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Ariana Grande is back with her fourth concert tour, The Sweetener World Tour. This 2019 tour comes in support of her 2018 Platinum album Sweetener(2018). In addition, Grande also released a 2019 mixtape titled "thank u, next" (2019) shortly before the tour kicks off in March of 2019. With The Sweetener Tour spanning 80 cities worldwide, over 100 individual shows, throughout 10 months, some may argue this is Ariana's largest tour to date.

Following the public breakup with comedian Pete Davidson, Grande went full superstar mode releasing a litany of chart topping singles. Between songs "thank u, next," "7 rings," and "break up with your girlfriend, I'm bored," Grande cemented herself as a voice for women everywhere. This impact can be clearly seen through the early success of her 2019 tour.

Demand for the 2019 Sweetener World Tour has been exemplified through the addition of second shows and her headlining Coachella performance. Due to popular demand, Grande added extra nights in major cities such as Miami, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Toronto (among others). After Kanye dropped out days before the Coachella lineup announcement, Coachella promoters scrambled to find a new headliner. Ariana was able to reschedule the first half of her tour to fill in for the April 14th and 21st dates of Coachella. Not only did Grande follow Beyonce as yet another female artist to headline the entire festival, she also became the youngest Coachella headliner ever at 25 years old.

The tour begins in March 18th, 2019 before culminating December 21st, 2019 in Inglewood, California. With many dates already sold out, it may be hard to come by cheap tickets for the Sweetener World Tour. However, with Ariana Grande as the biggest superstar touring this summer, this is not a tour you want to miss.

To purchase tickets or to see the most up-to-date pricing information, click a show listed in the Sweetener Tour Schedule.

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Sweetener Tour Schedule

  • 5
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, TN
    Thursday,
  • 7
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    FedEx Forum - Memphis, TN
    Saturday,
  • 9
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    American Airlines Center - TX - Dallas, TX
    Monday,
  • 12
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    Talking Stick Resort Arena - Phoenix, AZ
    Thursday,
  • 13
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    Honda Center - Anaheim, CA
    Friday,
  • 15
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV
    Sunday,
  • 17
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    Chase Center - San Francisco, CA
    Tuesday,
  • 18
    Dec
    Ariana Grande
    Chase Center - San Francisco, CA
    Wednesday,

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Road to Superstardom

The Sweetener World Tour is Ariana Grande's forth major tour. Not only is it her most recent tour, it's also Ariana's longest tour to date. She'll be on the road for 10 months in total with stops in 18 different countries between North America and Europe. As we get exited to catch Ariana on a stop during her 2019 tour, let's take a look back at her previous three treks.

Ariana Grande began her touring career with the 2013 Listening Sessions Tour. This tour was in support of her debut album, Yours Truly (2013), and featured stops in 10 US cities and Toronto, CA. During this first tour, Ariana played mainly theaters with capacties between 1,500 and 2,500. Despite being smaller in scale, this 11 show run made a huge impact. Ariana was able to completely sell out every single show and this Listening Sessions Tour proved she was well on her way to superstardom.

Following the release of her second studio album, My Everything (2014), Ariana Grande embarked on her second tour, The Honeymoon Tour. Not only did Ariana play 8x the amount of shows on this tour in comparison to the Listening Sessions, she was also singing in full on stadiums as compared to the theaters. One thing did stay the same. Ariana was selling out.. every... single... show. If the Listening Sessions hinted at her future success, The Honeymoon Tour cemented Grande as a full fledged pop-diva.

The last tour to take place before the Sweetener World Tour was the Dangerous Woman Tour in 2017. Despite Dangerous Woman (2016) being Ariana Grande's first album not to hit number-one in the US, singles "Side to Side," "Moonlight" and "Dangerous Woman" became immensely popular. Ariana once again sold out nearly every stop throughout multiple cities. The tour was halted during the middle of the 77 dates due to a terrorist bombing following Ariana's Manchester Arena show in England. Grande responded with one of the biggest moments of her career, holding the One Love Manchester benefit concert less than two weeks later.

Grande has proved tour after tour that she's only just getting started and the Sweetener World Tour is sure to be a new high.

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