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Pink sets another Twin Cities concert for November

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Fans who didn't get a ticket for Pink's sold-out show Tuesday night at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul will get another chance to see her in November.

The Pioneer Press reports that Pink will return to the Twin Cities with a concert at Target Center in Minneapolis Nov. 2.

The pop singer's tour in support of her new album, "The Truth About Love," is her first North American concert trek in four years.

Tickets for the November show at Target Center go on sale March 30.

Critics across the country have been raving about the singer's new show. The Dallas News said her stop in Dallas last month "mixed spectacle with intimacy, naughtiness with kiss-off humor and sophisticated acrobatics with seductive dancing."

Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, burst onto the music scene in 2000 with the hit "There You Go." Her latest album has produced the hits Blow Me (One Last Kiss)," "Try" and "Just Give Me a Reason."

See a preview of Pink in concert below.

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