This image released by Starpix shows singer Pink performing during an appearance on the "Today" show, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012 in New York. Pink was promoting her new album, "The Truth About Love."
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Ailing Pink reschedules Nov. 2 concert at Target Center, other venues
- Article by: Paul Walsh
- Star Tribune
- October 23, 2013 - 1:54 PM
Acrobatic pop-rock diva Pink has canceled her concert scheduled for Nov. 2 at Target Center, her tour’s promoter announced Wednesday, citing her overworked vocal chords.
The show is now scheduled for Jan. 7, a Tuesday, rather than the more late-night-friendly Saturday that it had been slated for staging.
After four days of vocal rest, the 34-year-old Pink performed in Sunday in Seattle and Monday in Vancouver, but “it became clear, after further consultation with her doctors today, that more rest is required for her to fully recover from inflamed vocal chords and laryngitis,” according to a statement from promoter Live Nation.
All tickets for the Nov. 2 will be honored on the new date.
Pink last played the Twin Cities market on March 19 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Also being rescheduled are “Truth About Love Tour” stops in Milwaukee, Fargo, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Denver and Salt Lake City.
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