After dumping someone at a concert, Pink may have been tired for a few months Wild fight against circumcisionApologize for being publicly offended by someone Suzie compares her to Eddie Izzard on social mediaIn order to explain it later She doesn’t actually fly Israeli flags at her concerts (They are apparently Maori boy flags, and they are the only flags she allows besides the “rainbow flag”). Now, Pink has announced that they have been forced to cancel two shows scheduled for October 17 and October 18 this week in Tacoma, Washington.
A specific explanation was not given, but Pink explained that there are “family medical issues” that require “immediate attention” on social media. He added that he and Live Nation were “working to reschedule for future dates,” and “sending everyone my sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused. I send everyone nothing but love and health.”
There’s no word on how serious it is or whether or not it will affect any of her upcoming tour dates, but Pink is in the midst of a lengthy North American tour through November. In fact, this coming weekend — just days after the Washington tour derailed — Pink is scheduled to play two shows in Vancouver.
Pink is touring this summer in support Credibility, his latest album (his ninth studio album), was released back in February of this year. A few days ago, he announced that a deluxe edition featuring live recordings and new songs (“Irrelevant,” the single he released last year in response to the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court reversal) would be available on December 1.