Olivia Rodrigo, the 18-year-old pop sensation whose groundbreaking song “drivers license” is one of the biggest hits of 2021, will hit the road next year for her first world concert tour. It opens on April 2 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco and ends on July 7 at the Eventim Apollo in London.
The tour for Murrieta native and Disney TV star Rodrigo includes a performance on May 18 at Rady Shell in Jacobs Park, the new amphitheater on San Diego Bay, valued at $ 85 million.
The first parts of the tour are all made up of young singer-songwriters: Gracie Abrams (April 2-23); Holly Humberstone (April 25-May 25) and Baby Queen (June 11-July 7). Abrams is 22, Humberstone is 21, and Baby Queen (real name: Arabella Latham) is 24.
Rodrigo’s Monday morning tour announcement comes just two weeks after she won seven Grammy nominations. Four of her nominations are in the most prestigious Grammy categories: Album of the Year (for “Sour”); Best New Artist; and – both for the “driving license” – Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
After its release, the “Driver’s License” in January broke Spotify’s record at the time for most streams in a week. By mid-November, it had been aired over 1.1 billion times. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for eight straight weeks.
A Ticketmaster Verified Fan Sale is open now until 11:59 p.m. Tuesday PST. Fans who sign up for the Verified Fan Sale will receive a purchase code on Thursday.
Any tickets not purchased through Verified Fan Sale will go on sale to the public on Friday at 10 a.m. oliviarodrigo.com. However, the likelihood that not all tickets will be sold through Verified Fan Sale is extremely low.
All tickets for Rodrigo’s concert in San Diego are general admission without reservation. They are priced at $ 49.50 each, plus a service charge. The concert is produced by AEG / Goldenvoice, which rents The Shell to the San Diego Symphony.
Olivia Rodrigo “Sour” Tour 2022 Dates
April 2: San Francisco, California, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
April 5: Portland, OR, Cloud Theater
April 6: Seattle, WA, WAMU Theater
April 7: Vancouver, BC, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center
April 9: Salt Lake City, UT, UCCU Center
April 11 and 12: Denver, CO, Mission Ballroom
April 14: Minneapolis, MN, Armory
April 15 and 16: Chicago, Illinois, Aragon Ballroom
April 19: Milwaukee, WI, Eagles Ballroom
April 20: Chesterfield, MO, The Factory
April 22: Cincinnati, OH, The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center
April 23: Detroit, MI, Masonic Temple Theater
April 26 and 27: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
April 29 and 30: Toronto, ON, Massey Hall
May 3: Boston, MA, Roadrunner
May 4: Washington, DC, Anthem
May 6: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Met Philadelphia
May 7: Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia
May 9: Atlanta, Georgia, Coca-Cola Roxy
May 10: Nashville, Tennessee, Grand Ole Opry House
May 13: Austin, Texas, Moody Amphitheater
May 14: Irving, Texas, Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
May 17: Phoenix, AZ, Arizona Federal Theater
May 18: San Diego, California, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park
May 20: Las Vegas, NV, The Chelsea
May 21: Santa Barbara, California, Santa Barbara Bowl
May 24 and 25: Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theater
June 11: Hamburg, Germany, Stadtpark
June 13: Berlin, Germany, Verti Music Hall
June 15: Zurich, Switzerland, Halle 622
June 16: Milan, Italy, Factory
June 18: Cologne, Germany, Palladium
June 19: Brussels, Belgium, Forest National
June 21: Paris, France, Zénith
June 22: Amsterdam, Netherlands, AFAS Live
June 29: Cork, Ireland, Live At The Marquee
June 30: Dublin, Ireland, Fairview Park
July 2: Glasgow, UK, O2 Academy Glasgow
July 3: Manchester, UK, O2 Apollo Manchester
July 4: Birmingham, UK, O2 Academy Birmingham
July 6 and 7: London, UK, Eventim Apollo