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‘Trustfall Tour’ Featuring P!NK & GROUPLOVE – Sacramento, CA – 10.12.23

‘Trustfall Tour’ Featuring P!NK & GROUPLOVE – Sacramento, CA – 10.12.23


Alecia Beth Moore, aka P!NK, always brings high energy to her performances. For her ‘Trustfall Tour’, she delivered that and more. P!NK has a way of combining her athletic talent, beautifully powerful voice, and dance skills to create one of the most entertaining shows you will ever see. Even if you aren’t a fan of her music, you can’t help but to be amazed by her raw voice while she flies through the air performing her hit songs.

On October 12th, the ‘Trustfall Tour’ began in Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center. The show opened with “Get The Party Started,” in which she reveals herself at the top of the rafters then bungee jumps down to her three backup dancers. She is then flung back up and caught by two men hanging from the top, all while still hitting every note. It was truly an amazing start to the show.

Her backup dancers took the stage and brought amazing energy during the following songs, “Raise Your Glass,” “Who Knew,” “Just Like a Pill,” “Try,” and “What About Us.” For her song “Turbulence,” she performed with a male dancer on aerial silk swings. After that, she covered “Make You Feel My Love” by Bob Dylan, then sang “Just Give Me a Reason” and “Fuckin Perfect,” which both had fans singing along as loud as they could. Followed by pyro during “Just Like Fire” and a cover of “Heartbreaker” by Pat Benetar (who had just opened for P!NK on her Summer Carnival tour.) This song gave guitarist Justin Derrico a chance to show off with an insane guitar solo.

Eventually the energy died down a little and P!NK came out to the end of the catwalk to sit and interact with some of her fans. She shared some stories about her life before singing “Cover Me In Sunshine,” in which her 12 year old daughter came out to sing. It was so heartwarming and sweet, as a mother to girls it was hard not to shed a tear.

The energy picked back up as she sang “Trustfall,” the title track of her new album, where her backup dancers were gracefully falling from raised platforms onto trampolines, then bouncing back up to land on the platforms. During “Blow Me (One Last Kiss),” her dancers were dressed as giant lips, prancing around stage, dancing, and blowing confetti at the audience below them.

Last but not least she ended with “So What” where she flew around the entire stadium like a fairy, all she was missing was a magic wand! This stunt is probably her most iconic, and almost every clip you see of her concerts on social media will be this song. P!NK will forever go down as one of the most talented artists with the way she keeps the power in her voice, without backtracks, while performing circus stunts. If you get the chance to see her in concert, take it and you will not be disappointed.