Olivia Rodrigo is coming to Dublin on her GUTS world tour!
The multi-platinum, three-time Grammy award-winning artist announced her highly anticipated Guts world tour in support of her second studio album by the same name, which was released September 8th.
Critics at Rolling Stone have already hailed the new album as “another instant classic, with her most ambitious, intimate, and messy songs yet. Olivia’s pop-punk bangers are full of killer lines.”
Produced by Live Nation, the massive global 2024 tour kicks off its 57-date run on Friday, February 23rd and will arrive in Dublin on April 30th, 2024 at the 3Arena.
The Breeders, PinkPantheress, Chappell Roan, and Remi Wolf will join on select dates across the tour, but it has yet to be confirmed who will support in Dublin.
Following the incredible success of her 2022 debut tour The Sour Tour, the Guts world tour will be Olivia’s first arena tour.
She’ll be taking her to iconic venues around the world including Madison Square Garden, Kia Forum, Sportpaleis, The O2 and more.
Guts, the album, arrives as the follow-up to Rodrigo’s four-time Platinum 2021 full-length debut Sour and features her No. 1 hit Vampire and the new focus track get him back!
Like Vampire,” Guts’ second single “bad idea, right?” was named a Best New Track by Pitchfork, who hailed the latter as “one of the best pop performances of the year.”
Released last month alongside its B-movie-inspired video, “bad idea right?” has already become the latest viral hit to take over the popular social media app, TikTok.
With millions of people stitching the song to their own creations, the other songs on the album are coined to make just as much noise among fans.
The Guts world tour comes to Dublin’s 3Arena on April 30th 2024 with tickets priced from €59.85.
Registration for Access to Tickets is open now Through Sunday, September 17th at 10:00 PM on OliviaRodrigo.com.
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