P!nk’s Surprise Duet With Alanis Morissette, Plus More Rock & Roll Moments at LA’s Summer Carnival Tour Stop

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With four No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and 15 top 10s over her 23-year career, P!nk is undeniably a pop superstar. But at Thursday night’s (Oct. 5) Summer Carnival tour stop at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif., she made a pretty strong case that she’s a rock star too.

P!nk has been playing stadiums across Europe and North America all summer, bringing along her deep catalog of hits (a 23-song setlist), her bottomless bag of cheeky neon props (lit-up grocery carts, floating bunches of bananas, dancing pairs of lips), and her inimitable stage presence (from her casual between-song banter to casually taking flight above the 70,000-person crowd).


For Thursday night’s show, she put a special emphasis on rock & roll, announcing to the crowd that she would be showcasing “the women of rock” throughout the night, as she announced her first special guest, Alanis Morissette. She would also welcome one of her opening acts, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, to rejoin her onstage for a duet. And perhaps the third woman of rock was P!nk herself, who effortlessly tucked in covers of Led Zeppelin and Bob Dylan among her pop-radio-dominating setlist.

P!nk has three more dates remaining on the Summer Carnival trek: Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium on Saturday, Phoenix’s Chase Field on Monday, and Arlington, Texas’ Globe Life Field on Nov. 26. Warm-up acts Grouplove and DJ KidCutUp will continue for those three dates, with Brandi Carlile returning to the tour in place of Benatar & Giraldo.

Below, find Billboard‘s most rock & roll moments from P!nk’s Summer Carnival tour stop at SoFi Stadium:

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