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Olivia Rodrigo recently announced she's taking her 'Guts' tour to Asia and Australia.

Olivia Got Her BF To Help Announce Her New GUTS Tour Dates

The world tour just got even bigger.

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Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS has had a promising run. She first teased the album’s sonic potential with 2023’s “Vampire,” a pensive ballad that reminded listeners how impressive her vocals are. Rodrigo released the full angsty project in September, kicking off an era high with wins, nominations, and slight controversy. Now, Rodrigo’s spilling her GUTS on tour — and it seems she might be on the road for a while. The singer recently announced nine new dates to her international tour with the help of her boyfriend, Louis Partridge.

On May 8, Rodrigo shared she’s extending her tour to Asia and Australia on TikTok. In the video, she and Partridge adorably used the “where” trend to reveal the cities she’s visiting in the fall. Partridge said nine cities, ranging from Bangkok and Seoul to Melbourne, and Rodrigo confirmed each location by screaming “when?!” and adding its date on screen. She then revealed the full lineup on Instagram.

These new stops, which will be her first time touring in both continents, will see Rodrigo on the road until October. (The tour was originally slated to end with two Los Angeles shows in August.)


By the looks of Rodrigo’s riveting set list, hearing this album live is a must for fans. Check out more details about the singer’s GUTS Tour, below.

Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS Tour Will Continue In The Fall

Rodrigo isn’t just bringing the heat in the summer. Her third and final stretch of the tour will happen in October. Clearly, she’s booked and very busy.

Rodrigo’s GUTS Tour Is Moving Quickly

Rodrigo is currently in the middle of her trek’s European leg, which will last until late June.

  • May 10 & 11 in Birmingham, UK at Utilita Arena
  • May 14, 15, 17 & 18 in London, UK at The O2
  • May 22 in Antwerp, Belgium at Sportpaleis
  • May 24 & 25 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Ziggo Dome
  • May 28 in Oslo, Norway at Spektrum
  • May 30 in Copenhagen, Denmark at Royal Arena
  • Jun. 1 in Berlin, Germany at Mercedes-Benz Arena
  • Jun. 4 in Hamburg, Germany at Barclays Arena
  • Jun. 5 in Frankfurt, Germany at Festhalle
  • Jun. 7 in Munich, Germany at Olympiahalle
  • Jun. 9 in Bologna, Italy at Unipol Arena
  • Jun. 11 in Zurich, Switzerland at Hallenstadion
  • Jun. 12 in Cologne, Germany at Lanxess Arena
  • Jun. 14 in Paris, France at Accor Arena
  • Jun. 18 in Barcelona, Spain at Palau Sant Jordi
  • Jun. 20 in Madrid, Spain at WizInk Center
  • Jun. 22 in Lisbon, Portugal at Altice Arena
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Rodrigo will return to North America for another round of shows.

  • Jul. 19 in Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
  • Jul. 20 in Washington, DC at Capital One Arena
  • Jul. 23 in Atlanta, GA at State Farm Arena
  • Jul. 24 in Lexington, KY at Rupp Arena
  • Jul 26 in Kansas City, MO at T-Mobile Center
  • Jul. 27 in Oklahoma City, OK at Paycom Center
  • Jul. 30 in Denver, CO at Ball Arena
  • Jul. 31 in Salt Lake City, UT at Delta Center
  • Aug. 2 & 3 in San Francisco, CA at Chase Center
  • Aug. 6 & 7 in Seattle, WA at Climate Pledge Arena
  • Aug. 9 in Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena
  • Aug. 10 in Portland, OR at Moda Center
  • Aug. 13, 14, 16 & 17 in Los Angeles, CA at Kia Forum

Then, she’ll make her debut in Asia and Australia a few weeks later.

  • Sep. 16 in Bangkok, TH at Impact Arena 20
  • Sep. 20 in Seoul, KR at Jamsil Arena
  • Sep. 24 in Hong Kong, CN at Asiaworld Arena
  • Sep. 27 in Tokyo, JP at Ariake Arena
  • Oct. 1 in Singapore at Singapore Indoor Stadium
  • Oct. 9 & 11 in Melbourne, AU at Rod Laver Arena
  • Oct. 17 & 18 in Sydney, AU at Qudos Bank Arena

The Openers On Rodrigo’s GUTS Tour Are Indie-Pop Greats

Fittingly, New Zealand singer Benee — known for her pandemic hit, “Supalonely” — will be opening the Australian roster of shows. Rodrigo hasn’t revealed an opener for her four stops in Asia. However, if there’s one in the works, they’ll be sitting with a great company of opening acts for this tour.

So far, Chappell Roan opened the first North America leg of the tour. And currently, The Breeders, Remi Wolf, and PinkPantheress will share sonic duties for the U.K. and Europe leg of the tour.

Those New GUTS Tour Dates Are Now Available

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Fans can now register for presale tickets in Asia and Australia on Live Nation. The presale will begin on May 15 and will end that following day.

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