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Pink's Salt Lake City concert postponed — again!

Published October 23, 2013 1:34 pm
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Hold on to those tickets, Utah fans of P!nk: Her postponed EnergySolutions Arena concert has been postponed again — this time to 2014.

The pop superstar was first scheduled to play Salt Lake City last week, on Oct. 17. Then she was diagnosed with vocal problems, and doctors told her to rest — causing concert promoters to postpone the EnergySolutions show until next week, on Tuesday, Oct. 29.

P!nk (a k a Alecia Moore) took four days' rest, but after shows Sunday and Monday in Seattle and Vancouver, her doctor says she is still suffering from inflamed vocal cords and laryngitis.

As a result, next week's Salt Lake City show is being moved again, to Jan. 20, 2014.

Salt Lake City isn't the only city that will have to wait for P!nk's recovery. She has also pushed into January shows that were set for this week and next in Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Fargo, Denver, Minneapolis and Milwaukee. The next tour stop she hasn't rescheduled yet is Nov. 5 in Chicago.

Tickets for the Jan. 20 Salt Lake City show — part of the second North American leg of her "The Truth About Love Tour" — will still be honored on the new date.






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