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The Beautiful Trauma World Tour[2] is the current seventh concert tour by American singer Pink, in support of her seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma (2017). The tour began in Phoenix, Arizona on March 1, 2018, at the Talking Stick Resort Arena, and is scheduled to end on November 2, 2019, in Austin, Texas at the Circuit of the Americas.

Beautiful Trauma World Tour
World tour by Pink
Pink - Beautiful Trauma World Tour.png
Location
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Oceania
  • South America
Associated albumBeautiful Trauma
Start dateMarch 1, 2018 (2018-03-01)
End dateNovember 2, 2019 (2019-11-02)
Legs6
No. of shows159
Supporting acts
Box office$397.3 million[1]
Websitewww.beautifultraumatour.com
Pink concert chronology

DevelopmentEdit

 
A second promotional poster for the tour was used to promote the 2019 shows in North America, Europe, and South America.

After the end of the successful The Truth About Love Tour (which was the third best-selling tour of 2013 with $147.9 million in ticket revenue)[3] and the release of the album rose ave. with Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green under the name You+Me,[4] Pink took a break. However, during this time, she released some songs, including "Today's the Day" on September 10, 2015, used as a theme song for season 13 of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and "Just like Fire" on April 15, 2016, for the soundtrack to the 2016 film Alice Through the Looking Glass.[5][6]

On August 10, 2017, the lead single "What About Us" was released.[7] On October 4, 2017, Pink announced she would release an Apple Music documentary about the recording of her anticipated seventh studio album Beautiful Trauma, later released on October 13. The following day, she announced the tour, revealing tour dates in North America. Originally, the singer has planned to play 40 shows, but due to high demand, second dates in Chicago, Toronto, New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., Houston, Dallas and Oakland were later added.[8] On October 9, 2017, she announced 17 dates in Australia and New Zealand.[9] However, due to overwhelming demand, new shows were added, bringing the total number to 42 shows in Oceania.

On May 3, 2018, after incredible success and demand, Pink announced a second North American leg starting in 2019, including rescheduled shows for Detroit and Montreal, following previous postponements, due to illness.[10]

On October 16, 2018, Pink revealed the European dates, which are scheduled between June and August 2019.[11] These shows will take place in stadiums instead of arenas like the previous dates on this tour.[12] Second dates were added in Cologne, Munich and Glasgow, due to high demand; additional dates in Oslo, Horsens, Gelsenkirchen and The Hague were later announced. She announced a show in Rio de Janeiro, as part of 2019 Rock in Rio festival; this concert will be her first performance in Brazil.[13]

On April 18, 2019, it was announced that Pink will headline the 2019 Formula One United States Grand Prix Concert Series in Austin.[14] Pink later announced that she had to reschedule her May 2019 Toronto shows due to illness. The new dates are set to take place in August after the European leg of the tour. Along with the rescheduled dates, Pink announced a concert in Uniondale, New York at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Critical responseEdit

North AmericaEdit

Ed Masley from The Arizona Republic, who was at the first show of the tour which took place in Phoenix, wrote that "the whole thing was brilliantly staged, with bright colors, interpretive dancing and plenty of high-flying spectacle. If for some reason, you believe you've seen another artist put more time and effort into doing acrobatics high above the crowd, you may just be thinking of Cirque du Soleil."[15] Jimmie Tramel of Tulsa World reviewed positively the concert on March 5, 2018, in Tulsa. He said "Wow. That's really the only word necessary to describe Pink's concert Monday night at the BOK Center."[16] Omaha World-Herald staff writer Kevin Coffey attended and reviewed the concert in Lincoln, stating that Pink has "set the bar very, very high" and that "her contemporaries should buy a ticket, sit in the back and take notes. That's how it should be done."[17] Also L. Kent Wolgamott attended the same show and wrote another positive review for Journal Star, saying that "More than years ago, she delivered the best show in the first year of Pinnacle Bank Arena. On Tuesday night, she did it again with another singing/dancing/flying spectacle that [...] not only sets the bar for concerts, it is the bar." He also praised Pink's stage presence: "When she wasn't flying around, Pink was in constant motion on the stage, joining her 10 dancers in tightly choreographed routines, slapping hands with audience members and basking in the spotlights."[18] Kirstine Walton of National Rock Review reviewed the first show in Chicago, stating that "Each time you see P!nk you wonder what new elements she can bring to the performance, but each time she raises the bar yet again. Not only does she make the entire performance appear to be effortless, she truly looks like she is having the time of her life on the stage." She also noticed the connection between Pink and her tour crew, adding that "the respect and camaraderie for her band and dancers is clearly evident throughout, taking the time to name everyone individually, providing each of them their moment in the spotlight in turn."[19]

The second show at Madison Square Garden in New York City was reviewed positively by Bobby Olivier of NJ.com, who defined the Beautiful Trauma World tour "the tour to beat in 2018". He also wrote that Pink is "a terrific live vocalist with a list of radio hits so long that she cannot fit them all into a single set while still giving space to songs from a new album."[20] After the show in Boston on April 9, Marc Hirsh from Boston Globe, about Pink's performances, stated that "None of this is new, of course. But the fact remains that no other pop star is even attempting this sort of thing, so to watch Pink do it and keep singing remains as astonishing as when she first added literal acrobatics without a harness or net to her arsenal years ago."[21] The concert in Atlanta was reviewed positively by Melissa Ruggieri from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, who defined it "nearly two hours of unabashed fun." She also praised Pink as a person as well as an entertainer: "The fact that Pink does it all with a sly smile and potent, husky vocals is a tribute to her stamina, dedication and obvious joy at being onstage. She's also a down-to-earth presence to her fans, spending plenty of time laying on the catwalk floor to take selfies, acknowledging signs and accepting a gift for her 16-month-old son, Jameson [...] Pink has all the right moves. She's genuine, she's entertaining, she's a fantastic singer. And she's already the front-runner for the best concert of 2018."[22]

Matthew Keever wrote a positive review for Houston Press about the show which took place on April 27, stating that "For nearly two hours, P!NK entertained a throng of enthusiastic fans with her soaring vocals, catchy choruses and high-flying acrobatics."[23] Another positive review was written by Jim Harrington from Mercury News, who attended the show in Oakland. He said that "the pop superstar basically hits the crowd with everything she's got, and then some, for roughly two hours. There's pyrotechnics, aerial stunts, dance routines, hit songs, catchy banter and, yes, one giant, inflatable Eminem." He also added that Pink is "[...] all about exceeding expectations, pleasing the fans and delivering an equally encompassing and entertaining concert experience. And she definitely achieves her mission with her latest road show."[24] Mikael Wood, regarding the show that took place in Anaheim, wrote a positive review for Los Angeles Times. In particular, he praised Pink's choice about the setlist: "yet for all Pink's razzle-dazzle — and let me be clear in saying that this new aerial stunt was truly astounding — the primary effect of Friday's production wasn't practical or technological but emotional. You left the gig feeling as if you had been spoken to from the heart, which in a room as big as this one might be the more impressive feat. [...] her hit singles from the last two decades put across an idea of timelessness; she's still taking a broadly universal approach."[25]

OceaniaEdit

The first show in Oceania was reviewed positively by Ross McRae, who defined Pink's tour "her best yet", due to "the perfect mix of choreography, visuals, aerial acrobatics, pyrotechnics, novelty, sass and yes, that soaring voice that rises above any notion that she is just a robot on autopilot."[26] Aziz Al-Sa'afin from Newshub attended one of the shows in Sydney and ended his review stating that "when it was over, I wanted more. I could have happily sat through another two hours of what I had just experienced." He also wrote that "P!nk is not just a singer-song writer - she's also a dancer, trapeze artist and comedian."[27] The first show in Brisbane was reviewed by Daniel Johnson of Courier-Mail, who stated that "with an eight-piece backing band and ten dancers, and several set changes, the Beautiful Trauma tour is a musical, visual and theatrical extravaganza that redefines what can be done with an arena pop show."[28] Another positive review was made by Bridget Jones for Stuff.co.nz: "up, down, front, back, left and right, Pink was everywhere, doing everything. Every move, every comment, and every song her fans wanted to hear - she performed about 20 of them throughout the spectacular performance - she took the audience on a wee journey from her early days as the bad girl of pop [...] through to her more recent hits." In addition, Pink's charisma was defined "unmatched".[29]

Commercial performanceEdit

The first official boxscore from the tour was published on March 14, 2018, denoting superior numbers to The Truth About Love Tour. The show in Wichita at Intrust Bank Arena grossed $1,647,788 with 11,894 attendees, numbers superior to any single concert revenue of her previous tours in the country.[30] The first leg of the North American part of the tour grossed $95,657,338 with an attendance of 691,247 over the first 46 dates of the tour.[31]

Pink was the top earning artist for March 2019, grossing $30,082,031 with 207,979 attendees from 15 shows in her second leg of North America.[32]

Set listEdit

This set list is from the show in Chicago on March 9, 2018. It may not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.[33]

NotesEdit

  • During the March 20, 2018, show in Toronto, Pink was joined by Dallas Green onstage to perform "You and Me" from their joint album, rose ave. (2014).[34]
  • During the May 31, 2018, show in Los Angeles, Pink was joined by Gwen Stefani onstage in a joint surprise performance of "Just a Girl".[35]
  • "For Now" was not performed at selected dates.[36]
  • In 2019, "Walk Me Home" was added to the set list in place of "I'm Not Dead".[37][38]
  • Starting on April 6, 2019, show in Vancouver, "Hustle" was performed at selected dates in place of "Smells Like Teen Spirit".[39][40]
  • During the May 21, 2019, show in New York City, Pink was joined by Chris Stapleton onstage to perform "Love Me Anyway".[41]
  • During the show in Dublin, Pink performed a cover of "River" by Bishop Briggs, "90 Days" (performed with Wrabel) and "Can We Pretend" to the set list, while "Walk Me Home" was performed acoustically. "Revenge", "Barbies" and "Glitter in the Air" were not performed.[42]

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America[2][43][44][45]
March 1, 2018 Phoenix United States Talking Stick Resort Arena KidCutUp 14,181 / 14,549 $1,906,176
March 3, 2018 Wichita Intrust Bank Arena 11,894 / 12,047 $1,647,788
March 5, 2018 Tulsa BOK Center 14,146 / 14,146 $1,734,989
March 6, 2018 Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena 13,647 / 13,973 $1,755,144
March 9, 2018 Chicago United Center 31,476 / 40,664 $4,254,230
March 10, 2018
March 12, 2018 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 15,710 / 15,710 $2,217,347
March 14, 2018 St. Louis Scottrade Center 15,026 / 15,403 $1,852,210
March 15, 2018 Kansas City Sprint Center 14,068 / 14,298 $1,868,282
March 17, 2018 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 14,544 / 14,719 $1,749,814
March 18, 2018 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena 11,764 / 11,764 $1,623,071
March 20, 2018 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre KidCutUp
Bleachers
34,315 / 34,315 $4,497,956
March 21, 2018
March 27, 2018 Louisville United States KFC Yum! Center 17,445 / 17,762 $2,024,356
March 28, 2018 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 15,562 / 15,938 $1,912,595
April 4, 2018 New York City Madison Square Garden 30,286 / 30,286 $5,320,560
April 5, 2018
April 7, 2018 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena 16,708 / 16,708 $2,210,603
April 9, 2018 Boston TD Garden 32,403 / 32,403 $4,668,640
April 10, 2018
April 13, 2018 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center KidCutUp 18,191 / 18,191 $2,839,340
April 14, 2018 Newark Prudential Center 15,687 / 15,687 $2,684,824
April 16, 2018 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena KidCutUp
Bleachers
32,583 / 32,583 $4,498,018
April 17, 2018
April 19, 2018 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena KidCutUp 13,014 / 13,014 $1,645,760
April 21, 2018 Atlanta Philips Arena 12,441 / 12,441 $1,661,156
April 24, 2018 Orlando Amway Center 15,109 / 15,109 $2,171,487
April 25, 2018 Sunrise BB&T Center 15,999 / 15,999 $2,184,919
April 27, 2018[a] Houston Toyota Center 25,615 / 25,615 $3,391,204
April 28, 2018
May 1, 2018 Dallas American Airlines Center N/A 29,206 / 29,206 $3,642,876
May 2, 2018
May 8, 2018 Denver Pepsi Center KidCutUp 17,446 / 17,446 $2,160,741
May 9, 2018 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena 14,254 / 14,254 $1,947,385
May 12, 2018 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 16,989 / 16,989 $2,349,769
May 13, 2018 Seattle United States KeyArena 14,027 / 14,027 $2,229,945
May 15, 2018 Portland Moda Center 15,757 / 15,757 $2,114,035
May 18, 2018 Oakland Oracle Arena 32,596 / 32,596 $4,715,555
May 19, 2018
May 22, 2018 Fresno Save Mart Center 12,721 / 12,721 $1,717,899
May 23, 2018 Ontario Citizens Business Bank Arena 9,597 / 9,597 $1,457,009
May 25, 2018 Anaheim Honda Center 16,125 / 16,125 $2,014,710
May 26, 2018 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 17,019 / 17,019 $2,656,351
May 28, 2018 San Diego Valley View Casino Center 11,872 / 11,872 $1,664,733
May 31, 2018 Los Angeles Staples Center 17,047 / 17,047 $2,358,686
June 1, 2018 Inglewood The Forum 14,777 / 14,777 $2,307,175
Oceania[2][47][48][49]
July 3, 2018 Perth Australia Perth Arena The Rubens
KidCutUp
59,553 / 59,553 $7,581,640
July 4, 2018
July 6, 2018
July 7, 2018
July 10, 2018 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre 38,105 / 38,648 $5,156,359
July 11, 2018
July 13, 2018
July 14, 2018
July 16, 2018 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena 157,811 / 160,072[b] $20,213,756[b]
July 17, 2018
July 19, 2018
July 20, 2018
July 22, 2018
July 23, 2018
July 25, 2018
July 27, 2018
July 28, 2018
August 4, 2018 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 143,579 / 148,248[c] $18,566,707[c]
August 11, 2018
August 12, 2018
August 14, 2018 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 90,292 / 92,078 $11,331,336
August 15, 2018
August 17, 2018
August 18, 2018
August 20, 2018
August 21, 2018
August 22, 2018
August 24, 2018[d] Sydney Qudos Bank Arena [c] [c]
August 25, 2018
August 26, 2018
August 28, 2018 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena [b] [b]
August 29, 2018
September 1, 2018 Dunedin New Zealand Forsyth Barr Stadium 37,084 / 37,470 $6,313,414
September 4, 2018 Auckland Spark Arena 71,273 / 73,087 $11,934,273
September 5, 2018
September 7, 2018
September 8, 2018
September 10, 2018
September 11, 2018
September 17, 2018[e] Sydney Australia Qudos Bank Arena [c] [c]
September 18, 2018[f]
September 19, 2018[g]
North America[2][52][53]
March 1, 2019 Sunrise United States BB&T Center Julia Michaels
KidCutUp
14,883 / 14,883 $2,463,165
March 3, 2019 Tampa Amalie Arena 15,068 / 15,068 $2,373,771
March 5, 2019 Jacksonville Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena 11,700 / 11,700 $1,915,530
March 7, 2019 Columbia Colonial Life Arena 13,481 / 13,481 $1,722,813
March 9, 2019 Charlotte Spectrum Center 15,596 / 15,596 $2,578,534
March 10, 2019 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 14,336 / 14,336 $2,326,690
March 12, 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena 11,472 / 11,472 $1,586,831
March 14, 2019 Birmingham Legacy Arena 13,959 / 13,959 $1,487,637
March 16, 2019 Bossier City CenturyLink Center N/A N/A
March 17, 2019 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 14,500 / 14,500 $2,215,600
March 19, 2019 Houston Toyota Center N/A N/A
March 21, 2019 San Antonio AT&T Center 15,651 / 15,651 $2,115,377
March 23, 2019 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 13,820 / 13,820 $2,049,271
March 24, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,658 / 14,658 $2,067,277
March 30, 2019 Glendale Gila River Arena 13,737 / 13,737 $2,363,364
April 1, 2019 Denver Pepsi Center 14,548 / 14,548 $2,117,678
April 3, 2019 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena 13,586 / 13,586 $1,889,389
April 5, 2019 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 30,763 / 30,763 $3,631,003
April 6, 2019
April 8, 2019 Portland United States Moda Center 14,942 / 14,942 $2,159,245
April 10, 2019 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 14,881 / 14,881 $2,628,946
April 12, 2019 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 16,130 / 16,130 $2,340,138
April 13, 2019 Anaheim Honda Center 12,832 / 12,832 $1,925,556
April 15, 2019 Los Angeles Staples Center 13,699 / 13,699 $1,336,647
April 17, 2019 San Jose SAP Center 14,055 / 14,055 $2,125,545
April 19, 2019 Inglewood The Forum 14,354 / 14,354 $2,074,363
April 26, 2019[h] Detroit Little Caesars Arena 30,499 / 30,499 $4,594,641
April 27, 2019
April 30, 2019 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse 14,444 / 14,444 $2,011,671
May 2, 2019 Milwaukee Fiserv Forum 13,331 / 13,331 $2,336,580
May 4, 2019 Fargo Fargodome 22,164 / 22,164 $2,927,135
May 5, 2019 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 15,820 / 15,820 $2,735,448
May 7, 2019 Omaha CHI Health Center Omaha 15,050 / 15,050 $2,187,858
May 9, 2019 Lexington Rupp Arena 17,256 / 17,256 $1,771,383
May 11, 2019 Columbus Schottenstein Center 14,907 / 14,907 $2,281,760
May 17, 2019[i] Montreal Canada Bell Centre 32,780 / 33,222 $4,355,760
May 18, 2019
May 21, 2019 New York City United States Madison Square Garden 29,997 / 29,997 $5,527,014
May 22, 2019
Europe[55]
June 16, 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands Johan Cruyff Arena Vance Joy
Bang Bang Romeo
KidCutUp
51,089 / 51,089 $4,563,319
June 18, 2019 Dublin Ireland RDS Arena 35,282 / 35,282 $3,816,640
June 20, 2019 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium 58,595 / 58,595 $6,765,880
June 22, 2019 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park 102,273 / 102,273 $12,014,516
June 23, 2019
June 25, 2019 Liverpool England Anfield 44,042 / 44,042 $5,335,757
June 27, 2019[j] Werchter Belgium Werchter Festival Park N/A N/A N/A
June 29, 2019 London England Wembley Stadium Vance Joy
Bang Bang Romeo
KidCutUp
145,230 / 145,230 $16,665,313
June 30, 2019
July 3, 2019 Nanterre France Paris La Défense Arena 36,295 / 36,295 $3,358,518
July 5, 2019 Cologne Germany RheinEnergieStadion 77,313 / 77,313 $8,091,671
July 6, 2019
July 8, 2019 Hamburg Volksparkstadion 39,743 / 39,743 $4,061,875
July 10, 2019 Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Arena 42,495 / 42,495 $4,632,086
July 12, 2019 Hanover HDI-Arena 43,452 / 43,452 $4,625,693
July 14, 2019 Berlin Olympiastadion 54,114 / 54,114 $5,649,498
July 20, 2019 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy 46,964 / 46,964 $3,509,909
July 22, 2019 Frankfurt Germany Commerzbank-Arena 39,743 / 39,743 $4,261,701
July 24, 2019 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion 55,873 / 55,873 $5,626,465
July 26, 2019 Munich Germany Olympiastadion 113,564 / 113,564 $11,764,911
July 27, 2019
July 30, 2019 Zürich Switzerland Letzigrund Vance Joy
KidCutUp
45,287 / 45,287 $5,956,105
August 3, 2019 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena Vance Joy
Bang Bang Romeo
KidCutUp
33,943 / 33,943 $3,190,660
August 5, 2019 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena 23,851 / 23,851 $2,511,154
August 7, 2019 Horsens Denmark CASA Arena Horsens 25,000 / 25,000 $2,812,500
August 9, 2019 Gelsenkirchen Germany Veltins-Arena Vance Joy
Kassalla
KidCutUp
34,278 / 34,278 $3,414,207
August 11, 2019 The Hague Netherlands Malieveld Vance Joy
Davina Michelle
KidCutUp
46,271 / 46,271 $4,214,772
North America[2][53]
August 16, 2019 Uniondale United States Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Wrabel
KidCutUp
12,339 / 12,339 $2,092,479
August 18, 2019[k] Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 34,886 / 34,886 $4,177,053
August 19, 2019[k]
South America[2][58]
October 5, 2019[l] Rio de Janeiro Brazil Barra Olympic Park N/A N/A N/A
North America[2][14]
November 2, 2019[m] Austin United States Circuit of the Americas N/A N/A N/A
Total 3,088,647[1] / 3,102,146 (99.56%) $397,300,000[1]

Cancelled showsEdit

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
April 15, 2019 Fresno United States Save Mart Center Schedule changes[59]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The concert of April 27, 2018, at Toyota Center in Houston was originally planned to take place on April 29, 2018, but was rescheduled to avoid any potential conflict with the Houston Rockets playoff game.[46]
  2. ^ a b c d The score data is combined from the shows held at the Rod Laver Arena from July 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28; August 28 and 29, 2018 respectively.
  3. ^ a b c d e f The score data is combined from the shows held at the Qudos Bank Arena from August 4, 11, 12, 24, 25, 26; September 17, 18 and 19, 2018 respectively.
  4. ^ The concert of August 24, 2018, at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney was originally planned to take place on August 3, 2018, but was rescheduled due to upper respiratory infection.[50]
  5. ^ The concert of September 17, 2018, at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney was originally planned to take place on August 6, 2018, but was rescheduled due to Gastro Bug.[51]
  6. ^ The concert of September 18, 2018, at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney was originally planned to take place on August 7, 2018, but was rescheduled due to Gastro Bug.[51]
  7. ^ The concert of September 19, 2018, at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney was originally planned to take place on August 9, 2018, but was rescheduled due to Gastro Bug.[51]
  8. ^ The concert of April 26, 2019, at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit was originally planned to take place on March 25, 2018, but was rescheduled due to illness.[54][10]
  9. ^ The concert of May 17, 2019, at Bell Centre in Montreal was originally planned to take place on March 23, 2018, but was rescheduled due to illness.[54][10]
  10. ^ The concert of June 27, 2019, at Werchter Festival Park in Werchter is part of Rock Werchter festival.[56]
  11. ^ a b The concerts of August 18 and August 19, 2019, at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto were originally planned to take place respectively on May 13 and May 14, 2019, but were rescheduled due to illness.[57]
  12. ^ The concert of October 5, 2019, at Barra Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro is part of Rock in Rio festival.[58]
  13. ^ The concert of November 2, 2019, at Circuit of the Americas in Austin is part of the 2019 Formula One United States Grand Prix Concert Series.[14]

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