P!NK: The Summer Carnival Tour


    By Sarah Flaim

    To Australia’s utmost delight, P!nk is back, and with her arrival she brought us ‘The Summer Carnival Tour’.

    I was extremely lucky to go as I wasn’t even supposed to. My sister was, but following a series of unfortunate events (no, not the TV show), she was unable to attend. Which left me, the backup child, able to go.

    And Oh. My. Gosh. It was truly an amazing experience. Her supporting act, Tones and I, started with a bang, announcing her new song and playing it for us. We were truly blessed, and I can’t wait for it to be officially released. Then we had the DJ, who truly knew how to get the party started.

    Then we get to P!nk, and there are truly no words to describe how amazing she was. The utter strength she showcases, both physically and emotionally is truly an inspiration to all the teens out there, especially young girls like myself.

    We had fire. We had fireworks. And we had FUN. For anybody who can go to future gigs, go! I’m telling you, it’s worth every cent. She doesn’t just sing, she gives us a performance. She doesn’t just stand there, she interacts with the audience. She received numerous gifts, and she in return gave us the performance of a lifetime. Words cannot express how amazing it was to see her perform, as well as her daughter, Willow.

    Willow came on stage to sing Cover Me in Sunshine and she’d recently shaved her head. She is truly an amazing girl, who isn’t far off being a teen herself.

    It’s amazing to be able to see such an inspirational family, with women who empower themselves and others across the globe. 

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