19 other dates of the Sweetener Tour

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Ariana Grande continues its long tour in the United States and adds a further 19 dates of his show. There are over 100 shows in North America

Expected to continue the success of Ariana Grande and his Sweetener Tour 2019. Indeed, they were announced the other 19 new dates of his show that will take place between 9 November and 21 December in the United States. A new instalment that arrives in great request, and which once again underlines the dramatic impact that the singer has had in the last few months. Ariana Grande will tour around 2019, but for now there is no space for Italy. The Sweetener Tour 2019 will continue between Canada and the United States until early August, then in September you will transfer to Europe and will be the main capitals of the continent until mid-October. After a short break, Ariana Grande will return to the tour with new dates just announced that will allow you to exceed 100 shows in North America only. A small disappointment for the Italian fans who are waiting for the artist from 2017 when he played in Rome and Turin with the “Dangerous Woman” Tour.

The new dates for the Sweetener Tour 2019

The hope is that the tour will continue to be updated in view of the next year with the chance to see Ariana Grande in Italy. The artist has never performed in our country in spite of the release of the album “Sweetener” and “Thank U, Next”. These are the dates in the programme between November and December 2019:

  • November 9, Nassau, NY – Nassau Memorial Coliseum
  • November 12 Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
  • 15 November-Charlottesville, VA – John Paul Jones Arena
  • November 17, Lexington, NY – Rupp Arena
  • November 19 Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena
  • November 22, Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena
  • November 24-Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
  • November 25-Orlando, FL – Amway Center
  • November 27 Miami, FL – American Airlines Arena
  • December 1-Jacksonville, FL – VyStar Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  • December 3 Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena
  • December 5 Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
  • December 7 Memphis, TN – FedEx Forum
  • December 9-Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
  • December 12 Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Arena
  • December 13 Anaheim, CA – Honda Center
  • December 15, Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena
  • December 17, San Francisco, CA – Chase Center
  • December 21, Los Angeles, CA – The Forum

The possible lineup of concerts

The tour in 2019 is in support of the album, “Sweetener”, released August 17, 2018, and “Thank u, next”, arrived on 8th February 2019. Since the first concert Ariana Grande has given life to a show rich with 29 tracks. This is the ladder followed by the artist during the concert in Albany, and that should reflect for the most part that will be performed in the upcoming concerts in the program:

  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,

Ariana Grande will be performing between August and October in Europe. Here are all the dates in the Old Continent:

  • 17 August, The O2 Arena – London
  • 19 August, The O2 Arena – London
  • August 23, Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • 24 August, Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • August 27, AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France
  • August 30, Sportpaleis Antwerpen – Antwerpen, Belgium
  • 1 September, Lanxess Arena – Cologne, Germany
  • 3 September, the Stadthalle – Vienna, Austria
  • 5 September, Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany
  • September 8, O2 Arena – Czech Republic
  • 9 September, Tauron Arena – Krakow, Poland
  • September 14, Arena Birmingham – Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • 17 September, The SSE Hydro – Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • September 19, FlyDSA Arena – Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • September 22, 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
  • 1 October, the Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 3 October, Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway
  • October 5, Hartwall Arena, HKI, Finland
  • October 7, Ericsson Globe – Stockholm, Sweden
  • 10 October, Mercedes-Benz-Arena – Berlin, Germany
  • October 13, Hallenstadion – Zurich, Switzerland