Pink (whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore) is an American pop/rock singer and songwriter. She rose to stardom with her very first album, “Can’t Take Me Home,” which was released in 2000 and reached double platinum in the U.S. Despite the album’s success (or perhaps because of it), Pink felt that she was being marketed and perceived as just another pop singer. She took over more control of her second album and released “Missundaztood” at the end of 2001, which went quintuple platinum.
Pink has continued to be successful throughout her career. Since 2001, Pink has released three more albums, all of which were certified as platinum. The most recent of these was 2008’s “Funhouse,” which included several hit singles—among them “Please Don’t Leave Me,” “Bad Influence” and “Funhouse.” She launched her latest tour (the first U.S. tour since 2006) in September 2009 in Seattle and had to upgrade to a larger venue due to the high demand from her American fans.
Consumers had warm weather on their minds yesterday, as summer concert sales were on fire. A large mix of shows from The Eagles, Billy Joel, Pink, Def Leppard, Andrea Bocelli, Dead & Company and Pearl Jam all landed within the day’s best-seller list. The Eagles were able to crack... Read more
An eclectic mix of artists prove popular across the secondary market, with tours from Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift and Pink landing within the Top 20. The newly announced co-headlining trek from Def Leppard and Journey fared well in yesterday’s sales, nabbing three spots for this summer’s shows in Atlanta,... Read more
Today’s Market Heat Report has not changed all too much from yesterday’s; the Alabama-Georgia game still holds the No. 1 spot, and NFL Wild Card and Divisional playoff games still make up a good bulk of the remaining Top 20 with Jaguars-Bills, Chiefs-Titans, and Vikings-TBD in the Top 5.... Read more
As the year comes to a close, TicketNews is gathering data to determine ticket market breakdowns for the best sellers of multiple categories in 2017. (See Cities and Venues here). For 2017, duo or group tours made up a notable number of top sellers; understandably, as they’re able to... Read more
It’s another (particularly) sports-heavy sales day in the TicketNetwork marketplace, seeing both pro and college football, basketball, hockey, and even golf on today’s Top 20. Leading the list is the Steelers’ AFC playoff game at No. 1. Wild card games for the Chiefs and Jaguars are at Nos. 5... Read more
Another sports-heavy Top 20 in the TicketNetwork marketplace is led today by the Cowboys vs. Seahawks game on Christmas Eve at AT&T Stadium. An NFC Divisional Home Game: Eagles vs. TBD and the Orange Bowl: Wisconsin vs. Miami follow. The only non-sport event that made top 5 today was... Read more
The top-selling events on the TicketNetwork marketplace reflect a lot of sports fans flocking to games this past weekend as well as during their winter breaks ahead. The Top 20 was led by last night’s Raiders vs. Cowboys and Wizards vs. Cavaliers games, and the remainder of the list... Read more
The Super Bowl leads the TicketNetwork Top 20 again today as the NFL season progresses and enthusiasm for the playoffs heats up. Other NFL games on the list include Texans vs. Steelers Christmas Day game, Lions vs. Vikings on Thanksgiving, Steelers vs. Patriots next month. Basketball games also see... Read more
October in the ticketing world was headlined by Pink’s Beautiful Trauma tour, taking place in early 2018, which went on sale this month. Beyond that, Major League Baseball’s playoffs predictably dominated, as Fall Classic contests between the LA Dodgers and Houston Astros came in second overall and first in... Read more
Of course, the No. 1 best-selling ticket on the marketplace today is tonight’s Game 7 between the Houston Astros and LA Dodgers, who tied up the series last night with a 3-1 win. Will the home turf advantage play out in their favor again tonight? Be there to find... Read more