Ariana Grande opens up about world tour


Ariana Grande is opening up to fans about her mental health efforts and the impact they have on her Sweetener World Tour schedule. Grande took to Twitter to reveal the new dates added to her tour, which are all in the United States. While the 25-year-old Thank U, Next singer had already announced that she’d be announcing the second North American leg of the tour, some fans felt slighted by the fact that she didn’t have nearly as many stops in Europe as she did in the US. Grande responded earnestly to the critique, explaining, the truth is: European leg is going to be a big step. Grande also said that, while there are no plans on expanding tour dates in Europe, or America for that matter, at this point in time, there’s always the possibility that it could happen in the future. To Grande’s credit, the Sweetener World Tour includes 31 stops throughout Europe beginning on Aug. 17 with three shows at The O2 Arena in London, England, where the European leg will also conclude with two additional shows on October 15 and 16. Grande will also be returning to Manchester, England, on August 25, just over two years after the horrific Manchester Arena Bombing in May 2017, when a terrorist attack immediately following Grande’s performance killed 23 people and left 139 other injured.— VoM

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