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Sweetener World Tour
Tour by Ariana Grande
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Associated albums
Start dateMarch 18, 2019 (2019-03-18)
End dateDecember 21, 2019 (2019-12-21)
Legs3
No. of shows
  • 70 in North America
  • 31 in Europe
  • 101 in total
Ariana Grande concert chronology

The Sweetener World Tour is the fourth concert tour by American singer Ariana Grande, in support of her fourth and fifth studio albums, Sweetener (2018)[1][2] and Thank U, Next (2019).[3] The tour began on March 18, 2019 in Albany, New York, and is set to conclude on December 21, 2019 in Inglewood, California.[4][5]

Background

On May 6, 2018, Grande finally hinted at a tour via her official Twitter account,[6] shortly after announcing the title for her upcoming album on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[7] Three months later, she announced there were plans for a tour, stating that her team were "workin [sic] on it all now".[8] Grande embarked to a promotional concert tour for Sweetener, The Sweetener Sessions, which began on August 20, 2018, in New York City, United States and ended on September 4, 2018, in London, England.[9][10] Tour passes were also made available via her official website shortly after.[11] Grande announced the title of the tour as the "Sweetener World Tour" on October 24, 2018, announcing its North American dates a day later.[12]

The first leg of the tour is set to visit 40 cities across North America, beginning on March 18, 2019, in Albany and concluding on August 4, 2019, at Lollapalooza.[1] Pre-sale for the tickets for the first leg of the tour took place between November 1 and November 3, 2018.[2] On November 5, 2018, tickets were opened to the general public, and Grande announced Normani and Social House as her opening acts.[13] On December 10, 2018, due to popular demand, second shows were added in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Brooklyn, New York City, Washington, D.C., Boston, Philadelphia, and Toronto.[14] On January 14, 2019, the shows in Chicago, Indianapolis, Columbus, Milwaukee, St. Louis, Saint Paul, Denver and Salt Lake City were rescheduled and the shows in Omaha and Raleigh were cancelled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 14 and April 21, 2019, and a new show was added in Las Vegas.[15][16] On May 28, 2019, the shows in Tampa and Orlando were rescheduled due to illness.[5]

On December 14, 2018, Grande announced the European dates for the tour. A special show is being planned in Manchester.[17] The second leg of the tour is set to visit 20 cities across Europe, beginning on August 17, 2019, in London and concluding on October 13, 2019, in Zürich. Pre-sale for the tickets for the second leg of the tour took place between December 19 and December 21, 2018, for the United Kingdom, and between December 18 and December 20, 2018, for all other dates. On December 20, 2018, tickets were opened to the general public (excluding the United Kingdom), and due to popular demand, additional shows were added in Amsterdam, Paris and Dublin.[18] On December 21, 2018, tickets were opened to the general public in the United Kingdom, and due to popular demand, additional shows were added in London and Birmingham.[19] On February 25, 2019, due to popular demand, additional shows were added in Hamburg and Dublin.[20] On March 5, 2019, Grande announced that Ella Mai would be the opening act for the European leg of the tour.[21] On June 11, 2019, due to popular demand, additional shows were added in London.[22]

On June 20, 2019, Grande announced another North American leg of the tour. It is set to visit 19 cities across the United States, including the rescheduled Tampa and Orlando shows, beginning on November 9, 2019, in Uniondale and concluding on December 21, 2019, in Inglewood. Pre-sale for the tickets for the third leg of the tour will take place between June 26 and June 30, 2019.[3]

Critical reception

The tour has received highly positive reviews from critics. Brittany Spanos from Rolling Stone gave the opening night at Albany a positive review, stating that "Grande's new world tour is full of emotional drama, iconic looks, and undeniable hits". Spanos also commented on Grande's looks, stating that "fewer and fewer young stars today have the kind of distinctive aesthetic that can be reproduced en masse by fans, but Grande has dedicated years to perfecting how she has presented herself. In 2019, it seems the world has finally caught up to her. Or, as her frequent collaborator and friend Nicki Minaj predicted on “Side to Side” three years ago: “Ariana run pop."[23] Chris Richards of the Washington Post gave a positive review to Grande's show in Washington D.C, stating that "Ariana Grande reached the height of her fame by making heavy feel light". He praised her vocals stating that "Grande's voice is equal parts breathy and acrobatic, and she knows how to hit a big note like she's whispering it".[24] Chris Willman of Variety praised Grande's two night show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, calling the show "giddy, splendorous, beautifully designed, expertly performed and almost a little bit avant-garde in its staging". He also stated that it was "much more than at Coachella, her visually experimental Staples stop was revealed as a thing of inventive beauty, not to mention expertly sung fun."[25]

Grande's headlining performance at the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was praised by critics, with many praising her vocals, visuals, and guest appearances, particularly the appearance of NSYNC. Shad Powers of USA Today stated that "Grande closed out Weekend One of Coachella in style, putting together a set that included special guests, stunning visuals, and of course her undeniable voice."[26] Rhian Daly of NME called her set "a breathtaking moment of light in a dark world". She also stated that, after the end of the set, "the feeling was already mutual long before Grande took to the stage but [...] its foundations are more solid than ever".[27] In another positive review, Ben Beaumont-Thomas of The Guardian stated that "with her headline set surveying her entire career, [Grande's] work forms a fascinating, still-unfolding pop Bildungsroman: every sexual epiphany and personal milestone sketched out in real time, resulting in a uniquely involving opus. You can see why she is such an icon to a generation who also tell their own stories in public, via Snapchat and Instagram."[28] Claire Shaffer from Rolling Stone stated that "Grande gave a star-studded headlining performance",[29] naming NSYNC's guest appearance as one of the best moments of the 2019 Coachella. Suzy Exposito continued, "Grande became one of the boys that night, claiming Timberlake’s verses from the center stage and whipping her lustrous, anime pony like a boss."[30] Lyndsey Havens of Billboard called Grande's set "epic" and stated that she "continues to rewrite the rule book for pop stardom and admittedly fosters a new relationship with herself." She praised Grande's collaboration with NSYNC, stating "all together with Grande, they delivered well-practiced choreography, sang the track she samples with her filling in for Timberlake and finally ended with "Tearin' Up My Heart."[31]

Set list

This set list is representative of the concert on March 18, 2019.[32] It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Raindrops (An Angel Cried)"
  2. "God Is a Woman"
  3. "Bad Idea"
  4. "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored"
  5. "R.E.M"
  6. "Be Alright"
  7. "Sweetener"
  8. "Successful"
  9. "Side to Side"
  10. "Bloodline"
  11. "7 Rings"
  12. "Love Me Harder"
  13. "Breathin"
  14. "Needy"
  15. "Fake Smile"
  16. "Make Up"
  17. "Right There"
  18. "You'll Never Know"
  19. "Break Your Heart Right Back"
  20. "NASA"
  21. "Goodnight n Go"
  22. "Everytime"
  23. "One Last Time"
  24. "The Light Is Coming"
  25. "Into You"
  26. "Dangerous Woman"
  27. "Break Free"
  28. "No Tears Left to Cry"
  29. "Thank U, Next"

Notes:

  • During the first show in Boston, Grande performed "Rule the World" with 2 Chainz.[33]
  • During the first show in Washington, D.C., Grande performed an unreleased song titled "Got Her Own" with Victoria Monét.[34]
  • During the show in Montreal, the second show in Los Angeles, and the first shows in Inglewood and Las Vegas, Grande performed "Monopoly" with Victoria Monét.[35]
  • During the first show at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Grande performed "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" and "Tearin' Up My Heart" with NSYNC, "Side to Side" and "Bang Bang" with Nicki Minaj, and "Mo Money Mo Problems" with Diddy and Mase. "Successful", "Bloodline", "Fake Smile", "Make Up", "You'll Never Know", "Everytime", and "One Last Time" were not performed.[36]
  • During the second show at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Grande performed "Bang Bang", and "Sorry" with Justin Bieber. "Successful", "Bloodline", "Fake Smile", "Make Up", "You'll Never Know", "Goodnight n Go", "Everytime", and "One Last Time" were not performed.[37]
  • Starting with the show in Edmonton, "One Last Time" was removed from the set list.[38]
  • Starting with the show in Phoenix, "Goodnight n Go" was removed from the set list and replaced with "Get Well Soon".[39]
  • During the show in Charlotte, Grande performed "Tattooed Heart" and "Piano".[40]

Shows

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, number of available tickets and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America[3][4][15][41]
March 18, 2019 Albany United States Times Union Center Normani
Social House
11,432 / 11,432 $1,268,045
March 20, 2019 Boston TD Garden 13,125 / 13,125 $1,670,045
March 22, 2019 Buffalo KeyBank Center 14,459 / 14,459 $1,470,630
March 25, 2019 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 13,598 / 13,598 $1,832,776
March 26, 2019 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 14,787 / 14,787 $1,799,863
March 28, 2019 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 14,763 / 14,763 $1,554,750
March 30, 2019 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 7,097 / 7,097 $1,112,692
April 1, 2019 Montreal Canada Bell Centre 14,620 / 15,643 $1,440,460
April 3, 2019 Toronto Scotiabank Arena 14,663 / 14,663 $1,565,703
April 5, 2019 Detroit United States Little Caesars Arena 13,698 / 13,698 $1,508,715
April 14, 2019[a] Indio Empire Polo Club N/A N/A N/A
April 21, 2019[a]
April 25, 2019 Edmonton Canada Rogers Place Normani
Social House
13,947 / 13,947 $1,493,948
April 27, 2019 Vancouver Rogers Arena 14,636 / 14,636 $1,617,978
April 30, 2019 Portland United States Moda Center 13,692 / 13,692 $1,469,277
May 2, 2019 San Jose SAP Center 13,605 / 13,605 $1,730,098
May 3, 2019 Sacramento Golden 1 Center 13,886 / 13,886 $1,737,905
May 6, 2019 Los Angeles Staples Center 27,916 / 27,916 $3,277,659
May 7, 2019
May 10, 2019 Inglewood The Forum 14,417 / 14,417 $2,149,419
May 11, 2019 Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena 15,194 / 15,194 $1,555,349
May 14, 2019 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena 13,343 / 13,343 $1,492,678
May 17, 2019 San Antonio AT&T Center 14,860 / 14,860 $1,678,465
May 19, 2019 Houston Toyota Center 12,483 / 12,483 $1,602,420
May 21, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center 14,262 / 14,262 $1,601,901
May 23, 2019 Oklahoma City Chesapeake Energy Arena 12,668 / 12,668 $1,347,629
May 25, 2019 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 12,889 / 12,889 $1,376,994
May 31, 2019 Miami American Airlines Arena
June 1, 2019
June 4, 2019[b] Chicago United Center
June 5, 2019[b]
June 7, 2019 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
June 8, 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena
June 10, 2019 Charlotte Spectrum Center
June 12, 2019 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena Social House[c]
June 14, 2019 Brooklyn Barclays Center Normani
Social House
June 15, 2019
June 18, 2019 New York City Madison Square Garden
June 19, 2019
June 21, 2019 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
June 22, 2019 Boston TD Garden
June 24, 2019 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
June 26, 2019 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena
June 29, 2019[d] Indianapolis United States Bankers Life Fieldhouse
July 1, 2019[e] Columbus Schottenstein Center
July 5, 2019[f] Milwaukee Fiserv Forum
July 6, 2019[g] St. Louis Enterprise Center
July 8, 2019[h] Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
July 11, 2019[i] Denver Pepsi Center
July 13, 2019[j] Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena
August 4, 2019[k] Chicago Grant Park N/A N/A N/A
Europe[3][18][22][43]
August 17, 2019 London England The O2 Arena Ella Mai
August 19, 2019
August 20, 2019
August 23, 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
August 24, 2019
August 25, 2019[l] Manchester England Mayfield N/A N/A N/A
August 27, 2019 Paris France AccorHotels Arena Ella Mai
August 28, 2019
August 30, 2019 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
September 1, 2019 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena
September 3, 2019 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
September 5, 2019 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena
September 8, 2019 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
September 9, 2019 Kraków Poland Tauron Arena
September 11, 2019 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome
September 14, 2019 Birmingham England Arena Birmingham
September 15, 2019
September 17, 2019 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro
September 19, 2019 Sheffield England FlyDSA Arena
September 22, 2019 Dublin Ireland 3Arena
September 23, 2019
September 25, 2019
September 28, 2019 Hamburg Germany Barclaycard Arena
October 1, 2019 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena
October 3, 2019 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena
October 5, 2019 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
October 7, 2019 Stockholm Sweden Ericsson Globe
October 10, 2019 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
October 13, 2019 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
October 15, 2019 London England The O2 Arena
October 16, 2019
North America[3][5]
November 9, 2019 Uniondale United States Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum TBA
November 12, 2019 Brooklyn Barclays Center
November 15, 2019 Charlottesville John Paul Jones Arena
November 17, 2019 Lexington Rupp Arena
November 19, 2019 Atlanta State Farm Arena
November 22, 2019 Raleigh PNC Arena
November 24, 2019[m] Tampa Amalie Arena
November 25, 2019[n] Orlando Amway Center
November 27, 2019 Miami American Airlines Arena
December 1, 2019 Jacksonville VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
December 3, 2019 Columbia Colonial Life Arena
December 5, 2019 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
December 7, 2019 Memphis FedExForum
December 9, 2019 Dallas American Airlines Center
December 12, 2019 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena
December 13, 2019 Anaheim Honda Center
December 15, 2019 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
December 17, 2019 San Francisco Chase Center
December 21, 2019 Inglewood The Forum
Total

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
April 18, 2019 Omaha United States CHI Health Center Omaha Schedule changes due to
Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival[15]
June 4, 2019 Raleigh PNC Arena

Notes

  1. ^ a b The concerts on April 14 and April 21, 2019, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio are part of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[3]
  2. ^ a b The concerts on June 4 and June 5, 2019, at United Center in Chicago were originally scheduled to take place on April 7 and April 8, 2019, but were rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  3. ^ Following doctor's orders, Normani was unable to perform at the Pittsburgh show.[42]
  4. ^ The concert on June 29, 2019, at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis was originally scheduled to take place on April 12, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  5. ^ The concert on July 1, 2019, at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus was originally scheduled to take place on April 10, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  6. ^ The concert on July 5, 2019, at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee was originally scheduled to take place on April 15, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  7. ^ The concert on July 6, 2019, at Enterprise Center in St. Louis was originally scheduled to take place on April 13, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  8. ^ The concert on July 8, 2019, at Xcel Energy Center in Saint Paul was originally scheduled to take place on April 17, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  9. ^ The concert on July 11, 2019, at Pepsi Center in Denver was originally scheduled to take place on April 20, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  10. ^ The concert on July 13, 2019, at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City was originally scheduled to take place on April 22, 2019, but was rescheduled due to Grande headlining the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.[15]
  11. ^ The concert on August 4, 2019, at Grant Park in Chicago is part of Lollapalooza.[3]
  12. ^ The concert on August 25, 2019, at Mayfield in Manchester is part of Manchester Pride.[43]
  13. ^ The concert on November 24, 2019, at Amalie Arena in Tampa was originally scheduled to take place on May 28, 2019, but was recheduled due to illness.[5]
  14. ^ The concert on November 25, 2019, at Amway Center in Orlando was originally scheduled to take place on May 29, 2019, but was rescheduled due to illness.[5]

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