1.Queen Pink

1/8

Pink kicked off her massive North American tour Tuesday night in Seattle, unveiling an awesome stage set complete with trapeze dancers, huge inflatable harlequins, Broadway-worthy choreography, and a pillow fight!
Read SPIN's complete review here.

2.Queen Pink

2/8

Pink kicked off her massive North American tour Tuesday night in Seattle, unveiling an awesome stage set complete with trapeze dancers, huge inflatable harlequins, Broadway-worthy choreography, and a pillow fight!
Read SPIN's complete review here.

3."Get the Party Started"

3/8

"Pink wowed the packed crowd with her charisma, athleticism, and -- most disarming of all -- sense of humor," writes SPIN's Jonathan Zwickel. "Can you imagine if that was my speech?" she said mid-set about Kanye's interruptive outburst at the VMAs two nights ago. Then she mentioned something about brass knuckles. Read SPIN's review here.

4.Top of the Throne

4/8

Pink performed a handful of cover songs during the show, including Gnarls Barkley's hit "Crazy," Led Zeppelin's "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You," and Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody." Read SPIN's review here.

5."Misery"

5/8

"Last night I separated my shoulder," Pink told the crowd. "It hurts a lot but there was no fucking way I was gonna cancel this show. The louder you are the less pain I feel." Read SPIN's review here.

6.Circus Act

6/8

Pink's Seattle show was moved from a smaller venue to Key Arena to accommodate increased ticket demand, "and it was tough to imagine how such an elaborate production could've managed anywhere else," writes Zwickel. Read SPIN's review here.

7.Up Close and Personal

7/8

Pink was backed by two guitars, upright bass, cello, and violin on tunes like "I Don't Believe You," from her latest release, 2008's Funhouse. Read SPIN's review here.

8."Don't Let Me Get Me"

8/8

In conclusion, Zwickel writes that Pink's tour kickoff was "impressive, audacious, and almost impossible not to enjoy." Read SPIN's review here.