The Funhouse Summer Carnival

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The Funhouse Summer Carnival
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European tour by Pink
Associated album Funhouse
Start date May 29, 2010 (2010-05-29)
End date July 25, 2010 (2010-07-25)
Legs 1
Shows
  • 34 in Europe
  • 34 total
Box office $47 million
Pink concert chronology
Funhouse Tour
(2009)
The Funhouse Summer Carnival
(2010)
The Truth About Love Tour
(2013-14)

The Funhouse Summer Carnival was the fifth concert tour by American recording artist Pink, launched in support of her fifth studio album Funhouse (2008).[1][2] The Funhouse Summer Carnival and the Funhouse Tour (2009) sold a combined total 3 million tickets, and brought the tour to a final gross of $200 million. With the tour, Pink became the only female artist to sell out stadium shows in 2010 and the first solo female act to open the Wireless Festival in London, UK. Tor Nielson of Live Nation Sweden gave a statement calling Pink "Sweden's biggest stadium act" of 2010.[3] The tour grossed more than $46.4 million from 30 shows.[4]

Background[edit]

The tour was announced by tour promoter, Eventim, on October 14, 2009, followed by an announcement on Pink's official website in November.[5] After selling over two million tickets on her successful Funhouse Tour, it was announced the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter will embark on her first ever stadium tour, in Europe. During an interview with online radio station, IN:DEMAND, Pink stated there will be a new setlist and less acrobatics, confirming that the tour isn't just a continuation of her previous tour.[6] The tour was set to begin on May 27, 2010 at the Expo-Gelände in Hanover, Germany, however, the show was canceled for logistical reasons.[7] In December, it was also confirmed that Pink will headline music festivals throughout Europe during the tour. Pink shot a new tour video for the tour in late April 2010. The video was shown while she was performing various songs. Butch Walker also duetted with Pink at most shows, including most festivals.

Support Acts[edit]

Set list[edit]

  1. "Get the Party Started"
  2. "Funhouse"
  3. "Ave Mary A"
  4. "Who Knew"
  5. "Bad Influence"
  6. "Just Like a Pill"
  7. "Please Don't Leave Me"
  8. "Sober"
  9. "I'm Not Dead"
  10. "Unwind"
  11. "I Don't Believe You"1
  12. "Dear Mr. President"1
  13. "Mean" (performed with Butch Walker)
  14. Medley: (all songs performed with Butch Walker)
  15. "What's Up"1
  16. "Whataya Want from Me"1
  17. "Try Too Hard"
  18. "U + Ur Hand"
  19. "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)"

Encore:

  1. "So What"

1Performed at select dates

Source:[9]

Additional notes[edit]

  • During the tour, Pink performed "Whataya Want from Me". This song was written by Max Martin, Pink and Johan Schuster in 2008 and was intended to be included on the Funhouse album. It was given to Adam Lambert for his debut album, For Your Entertainment. It was, however, replaced with "What's Up" from Sunderland and onwards.
  • During the concert at the Megaland Landgaaf in Landgraaf, Limburg, Netherlands, Pink performed Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'" instead of "Roxanne".
  • During the concert at Frankenstadion in Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, "I Don't Believe You" and "Dear Mr. President" were performed. The songs were a permanent addition to the show henceforth. At the same concert, "Just Like a Pill" was performed after "Bad Influence". Additionally, during the performance of "I'm Not Dead" P!nk was climbing down the stage and filming the fans with a camera.
  • During the concert at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, "What's Up" was performed. The song was a permanent addition to the show henceforth.
  • During the concert as the Reebok Stadium in Bolton, England the crane entrance was not performed.
  • During the concert at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, "Whataya Want from Me" was not performed. Additionally, "Just Like a Pill" was performed after "Who Knew". She also said that the concert was the most fans she had ever performed for.
  • During the concert at Portman Road in Ipswich, England, "What's Up" and "Whataya Want from Me" were not performed. Additionally, "Just Like a Pill" was performed after "Who Knew".
  • During the concert at Citadelle d'Arras in Arras, France, "Bad Influence", "Please Don't Leave Me", "Unwind", "Whataya Want from Me" and "U + Ur Hand" were not performed.
  • During the concert at Linzer Stadion in Linz, Austria, "Whataya Want from Me" was not performed.
  • In Nürnberg, whilst performing "So What", Pink was not attached to her harness properly and fell, landing on the barricade. The song was immediately stopped and Pink was rushed to hospital. Since then, she has tweeted that she has no broken bones and remains without any serious injuries.
  • During the show in Salem and St. Petersburg the stunt for "So What" was not performed.
  • During the show in Prague, the stunt for "So What" was performed for the first time since the accident in Nürnberg.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe [5][10][11]
May 29, 2010 Cologne Germany RheinEnergieStadion
May 30, 2010[A] Landgraaf Netherlands Megaland Landgaaf
June 2, 2010 Heilbronn Germany Frankenstadion
June 3, 2010[B] Stadtallendorf Hessentagsarena Open Air Gelände
June 5, 2010 Innsbruck Austria Außenanlagen
June 6, 2010 Munich Germany Olympia Reitstadion Riem
June 8, 2010 Berlin Waldbühne
June 11, 2010 Sunderland England Stadium of Light
June 12, 2010 Bolton Reebok Stadium
June 13, 2010[C] Newport Seaclose Park
June 16, 2010 Belfast Northern Ireland King's Hall Complex Grounds
June 19, 2010 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena
June 20, 2010 Limerick Thomond Park
June 23, 2010 Swansea Wales Liberty Stadium
June 24, 2010 Coventry England Ricoh Arena
June 26, 2010 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park
June 27, 2010 Alton England Alton Towers
June 29, 2010 Ipswich Portman Road
July 2, 2010:[D] London Hyde Park
July 3, 2010[E] Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Grounds
July 4, 2010[F] Arras France Citadelle d'Arras
July 6, 2010[G] Nîmes Arena of Nîmes
July 8, 2010 Linz Austria Linzer Stadion
July 10, 2010 Bern Switzerland Stade de Suisse
July 12, 2010[H] Locarno Piazza Grande
July 13, 2010 Nice France Stade Charles-Ehrmann
July 15, 2010 Nürnberg Germany EasyCredit-Stadion
July 16, 2010[I] Salem Schloß Salem
July 18, 2010[J] St. Petersburg Russia Стадион Телебашня
July 20, 2010 Prague Czech Republic Synot Tip Arena
July 21, 2010 Helsinki Finland Kaisaniemi Park
July 23, 2010 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadium
July 24, 2010 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
July 25, 2010 [K] Kristiansand Norway Odderøya Amfi
Festivals and other miscellaneous information

References[edit]

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