Photos: The pageantry of Doylestown native P!nk comes home to Wells Fargo Center


Photo by Darragh Dandurand Friedman |

Pop singer P!nk brought the colorful sets, elaborate stage and overall pageantry of her Truth About Love tour to the Wells Fargo Center on Friday night. With a entourage of dancers, acrobats and backup musicians, the Doylestown native highlighted more than half of the new record, but also dug into her back catalogue. We heard the rousing “Just Like A Pill” from 2002′s Missundaztood, a medley of songs from 2000′s Can’t Take Me Home, an acoustic take on “Who Knew” from 2006′s I’m Not Dead a cover of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game,” just to name a few highlights. During an encore performance of “So What,” P!nk climbed into a harness and flew above and around the crowd in the Wells Fargo. Opening the show was Swedish pop-punk five-piece The Hives; check out photos in the gallery below, and look at some videos and the setlist after the jump.

Raise Your Glass
Walk of Shame
Just Like a Pill
U + Ur Hand
Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely)
Wicked Game (Chris Isaak cover)
Just Give Me a Reason
Are We All We Are
Chaos & Piss (Instrumental)
The Great Escape
Who Knew (Acoustic)
F**kin’ Perfect
Most Girls / There You Go / You Make Me Sick
Slut Like You
Blow Me (One Last Kiss)

So What



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