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Pink cancels concert due to health issue: 'Unable to continue with the show'

More than a year into her Summer Carnival Tour, Pink is hitting pause due to an unspecified health issue.

The Grammy-winning pop star announced Tuesday that her show scheduled show in Bern, Switzerland, is canceled due to doctor's orders.

"I am so sorry that I have had to cancel my show in Bern this Wednesday," she wrote in an Instagram caption. "I do everything I can to ensure I can perform for you every night, but after consultation with my doctor and exploring all options available, I’ve been advised that I'm unable to continue with the show tomorrow.

"I was looking forward to being with you and making memories with you and sharing our show with you and am so disappointed that we have to cancel," she added. "Sending love and health to you all, and I really hope to see you again soon."

Pink performs while on her Summer Carnival 2023 tour at Comerica Park in Detroit on Wednesday, August 16, 2023.

All purchased tickets will be refunded, Pink said.

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She did not reveal details about her next show in Copenhagen, scheduled for Saturday. Her tour will head to Amsterdam, Brussels and Stockholm, as well as several German cities, through the end of the month.

USA TODAY has reached out to the singer's representatives for comment.

On her Summer Carnival Tour, in support of her ninth studio album, "Trustfall," Pink performs hits from across her two-decade musical career and fills stadiums with impressive visuals, from aerial acrobatics to over-the-top costumes.

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The tour launched in Europe last June and circled North America from July through early October 2023, and in February, Pink embarked on a new leg of the tour in Australia and New Zealand.

After wrapping up in Europe, Pink is slated to launch the second North American leg of the tour in St. Louis, Missouri, on Aug. 10.

Speaking to USA TODAY in 2023 about the inspirations behind "Trustfall," Pink revealed making the album "was a three-year process."

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"With the pandemic and my dad’s passing and then any time your kid is sick, it distills down what is important. And when a parent passes away, it’s like this suitcase you’re going to be unpacking the rest of your life, which also makes you think about well, who am I and who do I want to be and what’s keeping me from that?"

She continued, "And then, what are my priorities? My priorities are to live an authentic human experience and be completely transparent about it and to love and cuddle with my kids as long as they’ll let me."

Contributing: Melissa Ruggieri

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