UK Officials Issue Warning Ahead of Pink’s Summer Carnival Tour

Pink is gearing up for the European leg of her Summer Carnival Tour, and U.K. officials are taking a page from Taylor Swift's playbook, warning fans ahead of the week of sold-out shows.

On Tuesday, June 11, the "Just Give Me a Reason" songstress will take the stage at Principality Stadium in Cardiff. Authorities are alerting fans of travel delays and disruptions on the M4 Motorway that runs from west London to southwest Wales as the one railway line out of the city is shut for 10 days of planned railwork.

Ironically enough, the engineering work causing the shutdown has been postponed to make way for the swarms of Swifties heading to the stadium next week for the "Fortnight" singer's concert there on June 18. Despite tickets for Pink's concert tonight being hard to come by with only a handful of resale options available, the courtesy Swift's fans are receiving next week was not extended to those heading out tonight to see Pink.

The 44-year-old's concert in Wales on Tuesday isn't the only one of her shows to yield a warning as later this week, the "TRUSTFALL" artist will head to London for two back-to-back shows at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday, June 15, and Sunday, June 16.

Unfortunately for fans of the pop star, there are also several points of interruptions and closures planned for Transport for London (TfL) train services on both days. Not only that, but the highly-anticipated Trooping the Colour ceremony will also be held in London on Saturday, bringing even more foot traffic to the area.

So, if you're headed to Principality Stadium or Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, make sure to plan ahead and pack your patience!

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