The queue for Olivia Rodrigo’s last US concert of her “Sour” tour in San Francisco stretched the length of the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – twice – and the length of City Hall on Friday evening.
This was, in part, by design. Picture this: The defining pop star of this young decade booked what is essentially an oversized high school theater to perform her world-conquering debut album “Sour,” all so she wouldn’t.”skip all stepsin her already accelerated journey to pop stardom. (In other cities, she booked even smaller venues, like the 5,900-seat Greek Theater in Los Angeles.)
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