Olivia Rodrigo Announces 2022 World Tour Supporting Breakout Debut Album ‘Sour’ (Details/Dates)


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2021 was a gigantic year for Olivia Rodrigo, the young singer/songwriter who released her debut album, Sour, in May on the strength of the global smash-hit singles “Drivers License” and “Good 4 U” — and now, finally, she’s officially announced a headline tour in support of the record.

Obviously, demand will be sky-high for this tour, her first as a solo artist. Ticketmaster Verified registration is up now and concludes on Dec. 7 — click here for more information.

The tour was officially announced on Monday and will see Holly Humberstone, Gracie Abrams and Baby Queen split special guest duties.

The schedule:

4/02 – San Francisco, CA Bill Graham Civic Auditorium @
4/05 – Portland, OR Theater of the Clouds @
4/06 – Seattle, WA WAMU Theater @
4/07 – Vancouver, BC Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre @
4/09 – Salt Lake City, UT UCCU Center @
4/11 – Denver, CO Mission Ballroom @
4/12 – Denver, CO Mission Ballroom @
4/14 – Minneapolis, MN Armory @
4/15 – Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom @
4/16 – Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom @
4/19 – Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom @
4/20 – Chesterfield, MO The Factory @
4/22 – Cincinnati, OH The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center @
4/23 – Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Theatre @
4/26 – New York, NY Radio City Music Hall !
4/27 – New York, NY Radio City Music Hall !
4/29 – Toronto, ON Massey Hall !
4/30 – Toronto, ON Massey Hall !
5/03 – Boston, MA Roadrunner !
5/04 – Washington, DC Anthem !
5/06 – Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia !
5/07 – Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia !
5/09 – Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy !
5/10 – Nashville, TN Grand Ole Opry House !
5/13 – Austin, TX Moody Amphitheater !
5/14 – Irving, TX Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory !
5/17 – Phoenix, AZ Arizona Federal Theatre !
5/18 – San Diego, CA The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park !
5/20 – Las Vegas, NV The Chelsea !
5/21 – Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl !
5/24 – Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre !
5/25 – Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre !
6/11 – Hamburg, DE Stadtpark #
6/13 – Berlin, DE Verti Music Hall #
6/15 – Zurich, CH Halle 622 #
6/16 – Milan, IT Fabrique #
6/18 – Cologne, DE Palladium #
6/19 – Brussels, BE Forest National #
6/21 – Paris, FR Zénith #
6/22 – Amsterdam, NL AFAS Live #
6/29 – Cork, IE Live at the Marquee #
6/30 – Dublin, IE Fairview Park #
7/02 – Glasgow, UK O2 Academy Glasgow #
7/03 – Manchester, UK  O2 Apollo Manchester #
7/04 – Birmingham, UK O2 Academy Birmingham #
7/06 – London, UK Eventim Apollo #
7/07 – London, UK Eventim Apollo #

@ = w/ Gracie Abrams
! = w/ Holly Humberstone
# = w/ Baby Queen

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To recap Olivia Rodrigo’s rapid ascent:

Her debut single, “Drivers License,” landed in January 2021. The track’s success made her the youngest artist to debut atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it stayed for eight weeks.

“Good 4 U” also hit No. 1 in multiple countries, another smash-hit success from Sour — which became the first debut album in history to generate two No. 1 debuts on the Billboard Hot 100.

“Brutal,” meanwhile, is the track that generated some plagiarism claims levied at Rodrigo and her songwriting team, which includes producer/co-writer Dan Nigro, formerly of the Long Island indie band As Tall As Lions.

Some said the main riff is a bit too reminiscent of Elvis Costello’s “Pump It Up,” but the legendary songwriter/singer quickly refuted such claims with a thumbs-up:



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