ConcertsLiverpool FC ready to welcome P!NK back to Anfield

By Liverpool FC


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Liverpool FC is looking forward to the return of P!NK to Anfield next week when her spectacular Summer Carnival Tour comes to Liverpool.

P!NK was last at Anfield in 2019 and returns to perform two nights on Monday June 24 and Tuesday June 25 to bring to a close this summer’s concerts at the home of Liverpool FC.

Ahead of the performances, those heading to the shows are encouraged to check out all of the latest information on attending concerts at Anfield in our Concert Hub, with further details available in our dedicated P!NK FAQs here.

Our Concert Hub includes lots of useful information for travelling to and from Anfield as well as details of how to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience. There are a range of options for travelling to Anfield via public transport, while walking routes are also available from the city centre and nearby train stations. Full details of these can be found here.

Please note that there will be no parking available at the stadium and fans are advised to use city centre car parks if travelling to the concerts by car.

Fans who have tickets are reminded not to arrive at the ground early, as you may be asked to leave and return at the time stated on your ticket. Please also be reminded that camping is not permitted at the stadium or in the immediate vicinity.

Before heading to the stadium, please ensure you have familiarised yourself with the prohibited items list to avoid any potential issues on entry, the full list can be found here. This includes the club’s bag policy, which states that only bags A5 size or smaller are permitted into the stadium, or official merchandise in the clear bags provided.

Please be reminded that the minimum age you can enter the stadium without an adult is 16 years old. Any child under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult who is over 18. Any child attending the concert without an accompanying adult will be refused entry.

The minimum age for access to the pitch is 14, and must be accompanied by an adult, any child under the age of 14 will be refused entry to the pitch standing area. Please be aware that anyone suspected of being under the age of 14 will be required to produce ID with proof of age. Children under two years of age are not permitted into the stadium for this show. Children over two years of age must have a valid ticket.

Once inside the stadium, please be reminded that Anfield is a cashless venue and therefore only card payments are permitted.

Fans can follow up-to-date information via @LFCHelp on X, where there will be regular updates in the lead-up to the shows and live information on show days.



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