through December 20. Pink has spent the past several months touring Australia, selling out venues throughout the country.