Ariana Grande Is Officially Going On Her "Sweetener" Tour And She Will Be Performing In 4 Canadian Cities
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2018 has been a crazy year for Ariana Grande but it looks like aand can't hold this pop star down. While Grande said that her heart needed to go on tour on Twitter earlier this month, fans have been patiently waiting for her to drop the official announcement revealing her "Sweetener" tour stops.
The day is finally upon us and Grande revealed her plans for her next world tour. The first leg will be in North America and the concert dates show that she will have not one, not two, but actually four shows in Canada for her fans up north!
Grande will be stopping off in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, and BC so no matter where you are in the country you can make sure that you don't miss the Sweetener tour.
The pop star will be starting her Canadian performances in Montreal on April 1st, before heading to Toronto's Scotiabank Arena on April 3rd. Fans in Alberta will have to wait until April 23rd for Grande to perform at Edmonton's Rogers Arena and then she will perform in Vancouver on April 27th.
Pre-sale tickets for American Express credit card holders will be on sale on November 1st until the 3rd. Meanwhile, the rest of us (mere mortals) will have to wait until November 4th to get our first shot at buying tickets for the North American part of her tour.
That being said, it's clearly going to be an epic performance, especially considering Grande herself said she needed to go on tour. It's nice to see that she's taking all the heart-ache from this difficult year and channelling it into her art!