Although Olivia Rodrigo is one of the most popular musical artists in the world, her 2022 “Sour Tour” will be the first time she makes headlines on the road.
Rodrigo, 18, erupted in 2021 with the release of his album “Sour” which featured the single “Driver’s License” which was Spotify’s most played song of the year. Rodrigo has just been named Artist of the Year 2021 by Time Magazine.
After appearances at the MTV Video Music Awards, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and the Austin City Limits Music Festival, a true tour to fully showcase Rodrigo’s talents seemed inevitable.
Now it’s here.
If you’re hoping to see Rodrigo live on his first tour, which includes stops in New York City (April 26 and 27) and Philadelphia (May 6 and 7), here’s everything you need to know.
Where can I buy tickets to attend an Olivia Rodrigo concert?
Sour Tour tickets are available on all major platforms such as StubHub, Vivid Seats, Ticketmaster, SeatGeek and MegaSeats.
Where is Olivia Rodrigo going on tour in 2022?
The seven-time Grammy nominee will perform across North America in April and May. Then Rodrigo will cross the pond for a European summer where she will perform in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, the Netherlands and the UK.
The full tour program is available here.
If you are looking for the North American concert closest to you, we have all the shows listed with dates, locations and information on where to buy tickets below.
- April 2 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California
- April 5 at the Theater of the Cloud in Portland, Oregon
- April 6 at the WAMU Theater in Seattle, Washington
- April 7 at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Center in Vancouver, Canada
- April 9 at the UCCU Center in Salt Lake City, Utah
- April 11 at the Mission Ballroom in Denver, Colorado
- April 12 at the Mission Ballroom in Denver, Colorado
- April 14 at the Armory in Minneapolis, Minnesota
- April 15 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois
- April 16 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois
- April 19 at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- April 20 at The Factory in Chesterfield, Missouri
- April 22 at the Andrew J Brady Icon Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio
- April 23 at the Masonic Temple Theater in Detroit, Michigan
- April 26 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, New York
- April 27 at Radio City Music Hall in New York, New York
- April 29 at Massey Hall in Toronto, Canada
- April 30 at Massey Hall in Toronto, Canada
- May 3 at Roadrunner in Boston, Massachusetts
- May 4 at the anthem in Washington DC
- May 6 at the Met Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- May 7 at the Met Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- May 9 at Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia
- May 10 at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee
- May 12 at Music Hall in Houston, Texas
- May 13 at the Moody Amphitheater in Austin, Texas
- May 14 at the Toyota Music Factory Pavilion in Irving, Texas
- May 17 at the Arizona Federal Theater in Phoenix, Arizona
- May 18 at the Rady Shell in Jacobs Park in San Diego, California
- May 20 at the Chelsea in Las Vegas, Nevada
- May 21 at the Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara, California
- May 24 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California
- May 25 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles, California
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