Ariana Grande has announced a tour for 2019 beginning in March in North America and ending in September in Sheffield. Grande has continuously updated European fans on the details of a tour, promising hem she was working on the announcement. She announced the tour on Twitter captioned ‘Europe’ followed by a love heart.
She will kick off her Europe tour in London next August, before returning a month later for dates in Birmingham, Glasgow, Sheffield and Dublin. Currently there are no Manchester shows included in the dates however, Grande confirmed that special plans were underway for her return.
On an Instagram post she wrote: ‘Manchester is not on the this initial list because we are planning a special show. We need a bit more time getting things together before we can announce that date but we are of course coming and we love you.’
This year has been a great year of music for Ariana Grande, returning for a fantastic song ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ and a number of other songs. Including a big collaboration with Nicki Minaj releasing a song called ‘Bed’. As well her songs, she has also had a huge success with her new album ‘Sweetener’ so to take it on tour will be a huge success.
At just 25 years old, Ariana has delivered three platinum selling albums and has got more that 18 billion streams in addition to winning four Grammy Award nominations. She also landed herself eight hits in the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and was also named Billboard’s WOTY 2018.
Tickets are on sale now but many of them have sold out rather quickly, but some seating tickets are still available and you can check their availability here.
August 17: The O2 Arena – London
August 23: Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands
August 27: AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France
August 30: Sportpaleis Antwerpen – Antwerpen, Belgium
September 1: Lanxess Arena – Köln, Germany
September 3: Stadthalle – Vienna, Austria
September 5: Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany
September 8: O2 arena – Czech Republic
September 9: Tauron Arena – Kraków, Poland
September 14: Arena Birmingham – Birmingham, United Kingdom
September 17: The SSE Hydro – Glasgow, United Kingdom
September 19: FlyDSA Arena – Sheffield, United Kingdom
September 22: 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
October 1: Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark
October 3: Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway
October 5: Hartwall Arena – HKI, Finland
October 7: Ericsson Globe – Stockholm, Sweden
October 10: Mercedes-Benz-Arena – Berlin, Germany
October 13: Hallenstadion – Zürich, Switzerland