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Olivia Rodrigo announces 2022 ‘Sour’ tour, including San Diego concert. Here are all the dates

Teen-pop star Olivia Rodrigo speaks at the beginning of the July 14 daily briefing at the White House
Teen-pop star Olivia Rodrigo speaks at the beginning of the July 14 daily briefing at the White House, where she appeared to film a video to promote vaccines. Her first world tour will include a May concert in San Diego at Rady Shell at Jacobs Park.
(Susan Walsh / Associated Press)

The 18-year-old, Murrieta-born Disney TV star-turned-pop-music-sensation was nominated for seven Grammy Awards last month

Olivia Rodrigo, the 18-year-old pop sensation whose breakthrough song “drivers license” is one of the biggest hits of 2021, will hit the road next year on her first world concert tour. It opens April 2 at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and concludes July 7 at London’s Eventim Apollo.

The tour by Rodrigo, a Murrieta native and Disney TV star, includes a May 18 performance at Rady Shell at Jacobs Park, the San Diego Symphony’s new, $85 million bayside amphitheater.

The opening acts for the tour are all young women 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.

The Monday morning announcement of Rodrigo’s tour comes barely two weeks after she earned seven Grammy Award nominations. Four of her nominations are in the most prestigious Grammy categories: Album of the Year (for “Sour”); Best New Artist; and — both for “drivers license” — Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

Following its release, “drivers license” in January broke Spotify’s record at the time for the most streams in one week. As of mid-November, it has been streamed more than 1.1 billion times. The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for eight consecutive weeks.

A Ticketmaster verified fan sale is open now through 11:59 p.m. Tuesday PST. Fans who sign up for the verified fan sale will be sent a purchase code on Thursday.

Any tickets not purchased through the verified fan sale will go on sale to the public Friday at 10 a.m. oliviarodrigo.com. However, the likelihood that all of the tickets won’t be sold via the verified fan sale is extremely slim.

All tickets for Rodrigo’s San Diego concert are unreserved general admission. They are priced at $49.50 each, plus service charges. The concert is being produced by AEG/Goldenvoice, which is renting The Shell from the San Diego Symphony.

Olivia Rodrigo “Sour” 2022 tour dates

April 2: San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

April 5: Portland, OR, Theater of the Clouds

April 6: Seattle, WA, WAMU Theater

April 7: Vancouver, BC, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre

April 9: Salt Lake City, UT, UCCU Center

April 11 & 12: Denver, CO, Mission Ballroom

April 14: Minneapolis, MN, Armory

April 15 & 16: Chicago, IL, 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 Theatre

April 26 & 27: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall

April 29 & 30: Toronto, ON, Massey Hall

May 3: Boston, MA, Roadrunner

May 4: Washington, DC, Anthem

May 6: Philadelphia, PA, The Met Philadelphia

May 7: Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia

May 9: Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Roxy

May 10: Nashville, TN, Grand Ole Opry House

May 13: Austin, TX, Moody Amphitheater

May 14: Irving, TX, Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

May 17: Phoenix, AZ, Arizona Federal Theatre

May 18: San Diego, CA, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park

May 20: Las Vegas, NV, The Chelsea

May 21: Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl

May 24 & 25: Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre

June 11: Hamburg, Germany, Stadtpark

June 13: Berlin, Germany, Verti Music Hall

June 15: Zurich, Switzerland, Halle 622

June 16: Milan, Italy, Fabrique

June 18: Cologne, Germany, Palladium

June 19: Brussels, Belgium, Forest National

June 21: Paris, France, Zénith

June 22: Amsterdam, Holland, 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 & 7: London, UK, Eventim Apollo


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