Pink performs as part of her Beautiful Trauma tour at the American Airlines Center in Dallas Tuesday May 1, 2018. (Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News)

Pink performs as part of her Beautiful Trauma tour at the American Airlines Center in Dallas Tuesday May 1, 2018. (Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News)

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Pink's concerts tend to be incredible, and not just because she soars from the rafters with acrobatic ease. Her set list and singing ability are even more impressive, said our music critic Kelly Dearmore after attending the first of two Pink concerts in Dallas on Tuesday night.

The morning after her second Dallas show, Pink's camp announced she'll be back to Dallas in 2019.

The 2019 tour runs March 1 through May 21, 2019, from Florida to Texas to New York and more. It's still called Beautiful Trauma, a continuation of her 2018 tour and also the name of her latest album and the single that's all over the radio.

The concert in Dallas is Sunday, March 24, 2019 at Dallas' American Airlines Center. Pink also stops in Houston and San Antonio before then.

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Tickets to the concerts go on sale first for Ticketmaster's Verified Fans at 10 a.m. May 8. (To register to be eligible, visit this link between now and 10 p.m. May 6.) After the presale, tickets to the general public go on sale on May 11.

Our critic Dearmore points out in his review of Pink's Dallas concert that she's managed to stay relevant while many of her famous peers from the early 2000s haven't. "Take a peek at Billboard's Top 10 best selling albums from 2002," he says. "It's pretty revealing that the majority of the list is comprised of albums made from artists no longer able to pack anywhere near the artistic and commercial punch now they did back then. While Creed, Ludacris, Nelly and Nickelback are often the butt of jokes as their careers have stalled, Pink, the maker of the album sitting at No. 4 on that list from 16 years ago, surges on as an absolute force."

The photos from the Dallas show are pretty incredible. See them here.

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