Olivia Rodrigo UK tour: how to get tickets for UK dates for Sour tour - including London and Manchester

The teen sensation is set to go on tour across the UK in support of her Grammy-nominated album Sour

Teen popstar Olivia Rodrigo has announced a handful of UK dates for her Sour tour. (Credit: Getty)

One of the most popular musical acts of the past year, Olivia Rodrigo, is set to go on tour across the UK.

The 18-year-old singer-songwriter, who just topped the table as one of Spotify’s most streamed artists, will embark on her first UK tour in the summer of 2022.

But when do tickets go on sale and how can you get your hands on them?

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Where is Olivia Rodrigo playing in the UK?

Olivia will visit locations across the UK to delight her fans, affectionately named ‘Livies’, with her ‘Sour’ tour.

Cities include Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London.

Olivia tweeted her excitement for the tour by saying: “Sour tour is finally happening!”

When does Olivia Rodrigo tour the UK?

Olivia will play UK cities in mid-summer 2022.

The dates are:

  • 02 Academy Glasgow - 2 July 2022
  • 02 Apollo Manchester - 3 July 2022
  • 02 Academy Birmingham - 4 July 2022
  • Eventim Apollo London - 6 July 2022
  • Eventim Apollo London - 7 July 2022

Who is supporting Olivia Rodrigo on her UK tour?

The musician has invited British singer-songwriter Baby Queen to support her on all dates of her UK tour.

Holly Humberstone and Gracie Adams will only perform at the Olivia’s North America gigs.

When do tickets for Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour tour go on sale?

Fans will need to be quick to snap up tickets for Olivia’s UK shows, which are sure to sell out.

Tickets will go on sale on Friday 10 December.

Where can I get tickets for Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour tour?

Tickets for all UK dates on the Sour tour can be found at ticketmaster.com

Who is Olivia Rodrigo?

The talented teenager made waves in the music industry in early 2021 with her hit song ‘Drivers License’.

The single was huge across the world, hitting number one in eight countries.

Olivia, then 17-years-old, became the youngest artist to top the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, where she spent eight consecutive weeks at number one.

She followed up her ultra-popular single with hits including ‘Deja Vu’ and ‘Good 4 U’, both of which also topped the charts across the world, and the release of her debut album ‘Sour’.

Olivia’s success was highlighted further when she picked up seven Grammy nominations for categories including Album of the Year, Best New Artist and Song of the Year for Drivers License.

She was named as one of Spotify’s most-streamed artists of 2021, with Sour being the most-streamed album globally and Drivers License being the most streamed song globally.

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