Gwen Stefani will appear as a special guest at Pink’s shows at BST Hyde Park in London next summer.
Pink will be holding two headline concerts on the 24th and 25th June 2023 as part of their UK “Summer Carnival” tour. You can find the remaining entries here.
It has been announced today (November 24), that former No Doubt frontman Stefani, who was a solo artist, will be performing on both BST dates.
Discussing her return to these shores, the singer said: “I think it would never have been me without the incredible musical influences from the UK. I’m so excited to be back. It’s going to be an incredible show.”
Stefani released her fourth and most recent solo studio album (and first holiday record), ‘You Make It Feel Like Christmas,’ back in 2017. Last year, she teamed up with Saweetie on a collaborative version of ” Slow Clap.”
In an earlier statement, Pink said: “It’s been three long years and I’ve missed so much live music…so the time has finally come!
“I’m so excited to be back in the UK and Europe to sing, cry, sweat and make new memories with my friends. It’s going to be magical.”
According to a press release, more special guests will be announced for Pink’s BST concerts in the coming months.
You can see the full itinerary for their 2023 UK tour below, and buy the remaining tickets here.
7 – Bolton, Bolton University Stadium
8 – Bolton, Bolton University Stadium
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10 – Sunderland, Stadium of Light
11 – Sunderland, Stadium of Light
13 – Birmingham, Villa Park
24 – London, BST Hyde Park
25 – London, BST Hyde Park
Next year’s BST Hyde Park series will feature the likes of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Take That and Billy Joel.
In September, Pink joined Foo Fighters and Queen at the second Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert in Los Angeles, California.
Pink is set to release her ninth studio album ‘Trustfall’ on February 17, 2023 via RCA (pre-order / pre-order here).