P!NK Kicks Off Citi Sound Vault at the Hollywood Palladium

Grammy nominee P!NK kicked off Citi Sound Vault’s intimate performances at the Hollywood Palladium in Hollywood, CA. Powered by Live Nation, the three night event included performances by other heavy hitters including ‪Muse‬ and ‪Chris Stapleton‬.

In addition, Citi and Live Nation teamed up with renowned artist Trevor "Trouble" Andrew to launch an exclusive, limited edition black and gold Citi Sound Vault capsule collection inspired by the experience. The collection launched on Feb. 7 via a pop-up experience in the Hollywood Palladium and is only available to Citi cardmembers who purchased tickets to one of the three Citi Sound Vault shows. Proceeds from all sales will benefit Musicians on Call, a non-profit organization that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities.

P!NK left her signature acrobatics at home for a more intimate and stripped down performance at the Hollywood Palladium. The songstress even joked that the night was the first time in a while she’s done that. Energy was pumping as P!NK opened up the night with the banger “Get the Party Started.” The 14-song setlist even featured surprised covers of Gwen Stefani’s “Just a Girl,” Bishop Briggs’ “River” and 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up.” I especially liked the cover of “River” since P!NK’s powerful vocals fit perfectly and sounded even better than the original.

The songstress made the most of the night featuring great dance performances with her crew, performing her most popular anthems and effortlessly showing off those strong live vocals she’s known for.  If you must see anyone live, it’s got to be P!NK. She’s the whole package. For more information on Citi Sound Vault shows near you, visit citigroup.com.

Photo Credit: Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for Citi


Get the Party Started
Just Like a Pill
Who Knew
Funhouse / Just a Girl 
For Now 
What About Us
I Am Here 
(Bishop Briggs cover)
Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
Raise Your Glass

What's Up 
(4 Non Blondes cover)
So What