P!nk Played 21-Song Set on Her Birthday in 2006

Happy Birthday P!nk! The pop star turns 41 years old today, and we're celebrating with a setlist from this day, 14 years ago!

In 2006, global pop superstar P!nk was riding high on the success of her fourth studio album, I'm Not Dead. The album's lead single "Stupid Girls" was a welcoming reintroduction to the singer/songwriter followed by the Billboard Hot 100 hits "Who Knew" and "U + Ur Hand," which both reached the Top 10 on the charts.
P!nk's I'm Not Dead Tour in support of her then most recent release kicked off on June 27, 2006 at The Fillmore in San Francisco, California and ran through September 11, 2007 where it wrapped at Bellville Velodrome and Athletics Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. She played a show on her birthday on the tour in 2006, performing at Istanbul Park in Istanbul, Turkey on September 8, 2006.
Let's dive into our setlist.fm data to explore the playlist P!nk performed on her 27th birthday in 2006 shall we? First up, the show opened with I'm Not Dead's "Cuz I Can" before digging up 2002's "Trouble" and 2001's "Just Like A Pill." A performance of "Lady Marmalade" made the setlist as P!nk took on the hit cover she was featured on from 2001's Moulin Rouge.
In total, 10 songs from I'm Not Dead made up the setlist, 5 from M!ssundaztood, 2 from Try This and 1 from her debut Can't Take Me Home, besides, what would a 2006 P!nk setlist be without "There You Go" after all?

Can we just take a moment to recognize how many hits she already had under her belt in 2006? 14 years later and her hits catalog has only grown, it's safe to say this pop icon has no trouble filling out a setlist in the modern day, unless you count having too many hits a problem.
Check out the full setlist P!nk played on her birthday in 2006 below!
P!nk - Istanbul, Turkey - September 8, 2006 - setlist
Happy Birthday, P!nk! As a birthday bonus, check out a playlist of the I'm Not Dead Tour live via YouTube below.

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Last updated: 19 Sep 2020, 21:56 Etc/UTC