Olivia Rodrigo announces tour for 2022: ticket prices, presale info and dates for the Sour Tour

Olivia Rodrigo has announced a headline tour for 2022.

Olivia Rodrigo has announced a headline world tour for 2022 – and tickets go on sale very soon.

The singer-songwriter will finally take her record-breaking debut album Sour on tour, with dates planned in the UK, Europe and North America.

Fans can get their hands on Olivia Rodrigo tickets from 9am on 10 December via Ticketmaster or See Tickets.

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She announced the news of the tour on Instagram, revealing that she’ll be supported by Gracie Abrams, Holly Humberstone and Baby Queen across the run.

The tour will promote her debut album Sour, which broke the global Spotify record for the biggest opening week for an album by a female artist.

More recently it was nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards, while Olivia also received a nomination for Best New Artist.

The album features break-up anthems “Drivers License”, “Good 4 U” and “Deja Vu” and garnered acclaim from fans and critics.


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She will perform dates in Cork, Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham on the tour, finishing up with two nights at London’s Eventim Apollo.

Tickets for her first headline tour are expected to be in high demand when they go on sale, and you can find out everything you need to know below.

When do Olivia Rodrigo tickets go on sale?

They go on general sale at 9am on 10 December via Ticketmaster here or See Tickets here.

To find out prices and presale info, read below.

Is there a presale?

No, typically there would be an O2 priority sale for these venues, but for this tour all tickets will be released on the same day.

How much are Olivia Rodrigo tickets?

According to See Tickets, the price for both standing and seated tickets is at the £40 mark.

This is for the Manchester and Birmingham shows, so fans can expect the same price mark for Cork, Dublin and Glasgow, while London tickets will likely be a little higher.

What are the tour dates?

  • 29 June – Cork, Live at the Marquee
  • 30 June – Dublin, Fairview Park
  • 2 July – Glasgow, O2 Academy
  • 3 July – Manchester, O2 Apollo
  • 4 July – Birmingham, O2 Academy
  • 6 July – London, Eventim Apollo
  • 7 July – London, Eventim Apollo