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Pink Electrifies The Coliseum

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Photo Credit- Marvin Chambers

NYCB also is known as the Nassau Coliseum is home to the world-famous NY Islanders among several other sporting and entertainment events. The amphitheater, which consists of the main arena and Expo Center, occupies 63 acres of Mitchel Field, a former Army field and Air Force base.  With a structure built on such compelling ground, its no wonder it would hold a bold yet beautiful presence which goes by none other than Pink.  This blond bombshell took entertainment to a whole different realm captivating her fans, leaving them in pure awe.

Photo Credit- Marvin Chambers

Since her 2010 Grammy Award performance, Pink has embraced the art of “Ariel Tissue” with acrobatic techniques that continue to be her unique signature style.  Staying true to her gymnast roots, Pink performed countless smash hits while suspended in mid-air serenading the crowd to the edgy “So What,” anthem inspired “What About Us” and powerful ballad “Try” the versatility of her flow was remarkable.  The committed connection she shares with her fans is purely undeniable, and to witness it truly takes your breath away.  Secured in an elasticized harness that allows her to glide throughout the arena, Pink’s engaging tactics are inseparable to her spectators.

Live Nation and Pink’s production team orchestrated an outstanding ensemble. Branded as one of the world’s best-selling music artists with over 90 million records sold worldwide in her nineteen-year career, three Grammy Awards, two Brit Awards, and seven MTV Video Music Awards including the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, Pink shows no signs of slowing down.  At thirty-nine years young, this Doylestown, Pennsylvania singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress continues to prove her love for music and loyalty to her fans.  With Nassau Coliseum being the last US stop on her “Beautiful Trauma World Tour” before heading overseas, Pink’s next show will be held in the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada.