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Olivia Rodrigo will bring her 'Sour' tour to the Opry House in May

Olivia Rodrigo, the "Brutal" and "Good 4 U" pop singer, will play at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville on May 10, 2022, her first headlining engagement in Music City since the release of her smash album "Sour" earlier this year.

Tickets for Rodrigo's performance in the 4,400-person capacity room go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through axs.com. According to the ticketing page, attendees must present a negative COVID-19 test or proof of immunization before entering the music arena.

Olivia Rodrigo will bring her 'Sour' tour to the Opry House in May
Olivia Rodrigo

Holly Humberstone, a British performer, is there to support Rodrigo at the Opry House.

Her tour comes after Rodrigo, 18, rose to A-list pop stardom this year with "Sour," which gripped listeners with unassuming emotion on songs like the aforementioned "Good 4 U," as well as debut singles "Drivers License," "Deja Vu," and "Traitor."

The "Sour" tour will begin on April 2, 2022, in San Francisco and will end on July 7, 2022, in London. Rodrigo's tour takes him from coast to coast in the United States, as well as to Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, and the United Kingdom, among other places.

Rodrigo received seven Grammy nominations for "Sour" last month, including Best New Artist, Album, Record, and Song of the Year. Along with strong sales, the album has received year-end praise, with Rolling Stone and the New York Times naming it among the finest albums released in 2021.

And she isn't the only pop singer who will appear inside the theater most recognized for hosting country music's ongoing Grand Ole Opry show next spring. Lorde, the New Zealand hitmaker behind "Royals," "Liability," "Green Light," and other hits, will perform at the Opry House on April 3, 2022, as part of her "Solar Power" tour.

Tour dates for Olivia Rodrigo's 'Sour'

  • April 2: San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
  • April 5: Portland, OR, Theater of the Clouds
  • April 6: Seattle, WA, WAMU Theater
  • April 7: Vancouver, BC, Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
  • April 9: Salt Lake City, UT, UCCU Center
  • April 11 & 12: Denver, CO, Mission Ballroom
  • April 14: Minneapolis, MN, Armory
  • April 15 & 16: Chicago, IL, Aragon Ballroom
  • April 19: Milwaukee, WI, Eagles Ballroom
  • April 20: Chesterfield, MO, The Factory
  • April 22: Cincinnati, OH, The Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center
  • April 23: Detroit, MI, Masonic Temple Theatre
  • April 26 & 27: New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall
  • April 29 & 30: Toronto, ON, Massey Hall
  • May 3: Boston, MA, Roadrunner
  • May 4: Washington, DC, Anthem
  • May 6: Philadelphia, PA, The Met Philadelphia
  • May 7: Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia
  • May 9: Atlanta, GA, Coca-Cola Roxy
  • May 10: Nashville, TN, Grand Ole Opry House
  • May 12: Houston, TX, 713 Music Hall
  • May 13: Austin, TX, Moody Amphitheater
  • May 14: Irving, TX, Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
  • May 17: Phoenix, AZ, Arizona Federal Theatre
  • May 18: San Diego, CA, The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park
  • May 20: Las Vegas, NV, The Chelsea
  • May 21: Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl
  • May 24 & 25: Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
  • June 11: Hamburg, Germany, Stadtpark
  • June 13: Berlin, Germany, Verti Music Hall
  • June 15: Zurich, Switzerland, Halle 622
  • June 16: Milan, Italy, Fabrique
  • June 18: Cologne, Germany, Palladium
  • June 19: Brussels, Belgium, Forest National
  • June 21: Paris, France, Zénith
  • June 22: Amsterdam, Holland, AFAS Live
  • June 29: Cork, Ireland, Live At The Marquee
  • June 30: Dublin, Ireland, Fairview Park
  • July 2: Glasgow, UK, O2 Academy Glasgow
  • July 3: Manchester, UK, O2 Apollo Manchester
  • July 4: Birmingham, UK, O2 Academy Birmingham
  • July 6 & 7: London, UK, Eventim Apollo

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