A Brief History
On Tuesday, May 18, 2021, a limited number of you have a chance at watching a virtual screening of Pink: All I Know So Far at 7:00PM. The film presents a behind-the-scenes look at P!NK as she balances family and life on the road, leading up to her first Wembley Stadium performance in 2019’s “Beautiful Trauma” world tour.
To reserve a spot for the online screening, you must click on the link below which takes you right to the redeem pass page:
You then log in or sign up which takes a minute if you do not have an Amazom TicktBox account to reserve your virtual spot! The day of the screening you get an email reminder from Amazon TicktBox and then at 6:00pm, 1 hour before the screening you get the email to log into the movie. You will be put into a virtual waiting room – so you can walk away from your screen for an hour and then the movie starts at 7:00pm. It is easy and the system explains all the steps.
Please note: your code is entirely unique and is only valid for one log-in. It cannot be shared with friends or used on multiple devices. When you get the email to watch the film use the device with which you intend to join the virtual screening. You cannot log into the movie on your phone and then try and watch it on your computer.
Join award-winning musician P!NK as she embarks on her record-breaking 2019 “Beautiful Trauma” world tour and welcomes audiences to join her chosen family while trying to balance being a mom, a wife, a boss and a performer. Mixing footage from the road, behind-the-scenes interviews and personal material, director Michael Gracey (THE GREATEST SHOWMAN) gives audiences a glimpse behind the curtain of the circus that she calls life.
P!NK: ALL I KNOW SO FAR will be available worldwide, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on May 21st, 2021. It has a running time of 110 minutes and is not rated.
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