Nicki Minaj Concert Setlists: What to Expect at Her Shows

Update (March 25): This article has been updated with Nicki Minaj’s latest average setlist.

Nicki Minaj, the “Queen of Rap,” is out on the road again for the North American leg of her 2024 Nicki Minaj Presents: Pink Friday 2 World Tour. Supporting the Trinidadian-born New York City rapper’s 2023 chart-topping fifth album of the same name, the Pink Friday 2 World Tour finds Minaj headlining her longest campaign yet with 57 dates across North America and Europe through July.

As Minaj’s first live trek in five years, the Pink Friday 2 World Tour will assist in extending her reign as one of the top-grossing hip-hop touring artists. Led by Minaj’s 2022 single “Super Freaky Girl,” which became her third No. 1 single and first chart-topping solo debut on the Billboard Hot 100, Pink Friday 2 delivers a fresh serving of hits for the Barbz to enjoy at her new live outing.

Take a look below at a typical Nicki Minaj tour setlist and find everything you need to know about the rapper’s live show before attending the Pink Friday 2 World Tour.

Nicki Minaj Tour Stats

Current tour: Nicki Minaj Presents: Pink Friday 2 World Tour (2024)

Set time: On the Pink Friday 2 World Tour, Nicki Minaj usually goes on stage between 9:30 and 9:45 p.m., though set times vary.

Length of average Nicki Minaj show: 2 hours, 15 minutes (on Pink Friday 2 World Tour)

Past tours:

  • Pink Friday Tour (2011–2012)
  • Pink Friday: Reloaded Tour (2012)
  • The Pinkprint Tour (2015–2016)
  • The Nicki Wrld Tour with Juice Wrld (2019)

Nicki Minaj Discography:

  • Pink Friday (2010)
  • Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded (2012)
  • The Pinkprint (2014)
  • Queen (2018)
  • Pink Friday 2 (2023)

Nicki Minaj’s Popular Songs:

  • “Starships”
  • “Super Bass”
  • “Only” (with Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown)
  • “Super Freaky Girl”
  • “Anaconda”
  • “Feeling Myself” (with Beyoncé)
  • “Chun-Li”

Nicki Minaj’s Recent Opening Acts:

Nicki Minaj Concert Setlist Info

Nicki Minaj’s setlist for the Pink Friday 2 World Tour includes plenty of new additions between the nine live debuts featured during her March 1 opening night show in Oakland, California and unexpected mid-set performances by the likes of tour opener Monica and Tyga. More than one stop has included surprise appearances by Pink Friday 2 collaborators like Lourdiz and Tate Kobang to help the Harajuku Barbie out on their respective album cuts “Cowgirl” and “RNB.” Though she’s focused on highlighting her latest LP, Minaj is also indulging her Barbz with her biggest hits like “Starships,” “Moment 4 Life” and “Super Bass,” as well as new fan favorites like the Grammy-nominated Ice Spice and Aqua collaboration “Barbie World.” Minaj also crafted a special festival set for her headlining slot at Rolling Loud California in March and will do so again for Raleigh, North Carolina’s Dreamville Festival in April.

Below, find an average setlist of Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday 2 World Tour and check back for updated setlist information as the global trek makes its way across North America.

Nicki Minaj Pink Friday 2 World Tour Setlist:

Act 1:

  1. I’m the Best
  2. Barbie Dangerous
  3. FTCU
  4. Beep Beep
  5. Hard White
  6. Press Play
  7. Win Again
  8. We Go Up
  9. Big Difference
  10. Pink Birthday
  11. Feeling Myself
  12. Favorite
  13. Cowgirl
  14. RNB
  15. High School
  16. Needle
  17. Chun-Li
  18. Red Ruby Da Sleeze
  19. Barbie World
  20. Roman’s Revenge
  21. Monster (Ye cover)
  22. Fallin 4 U
  23. Right Thru Me
  24. Save Me
  25. Here I Am
  26. Let Me Calm Down
  27. Nicki Hendrix

Act 2:

  1. Super Freaky Girl
  2. Anaconda
  3. Pink Friday Girls
  4. Super Bass
  5. The Night Is Still Young
  6. Moment 4 Life
  7. Starships


  1. Everybody


How to Get Tickets for Nicki Minaj

Tickets for Nicki Minaj’s Pink Friday 2 World Tour are available via Ticketmaster. Standard Tickets are still available for many dates.

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