Feb 23, 2024 - Business

What to know about Olivia Rodrigo's Guts World Tour

Olivia Rodrigo performs on stage.

Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images for The Recording Academy

Olivia Rodrigo is about to kick off her second and biggest world tour yet on Friday.

Why it matters: Tickets for the 21-year-old's Guts World Tour, which supports her 2023 chart-topping album of the same name, are in high demand.

  • The 77-date trek will visit parts of North America and Europe, including New York, Chicago, London and Paris.

The intrigue: Rodrigo's 2022 Sour Tour visited theaters and concert halls. This time around she steps up to arenas.

  • Opening acts will include The Breeders, PinkPantheress, Chappell Roan and Remi Wolf.

What we're watching: Rodrigo is more than a torch singer.

  • She tours with a full band and is capable of fiery performances reminiscent of her influences, such as Paramore and Alanis Morissette.

If you go: Tickets are sold out at most venues but available on secondary markets like Vivid Seats and StubHub for between $130 to $250.

Guts Tour U.S. dates:

  • Feb. 23 – Palm Springs, California (Acrisure Arena)
  • Feb. 24 – Phoenix (Footprint Center)
  • Feb. 27 – Houston (Toyota Center)
  • Feb. 28 – Austin, Texas (Moody Center)
  • March 1 – Dallas (American Airlines Center)
  • March 2 – New Orleans (Smoothie King Center)
  • March 5 – Orlando, Florida @ Amway Center)
  • March 6 – Miami (Kaseya Center)
  • March 8 – Charlotte, North Carolina (Spectrum Center)
  • March 9 – Nashville, Tennessee (Bridgestone Arena)
  • March 12 – St. Louis (Enterprise Center)
  • March 13 – Omaha, Nebraska (CHI Health Center)
  • March 15 – St. Paul, Minnesota (Xcel Energy Center)
  • March 16 – Milwaukee (Fiserv Forum)
  • March 19 & 20 – Chicago (United Center)
  • March 22 – Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
  • March 23 – Detroit (Little Caesars Arena)
  • April 1 & 2 – Boston (TD Garden)
  • April 5, 6, 8 & 9 – New York (Madison Square Garden)
  • July 19 – Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
  • July 20 – Washington, D.C. (Capital One Arena)
  • July 23 – Atlanta (State Farm Arena)
  • July 24 – Lexington, Kentucky (Rupp Arena)
  • July 26 – Kansas City, Missouri (T-Mobile Center)
  • July 27 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Paycom Center)
  • July 30 – Denver (Ball Arena)
  • July 31 – Salt Lake City (Delta Center)
  • Aug. 2 & 3 – San Francisco (Chase Center)
  • Aug. 6 & 7 – Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
  • Aug. 10 – Portland, Oregon (Moda Center)
  • Aug. 13, 14, 16 & 17 – Los Angeles (Kia Forum)
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