Pink Postpones More Concert Dates Amid Respiratory Infection
Pink isn’t messing around when it comes to her health. The “So What” singer took to social media Thursday (October 19) to share with her fans that she will be postponing the Vancouver leg of her Summer Carnival 2023 tour in order to get her physical well-being in tip-top shape. The 44-year-old mom of two shared a statement to her 10 million Instagram followers: “I am deeply sorry to share that I have a respiratory infection and my doctor has advised that I am unable to perform at the Vancouver shows on Friday and Saturday. Live Nation is working on new dates to reschedule the shows.”
Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore Hart, continued, “I am very much looking forward to performing in Vancouver and putting on an incredible show for everyone. In the meantime, I wish everyone good health and am sending lots of love. xoxo Pink.” The announcement comes only days after Pink announced she would be postponing her two shows in Tacoma, Washington. She wrote, in part, on October 16, “Family medical issues require our immediate attention. I send everyone my sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this has caused. I am sending nothing but love and health to all.”
As we previously reported, Pink started her world tour in June across Europe, before performing throughout the United States and Canada this summer and fall. The tour is currently scheduled to go through early next year, with final dates slated for March in Australia. Since embarking on this tour, Pink has experienced wild moments with the audience, including a fan throwing their mothers ashes on stage, another gifting her a wheel of brie cheese while she was performing and, most recently, a concertgoer gave their newborn the middle name “Hart” in honor of Pink’s married name after going into labor at her July 31 show at Boston’s Fenway Park.