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Everything you need to know before Pink's concerts in Vancouver this weekend

Pink is going to get the party started.
Pink is bringing her 'Trustfall' tour to Rogers Arena on Oct. 20 and 21, 2023. This ultimate concert guide includes tips on tickets, transit schedules, special ferry sailings, bag policy, and more.

Update on Dec. 5:

Pink has rescheduled the two shows for Sept. 6 and 7, 2024. See the full update HERE.

Update on Oct. 19:

On Thursday, Oct. 19, Pink postponed both of her Vancouver concerts due to a respiratory infection. The shows will be rescheduled to a future date. See the full update HERE

Original story:

This weekend will be busy for Vancouver stadiums, with two concerts at Rogers Arena and the BC Lions playing at BC Place. 

Pink announced her arena tour in February earlier this year on the same day she dropped her ninth studio album TRUSTFALL. The tour kicked off in Sacramento, California, this month and Vancouver is one of two Canadian stops (the other is Montreal, Quebec).

The "So What" singer is set to perform at Rogers Arena on Oct. 20 and 21. However, just two shows into the tour, Pink postponed both Tacoma concerts, citing "family medical issues" as the reason in an announcement on Instagram on Monday (Oct. 16). 

Vancouver is the next stop after Tacoma for Pink, and the news has likely left local fans wondering if the Vancouver shows will be postponed as well. 

In the event the Vancouver shows go on as scheduled, concert-goers may want to keep this guide handy ahead of the busy weekend. 


Tickets are still available for Pink's Vancouver shows on Friday and Saturday, with prices starting at just over $300 and floor tickets going for $495. 

Getting there


Rogers Arena is located near the Expo Line’s Stadium–Chinatown Station and a brief walk from Canada Line’s Yaletown–Roundhouse Station.

Both SkyTrain lines will be operating their regular service and there will not be a special schedule or train to assist the concert crowd rush before or after the show.


Hullo Ferries will run special late-night sailings from its downtown Vancouver terminal at the Vancouver Harbour Flight Centre (1055 Canada Pl) back to Nanaimo at 11:30 p.m. on both Oct. 20 and 21 following the BC Lions football game and Pink concerts. 

There are several ways to get to the Vancouver terminal from BC Place; each takes about 20 minutes, according to Google.

  • SkyTrain: take the Expo Line from Stadium-Chinatown Station to Burrard Station then walk about 10 minutes to the ferry terminal
  • Bus: hop on the 5, 246, or 19 bus then walk around 15 minutes to the ferry terminal
  • Walk: getting to the ferry terminal by foot will take approximately 30 minutes
  • Taxi or Uber/Lyft: it is a 5-12 minute drive on average from Rogers Arena to the Hullo terminal

Hullo Ferries General tickets cost $39.99 for a one-way trip and $75 for a round-trip. Tickets can be purchased online


Parking near Rogers Arena may be tight on Friday (Oct. 20) due to the BC Lions game at neighbouring stadium BC Place. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m., just half an hour after the football game, meaning that nearby parking lots will likely be full. 

Inside Rogers Arena


Make sure your ticket is ready to scan upon entry. Electronic tickets should be downloaded to your mobile device and screenshots of ticket barcodes will not be accepted. 

The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. with special guests Grouplove and KidCutUp opening the show.

Bag policy and prohibited items

Purses, backpacks, and bags larger than 35 by 35 by 15 cm will not be allowed inside Rogers Arena. Walk-through metal detectors are also in place at each gate. 

Glass or metal water bottles are also prohibited, with the exception of empty plastic water bottles which can be refilled at water fountains inside. 


Rogers Arena is a cashless venue.