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Ariana Grande Ticket Prices

Average Tour Price Since 2010

Year Avg Price
The Listening Sessions (2013): $189.41
The Honeymoon Tour ( 2015): $176.70

Five Most Expensive Shows on The Honeymoon Tour:

Date Opponent Avg Price
3/21/2015 at Madison Square Garden: $340.51
3/14/2015 at Mohegan Sun Arena: $322.27
3/20/2015 at Madison Square Garden: $318.09
10/15/2015 at El Paso County Coliseum: $267.87
9/18/2015 at Toyota Center: $191.36

Five Most Expensive Shows Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
8/17/2013 at Staples Center: $777.23
3/21/2015 at Madison Square Garden: $340.51
3/14/2015 at Mohegan Sun Arena: $322.27
3/20/2015 at Madison Square Garden: $318.09
10/15/15 at El Paso County Coliseum: $267.87

Five Least Expensive Shows on The Honeymoon Tour:

Date Opponent Avg Price
10/07/2015 at BOK Center: $89.43
9/24/2015 at PNC Arena: $97.10
9/20/2015 at Legacy Arena: $98.90
9/02/2015 at Taco Bell Arena: $99.24
10/04/2015 at Scottrade Center: $99.43

Five Least Expensive Shows Since 2010:

Date Opponent Avg Price
8/27/2013 at Sound Academy: $81.20
10/07/2015 at BOK Center: $89.43
9/24/2015 at PNC Arena: $97.10
9/20/2015 at Legacy Arena: $98.90
9/02/2015 at Taco Bell Arena: $99.24

 



Ariana Grande made the transition from Nickelodeon teen idol to chart-topping pop star appear effortless thanks to a powerful four-octave vocal range which saw her hailed as the natural successor to Mariah Carey. Born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Grande first started performing at her hometown’s children’s theater and made her TV debut singing “The Star Spangled Banner” at a Florida Panthers game aged just eight years old before landing the part of cheerleader Charlotte in the Broadway musical 13 in 2008. Her big breakthrough arrived a year later when she was cast as Cat Valentine in the Nickelodeon musical comedy series Victorious, a multi-skilled role which began to build a demand for Ariana Grande tickets.

While filming its first season, Grande attracted the attention of Republic Records with her YouTube cover versions of popular Mariah and Whitney hits and released her debut single, “Put Your Hearts Up,” through the label in 2011. However, dissatisfied with the bubblegum pop direction she was being pushed in, Grande abandoned plans to release an album and Ariana Grande tickets for an accompanying tour and instead spent the next two years honing a more mature R&B sound. Following the third and final season of Victorious, Grande starred in a spin-off show with iCarly lead Jennette McCurdy, Sam & Cat, and in 2013 debuted her reinvention as a soul diva with the Babyface-produced LP Yours Truly.

Hitting number one on the Billboard 200, the record spawned a Top 10 single (“The Way”) and enabled her to release Ariana Grande tickets for her first major concert tour. Named The Listening Sessions, the 11-date trek grossed over $600,000 in sales of Ariana Grande tickets and established her as a major live force. The demand for Ariana Grande tickets increased after she joined Justin Bieber’s Believe tour, appeared in the Nickelodeon adaptation of children’s adventure novel Swindle, and released the festive-themed EP, Christmas Kisses.

Ariana Grande tickets found their way into the hands of the Obamas after she was invited to perform at the White House for both the Women of Soul concert and the annual Easter Egg Roll event, before she topped the US chart for a second time with 2014’s My Everything. Ariana Grande tickets then became even hotter property when she joined Adele as the only female artist to score three simultaneous Top 10 hits thanks to collaborations with Jessie J (“Bang Bang”), Iggy Azalea (“Problem”) and Zedd (“Break Free”). Ariana Grande tickets were then snapped up in their droves for her 2015 25-date The Honeymoon Tour.

Studio Albums

Yours Truly (2013)
My Everything (2014)
Moonlight (TBD)

Singles & EPs

2011 - "Put Your Hearts Up"
2013 - "The Way"
2013 - "Love Is Everything"
2013 - "Snow In California"
2013 - "Santa Baby"
2014 - "Problem"
2014 - "Right There"
2014 - "Love Me Harder"
2014- "Break Free"
2014 - "Last Christmas"
2014 - "Christmas Kisses"
2014 - "One Last Time"
2014 - "Baby I"
2014 - "Santa Tell Me"
2015 - "One Last Time"
2015 - "Focus"

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Ariana Grande Ticket News

10-7-15: The final countdown begins for Ariana Grande's Honeymoon Tour. The pop singer has just five North American dates remaining through the end of next week, and ticket prices remain relatively high on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ the average price for Ariana Grande tickets over her final shows is $114.84. She hits the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma tonight before heading to the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on September 9. Additional stops will be made at American Airlines Center in Dallas, Frank Erwin Center in Austin and El Paso County Coliseum.

10-2-15: Eight more dates remain on the second North American leg of Ariana Grande's Honeymoon Tour. The pop star will next play Chicago's United Center tonight, where tickets currently average $112.88 and the get-in price is $33. She'll then head to the Scottrade Center in St. Louis for a show tomorrow night. Ariana Grande tickets in St. Louis now own a secondary market average of $98.31 and a $36 get-in price. The tour will officially close on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum in Texas.

9-21-15: Ariana Grande will take on the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville tomorrow night as her Honeymoon Tour rolls on. According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for Ariana Grande tickets in Nashville is $83.64 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $19. On Thursday she'll play PNC Arena, where tickets average $100.50 and get-in price is $37. Her two-night stay at the Barclays Center on Saturday and Sunday are her two most expensive shows remaining on tour, with tickets across both gigs now averaging $167.25 on TicketIQ.

9-17-15: It was all laughs and smiles for Ariana Grande on Tuesday night, who served as a guest on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Grande and Fallon played a singing game in which each impersonated popular artists whilst singing nursery rhymes and current mainstream hits. Grande makes her next stop at the Toyota Center in Houston tomorrow night, where Ariana Grande Houston tickets on TicketIQ currently average $98.63 and the get-in price is $30.

9-14-15: On Friday Ariana Grande sets to play the Toyota Center in Houston. According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for Ariana Grande Houston tickets is now $104.90 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $42. Following a stop at FedExForum in Memphis on Saturday she’ll head to the Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama for a show on Sunday, where tickets currently average $74.54 and get-in price is $29. The second North American leg of Grande’s Honeymoon Tour continues through October 15 and culminates at the El Paso County Coliseum in Texas. 16 shows remain over the next four weeks.

9-9-15: Ariana Grande will make her way to the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Sacramento for a show tonight. According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for Ariana Grande tickets in Sacramento is $155.80 and get-in price is $35. She'll play the Staples Center on Friday night, where tickets currently average $235.41 and get-in price starts at $58.

9-2-15: The Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho will next welcome Ariana Grande on her Honeymoon Tour tonight. For those searching for last-minute Ariana Grande tickets in Idaho, the average price is now $119.44 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $29 on TicketIQ. She will then travel to Portland, Oregon for a show at the Moda Center on Friday, where tickets average $128.84 and get-in price starts at $62. On Sunday night she’ll hit the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. Ariana Grande Sacramento tickets now own a secondary market average of $128.83 and a $51 get-in price.

8-31-15: Ariana Grande will rock the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California tonight. According to TicketIQ the average secondary market price for Ariana Grande Fresno tickets is now $159.62 and the cheapest ticket available starts at $42. On Wednesday night the “Problem” singer will hit the Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho, where tickets currently average $118.94 and get-in price is $29. Grande will make two more stops following her trip to Idaho – on Friday at the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon ($131.67 avg./$62 get-in) and Sunday at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento ($130.93 avg./$51 get-in).

8-27-15: Saturday will usher in the second North American leg of Ariana Grande’s Honeymoon Tour. The Mandalay Bay Events Center is set to host the pint-size singer, and the average price for Ariana Grande Las Vegas tickets is now $139.47 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket on TicketIQ for the Sin City show is currently $35. She’ll then head to the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California on Monday, where tickets average $161.70 and get-in price starts at $39. Over the 24-show affair that runs through mid-October, Ariana Grande tickets average $135.63 on TicketIQ.

8-25-15: Just four days separate Ariana Grande from returning to the road on her Honeymoon Tour. The beleaguered starlette, who has battled through a media whipping for her disparaging comments against America earlier this summer, will make 24 stops across the U.S. and Canada between August and mid-September. Over that time, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets on TicketIQ is now $135.82. A September 27 stop at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center is still holding the top-spot as most expensive show of tour, with Ariana Grande Brooklyn tickets averaging $197.28 and get-in price starting at $58.

8-21-15: In eight days Ariana Grande returns to the stage at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The pop star will play 24 shows across the U.S. and Canada over the next two months, and the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is $137.77 on the secondary market. She will play her top-priced show on September 26 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, where tickets currently own a secondary market average of $195.50 and a $50 get-in price. A second show there the following night will rival in price as September 27 Ariana Grande tickets at the Barclays Center average $181.45 with a get-in price of $58. 8-21-15: In eight days Ariana Grande returns to the stage at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The pop star will play 24 shows across the U.S. and Canada over the next two months, and the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is $137.77 on the secondary market. She will play her top-priced show on September 26 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, where tickets currently own a secondary market average of $195.50 and a $50 get-in price. A second show there the following night will rival in price as September 27 Ariana Grande tickets at the Barclays Center average $181.45 with a get-in price of $58.

8-19-15: Another 10 days remain before Ariana Grande returns to the road. Her August 29 show at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas now owns a ticket average of $152.91 and a $41 get-in price on the secondary market. She will then head to Save Mart Center in Fresno, California for a gig on August 31, where tickets average $143.05 and the cheapest is listed for $39. The second North American leg of the Honeymoon World Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through October 15.

8-17-15: 12 days remain before Ariana Grande picks back up on the road on her Honeymoon Tour. The pop superstar will play the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on August 29, and the average secondary price for Ariana Grande tickets in Las Vegas is now $147.37 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket to the Sin City gig is $43. She’ll then travel to Fresno, California for a show at Save Mart Center on August 31, where tickets average $142.12 and get-in price is $39.

8-13-15: 16 days remain before Ariana Grande returns to the road on her Honeymoon Tour. The singer will play the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on August 29, and the average price for Ariana Grande tickets in Las Vegas is now $153.25 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket for the Sin City gig is currently $42. Grande will then head to Save Mart Center in Fresno, California for a show on August 31, where tickets own a secondary average of $140.66 and get-in price starts at $42.

8-11-15: A short break from the road is in store for pint-size starlet Ariana Grande, whose Honeymoon Tour picks back up in North America at the end of the month. The singer will return to tour on August 29 when she plays Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. According to TicketIQ the average price for Ariana Grande tickets in Las Vegas is currently $155.06 and the get-in price starts at $42 on the secondary market. The “One Last Time” singer will then hit the Save Mart Center in Fresno, California on August 31, where tickets own a secondary average of $132.42 and get-in price starts at $42.

8-7-15: Ariana Grande will rock the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa tonight. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets in Ottawa is $378.51 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket for tonight’s show is now $24. She’ll head over to Toronto for a show at the Air Canada Centre on Sunday, where tickets own a secondary average of $82.88 and get-in price starts at $19. The Honeymoon Tour will then travel to Las Vegas at the end of the month to play the Mandalay Bay Events Center on August 29.

8-5-15: Canada will welcome Ariana Grande and her Honeymoon Tour for three shows this week. The pop superstar will play the Bell Centre in Montreal on Thursday, Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa Friday and Toronto’s Air Canada Centre on Sunday. Over the three-show stint, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is $107.36 on the secondary market. Her cheapest show will be held at Air Canada Centre, where tickets own a secondary average of $96.71 and get-in price is $23. The Bell Centre serves as her most expensive Canadian stop this week. That show averages a $280.54 ticket and $39 get-in price.

8-3-15: Ariana Grande takes her Honeymoon Tour to the Verizon Wireless Arena in New Hampshire tomorrow night. According to TicketIQ the average price for Ariana Grande tickets at Verizon Wireless Arena is $92.83 on the secondary market and the cheapest ticket available is listed for $51. On Thursday she’ll play the Bell Centre in Montreal, where tickets own a secondary average of $188.83 and get-in price starts at $31. The Honeymoon Tour continues its second North American run in the U.S. and Canada through October 15, wrapping at El Paso County Coliseum in Texas.

7-30-15: The Times Union Center in Albany, New York readies for Ariana Grande, who sets to play the venue tomorrow night in conjunction with her Honeymoon Tour. According to TicketIQ the average price for Ariana Grande Albany tickets is $74.47 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $31 on the secondary market. The pop star will then travel to Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday night, where tickets own a secondary average of $157.10 and get-in price also starts at $31. The Honeymoon Tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through the middle of October.

7-28-15: When she isn’t dissing America and secretly licking donuts, Ariana Grande is performing on her Honeymoon World Tour. The pop superstar will next hit the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on July 29, where Ariana Grande Philadelphia tickets currently average $102.75 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket for that show is $28. She’ll then head to Times Union Center in Albany on Friday. That show currently owns a secondary average of $93.87 and the get-in price starts at $41. Grande will finish her week with a gig at Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut on Sunday, where tickets average $148.20 and get-in price is $35.

7-24-15: The Verizon Center in D.C. welcomes Ariana Grande and her Honeymoon Tour tonight. According to TicketIQ the average price for Ariana Grande D.C. tickets is $106.38 and get-in price is $40 on the secondary market. She’ll then hit HersheyPark Stadium in Pennsylvania on Sunday night, where tickets own a secondary average of $97.54 and get-in price starts at $40. The tour continues in the U.S. and Canada through October 15, when it wraps at El Paso County Coliseum. That show remains the second most expensive of tour, with tickets averaging 207.36 and get-in price starting at $69.

7-22-15: Ariana Grande brings her Honeymoon Tour to Louisville, Kentucky’s KFC Yum! Center tomorrow night. According to TicketIQ the average price for Ariana Grande Louisville tickets is $157.81 and the get-in price is $41. She’ll then head to the Verizon Center in D.C. for a show on Saturday night, where tickets average at $103.28 and get-in price starts at $30. She ends her week at Hersheypark Stadium in Hershey, PA on Sunday. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $94.55 and a $29 get-in price.

7-20-15: Charlotte next welcomes Ariana Grande, who takes her Honeymoon World Tour to Time Warner Cable Arena tomorrow night. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Ariana Grande Charlotte tickets is currently $112.33 and the cheapest available ticket is $39 on the secondary market. Grande then travels to Louisville on Thursday for a show at the KFC Yum! Center, where tickets average $165.68 and get-in price is $33. The tour’s second North American leg continues until October 15, when it wraps at El Paso County Coliseum.

7-16-15: The second North American leg of the Honeymoon Tour begins tonight at Tampa’s Amalie Arena. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets over her next upcoming tour leg is $142.54 on the secondary market. The average secondary price for Ariana Grande Tampa tickets is now $200.33 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $46. Her most expensive show comes on September 9 at Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, California. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $ 331.79 and the get-in price is $39. The tour will hit the BB&T Center on Saturday, where tickets average at $119.44 and get-in price starts at $28.

7-14-15: Beleaguered pop superstar Ariana Grande takes the second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour to the Amalie Arena in her native Tampa on Thursday night. The former television starlette has come under scrutiny for her suggestive comments about America heard in a surveillance camera while at a donut shop in Los Angeles last week. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Ariana Grande Tampa tickets is $171.40 and the cheapest available ticket is $42 on the secondary market. She then heads to the BB&T Center for a gig on Saturday, where tickets own a secondary average of $133.21 and the get-in price is $41.

7-10-15: Ariana Grande’s scandalous comments about America have allowed ticket prices for her Honeymoon Tour to waver slightly on the secondary market. Just days after surveillance video caught the singer licking donuts and belittling the U.S., the average price for Ariana Grande tickets has fallen 3.3% since Wednesday and is now $134.88. The second North American leg of the Honeymoon Tour begins on July 16 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa.

7-8-15: The next North American leg of Ariana Grande’s 2015 tour kicks off at Amalie Arena in Tampa next Thursday. Over the 36-show affair that continues in the U.S. and Canada through the middle of October, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is now $139.49 on the secondary market. Her top-priced stops come on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum ($259.72 avg.), September 18 at Toyota Center ($220.55 avg.), September 11 at Staples Center ($179.52 avg.) and September 26 at Barclays Center ($177.89 avg.). Other notable stops along the tour route include the Bell Centre in Montreal, Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, Air Canada Centre in Toronto and Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

7-6-15: Ariana Grande begins the next North American leg of the Honeymoon Tour next Thursday at Amalie Arena in Tampa. The singer has 36 shows scheduled in the U.S. and Canada through October 15, and the average price for Ariana Grande tickets over the three-month stretch is currently $139.33 on the secondary market. She’ll play her top-priced gig on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum in Texas, where Ariana Grande Texas tickets average at $264.21 and the get-in price is $75. One other show owns an average ticket price above $200 on the resale market – August 6 at Bell Centre in Montreal ($204.67). Get-in price for that show is currently $33.

7-1-15: Pop princess Ariana Grande begins the second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour on July 16 at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. The “Break Free” singer is slated to make 36 stops through the middle of October, and the average price for Ariana Grande tickets along the three-month run is currently $142.74 on the secondary market. She’ll play her top-priced gig on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum, which also serves as her final show of tour. Tickets to the Texas gig currently average at $267.76 and the cheapest available ticket is $78. Conversely, her cheapest show comes on October 7 at BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where tickets average at $91.65 and the get-in price starts at $33.

6-26-15: Less than three weeks separate Ariana Grande from beginning the next leg of her Honeymoon Tour in North America. Over 36 scheduled shows, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is $140.35 on the secondary market. She’ll play her most expensive show on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum in Texas, where tickets currently own a secondary average of $263.11 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, is now $78. No other shows on her upcoming leg average above $200 on the resale market.

6-24-15: Ariana Grande is just over three weeks removed from beginning the second North American leg of her Honeymoon World Tour. The singer is slated to kick things off on July 16 at Amalie Arena in Tampa, where Tampa Ariana Grande tickets currently average at $151.39 and the get-in price starts at $49 on the secondary market. Touring with Prince Royce, Grande will make 36 stops in the U.S. and Canada through October 15, when she wraps at El Paso County Coliseum in Texas. Over the three-month road affair, the average secondary price for Ariana Grande tickets is now $142.07.

6-22-15: Just over three weeks remain before the second North American leg of Ariana Grande’s Honeymoon Tour kicks off. The petite pop singer will play her first show on July 16 at Amalie Arena in Tampa and will make 36 stops through mid-October. Over the four-month expedition, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is $136.97 on the secondary market. She’ll play her top-priced gig on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum, where tickets average at $245.65 and the get-in price, or cheapest available ticket, currently starts at $96. Conversely, the cheapest show she’ll play comes on October 7 at BOK Center in Oklahoma, where tickets own a secondary average of $90.20 and get-in price starts at $33.

6-18-15: Ariana Grande will kick off the second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour at Amalie Arena in Tampa on July 16. The average price for Tampa Ariana Grande tickets is currently $153.32 and the get-in price is $50 on the secondary market. 36 dates are scheduled through mid-October, and Ariana Grande tickets over the entire tour leg average at $138.18. She’ll play her top-priced show on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum, where tickets now average at $267.87 and the cheapest available ticket is $96.

6-16-15: In exactly one month, Ariana Grande will begin the second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Tampa Ariana Grande tickets is $144.08 and the get-in price for the show starts at $51. She’ll be taking Prince Royce out on the road with her through October 15, when she wraps at El Paso County Coliseum in Texas. Over the three-month stretch, the average secondary price for Ariana Grande tickets is $136.86. Her El Paso show will be the most expensive of tour, with tickets averaging at $255.87 and get-in price starting at $96.

6-12-15: Ariana Grande made headlines earlier this week after publishing an elaborate column on her views of feminism. The 21-year-old singer spoke her mind in the months following her breakup with rapper Big Sean, believing many in the media find women to be simple toys to the men they’re dating. The singer is slated to begin the second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour next month and will play 38 shows through mid-October. Over that time, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets is $137.46 on the secondary market.

6-10-15: Just over five weeks remain before Ariana Grande begins the second North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour. The pint-size pop star will bring Prince Royce out on the road with her for the three-month tour, which stretches between July and October. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Ariana Grande tickets over her North American tour is $137.45 on the secondary market. She’ll play her most expensive show on October 15 at El Paso County Coliseum, where ticket price averages at $262.01 and get-in price, or the cheapest available ticket, is $114. The Texas gig will be the only show that owns an average secondary price above $200. Conversely, her cheapest show comes on September 20 at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, Alabama. That show has a secondary ticket average of $97.98 and the cheapest available ticket is $35.

5-6-15: Ariana Grande begins the European leg of her Honeymoon Tour next week. She’ll play Le Zenith in Paris on May 14 and 15 before heading to Max-Schmeling Hall in Berlin for a show on May 19. She returns stateside in July and will play North American shows through October 13, making her most expensive stop on July 18 at the BB&T Center. That show currently owns a secondary average of $194.80 and $43 get-in price.

4-24-15: On May 14, Ariana Grande will begin her European tour leg at the Zenith de Paris in France. She’ll play two consecutive shows there before traveling to Max-Schmelling Hall in Germany for a show on May 19.

4-22-15: Ariana Grande will begin the European leg of her Honeymoon Tour at the Zenith de Paris on May 14. The leg will run through June 16, when it wraps at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona.

4-20-15: After wrapping her first North American leg of tour at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver last week, Ariana Grande will begin her European excursion at the Zenith de Paris on May 14. The pop singer will play two consecutive shows there, with her second show scheduled for the following night.

4-16-15: Ariana Grande wraps the North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver tonight. The singer will then head to Europe for a month-long stint between May and June. She’ll begin her second North American leg in July.

4-14-15: Ariana Grande will play the Key Arena in Seattle tonight as the North American leg of the Honeymoon Tour winds down. The pop singer’s final continental date will be on Thursdaywhen she travels to the Rogers Arena in Vancouver. She’ll be back stateside in July after a European and UK run through the beginning of the summer.

4-10-15: Ariana Grande will play the Honda Center in Anaheim tonight. Her Honeymoon Tour then heads to San Jose for a show at the SAP Center on Sunday. She’ll play the final show of her North American leg at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver next Thursday.

4-8-15: Ariana Grande will play The Forum in Los Angeles tonight as her Honeymoon Tour continues. The singer then heads to Anaheim for a show at the Honda Center on Friday before ending her week at the SAP Center in San Jose on Sunday.

4-6-15: Ariana Grande heads to the US Airways Center in Phoenix tonight. She’ll then hit The Forum in Los Angeles for a show on Wednesday. Over the weekend, Grande will play the Honda Center in Anaheim Friday night before ending her week at the SAP Center in San Jose on Sunday.

4-2-15: Ariana Grande heads to the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City for a performance tomorrow night. The Honeymoon Tour will then travel to the US Airways Center in Phoenix on Monday. Her first North American leg of tour continues through April 14, when she wraps at the Key Arena in Seattle.

3-31-15: Ariana Grande has added a summer North American leg to her Honeymoon Tour, which returns to the U.S. and Canada from July to September. She’ll kick things off at the Amalie Arena in Tampa on July 16 and will play through September 29, when she wraps at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

3-25-15: While rumors circulate about a potential announcement of more tour dates, Ariana Grande is set to play the Amway Center in Orlando tomorrow night. The petite pop singer then travels to American Airlines Arena in Miami for a show on Saturday. She’ll wrap March with a show at the AT&T Center in San Antonio next Tuesday.

3-23-15: After playing two shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden over the weekend, Ariana Grande brings her Honeymoon Tour to the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday. She’ll make three tour stops this week, with shows at the Amway Center in Orlando on Thursday and American Airlines Arena in Miami on Saturday.

3-20-15: Ariana Grande’s Honeymoon Tour hits Madison Square Garden in New York City for two shows this weekend, playing the iconic venue on Friday and Saturday. Her North American tour continues through April 14 when she wraps at the Key Arena in Seattle.

3-18-16: Ariana Grande will play a pair of shows at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Friday and Saturday. The Honeymoon Tour then heads to Atlanta next Tuesday for a performance at the Philips Center. It wraps its North American run of shows on April 16 at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver.

3-16-15: Ariana Grande brings her Honeymoon Tour to NRG Stadium as she plays the Houston Rodeo this Tuesday. The pint-size pop singer then travels to Madison Square Garden for two consecutive shows on Friday and Saturday.

3-9-15: Ariana Grande takes her Honeymoon Tour to the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh tomorrow night. The petite pop singer has four shows scheduled this week and will ultimately wrap at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts on Sunday.

3-4-15: Ariana Grande heads to the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland tomorrow night as her Honeymoon Tour continues. The pop singer is scheduled to play three more shows this week, with dates at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit on Saturday and Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Sunday rounding off the week.

3-2-15: Ariana Grande plays her next show at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois tomorrow night. She’ll play four shows this week as her Honeymoon Tour continues, concluding the week at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Sunday.

2-27-15: After beginning her first-ever headlining tour in Missouri on Wednesday, Ariana Grande next travels to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee for a show on Saturday night. She’ll then play the Allstate Arena in Chicago on March 3 before heading to the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on March 5.

2-25-15: The Honeymoon Tour officially kicks off tonight when it hits the Independence Events Center in Missouri. Ariana Grande then travels to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Saturday and ends her week at the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota on Sunday.

2-23-15: Ariana Grande begins her Honeymoon Tour on Wednesday when she travels to the Independence Events Center in Missouri. It will be Grande’s first-ever headlining tour, which will remain in North America through the end of April before it heads to Europe in May.

2-20-15: Ariana Grande will embark on her Honeymoon Tour next Wednesday when she plays the Independence Events Center in Missouri. She’ll then head to BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee for a show on February 28. The tour will play North American dates through April 14, when it wraps at the Key Arena in Seattle.

2-18-15: Ariana Grande begins her Honeymoon Tour in just one week with a show at the Independence Events Center in Missouri. The singer is scheduled to play 25 North American dates through April 14, when she wraps at Key Arena in Seattle.

2-12-15: 12 days separate Ariana Grande from beginning her Honeymoon Tour in Missouri on February 25. The singer will then play her second and final show of the month at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on February 28. The tour continues its North American leg through April.

2-11-15: Just two weeks remain before Ariana Grande begins her first-ever headlining tour at the Independence Events Center in Missouri. The singer’s Honeymoon Tour will play 25 North American dates through April, wrapping at the Key Arena in Seattle on April 14.

2-9-15: Fresh off her performance at last night’s Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, Ariana Grande is now counting down the days before the start of her Honeymoon Tour, which begins on February 25 at Independence Events Center in Missouri. She’ll then head to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on February 28 before beginning March at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on March 1.

2-5-15: 19 days separate Ariana Grande from beginning her Honeymoon Tour at the Independence Events Center in Missouri. Following her stint in Independence, the singer heads to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on February 28.

2-4-15: Ariana Grande embarks on the Honeymoon Tour later this month with a show at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25. She’ll play 25 North American dates through April before heading to Europe for five shows in May. Notable venues that the 21-year-old will stop at include Madison Square Garden and NRG Stadium and The Forum in Los Angeles.

2-3-15: Ariana Grande will begin her first-ever headlining tour later this month at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25. The Honeymoon Tour will play 25 North American dates through April 14 and wraps its first leg at the Key Arena in Seattle. She’ll then embark on a European leg beginning in May, making 14 stops in nine countries through mid-June.

1-16-15: Reports have come out speculating that Ariana Grande is at odds with former Victorious castmate Victoria Justice, though Grande has denied the rumors. The singer starts her Honeymoon Tour in Missouri at the end of February, which will be her first-ever headlining tour.

1-14-15: Ariana Grande continues to gear up for the Honeymoon Tour, which begins next month at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25. She’ll then head to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on February 28.

1-12-15: Ariana Grande has been announced as a featured performer at this year’s RodeoHouston, which will be held over a two-week period in early March. Other artists that are scheduled to perform include Fall Out Boy, Pitbull and country artists Miranda Lambert, Eric Church and Alan Jackson.

1-9-15: Less than seven weeks remain before Ariana Grande starts her first-ever headlining tour at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25. The pop singer will travel across the U.S. and Canada through mid-April, wrapping her North American leg at the Key Arena in Seattle on April 14. 24 dates are scheduled over her three-month stint before she heads to Europe in May.

1-7-15: Ariana Grande begins the North American leg of her Honeymoon Tour in late February with a stop at the Independence Events Center in Missouri. She’ll play U.S. and Canadian dates through April 14, where she wraps at the Key Arena in Seattle.

1-5-15: Ariana Grande kicks off her Honeymoon Tour in just under two months at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25. She then heads to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee on February 28.

12-24-14: After playing several Jingle Ball concerts across North America over the past month, Ariana Grande will now take some time to relax before beginning her Honeymoon Tour in February. She’ll start at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25 and wrap her U.S. and Canada run on April 14 at the Key Arena in Seattle.

12-22-14: Ariana Grande wrapped her 2014 over the weekend with a final performance at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida on Sunday. She’ll embark on the Honeymoon Tour this February, with 24 North American dates scheduled through mid-April.

12-19-14: Just one date remains on Ariana Grande’s touring schedule through the end of the year, with a Sunday night show slated to run at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. The massively popular singer will embark on her Honeymoon Tour on February 25 at the Independence Events Center in Missouri. Grande will play 24 North American dates through April before heading to Europe for 12 dates over two months in May and June.

12-17-14: Ariana Grande will play her next show at the BB&T Center this Sunday as part of the Y100 Jingle Ball concert. Jingle Ball will also feature Pharrell, Iggy Azalea, Jason Derulo and Jessie J. Nick Host will guest host the event. Grande is scheduled to begin her Honeymoon Tour in February at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25.

12-16-14: Ariana Grande has just two shows remaining before beginning her Honeymoon World Tour in February. Grande will begin her first-ever headlining tour at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25.

12-12-14: Ariana Grande will play Z100 and KROQ’s Jingle Ball concert at Madison Square Garden tonight. She’ll then play her next show at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on Monday. The pop singer is scheduled to begin her Honeymoon Tour on February 25 at the Independence Events Center in Missouri.

12-10-14: Ariana Grande will play the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia tonight in conjunction with the Q102 Jingle Ball concert. The singer will be accompanied by an all-star cast lineup that also includes Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, Jessie J and more.

12-8-14: Following a performance at KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball concert at the Staples Center last Friday, Ariana Grande will play her next show at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota tonight. The singer then travels to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia to perform at the Q102 Jingle Ball concert on Wednesday.

12-5-14: Ariana Grande will play the Staples Center tonight in conjunction with KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball concert, which will also feature Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea and many others. The pop singer will then travel to Illinois’ Allstate Arena for the B96 Jingle Bash tomorrow night.

12-1-14: Ariana Grande will make her next string of concert appearances at various Jingle Ball events across the nation over the next several weeks. She’ll play the Staples Center Jingle Ball concert this Friday before heading to the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois on Saturday.

11-26-14: Ariana Grande made headlines earlier this week after Bette Midler was quoted defaming the rising pop star and used her as the prime target of women who promote sex through her music. Grande will begin her Honeymoon Tour in February, which will be her first-ever headlining tour.

11-24-14: Following two performances at Sunday’s AMAs, Ariana Grande has let the nation know that she’s here to take the crown as the queen of pop. The petite singer performed three of her smash hits during the show, with a stripped-down performance of “Break Free” that transitioned into “Love Me Harder”. She later came out to support Jessie J and her single “Bang Bang”, which also featured Nicki Minaj.

11-10-14: Ariana Grande performed at the EMAs in Glasgow last Sunday night and took away two awards over the course of the show. The singer won Best Female Artist as well as Best-Single for her hit song “Problem” with Iggy Azalea. Grande is set to next perform at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles next Tuesday.

11-7-14: After making a splash at the CMAs when she performed her hit single “Bang Bang”, Ariana Grande will play her next show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on November 18. The pop singer is set to begin her first-ever headlining tour in February. The Honeymoon Tour’s first leg will start on February 25 in Missouri and wrap at the Honda Center in Anaheim on April 10.

11-5-14: Just days after releasing her latest music video for her single “Break Free”, Ariana Grande has made headlines again after a Massachusetts man sent her a 42.5 lb. pumpkin. In the Halloween spirit, 29-year-old Tim Normandin has been pressed by the police due to his unusual gift, but no charges have been made.

11-3-14: Ariana Grande is scheduled to perform at this year’s Country Music Awards, which will be held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville this Wednesday. The pop singer will perform a duet with fellow pop artist Meghan Trainor. Grande also just released the music video for her latest single, “Love Me Harder”, which features Abel Tesfaye of The Weeknd fame.

10-31-14: Ascending to the pop throne after dropping her latest album in August, Ariana Grande will hope to eventually pursue a movie career alongside her blossoming role in the music industry. She is likely to take the same route as Justin Bieber and Katy Perry, who released music documentaries showcasing life on the road and her studio experiences while recording.

10-29-14: Ariana Grande is scheduled to play her next show at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on November 18. The pop singer will then play seven dates in December before she begins her Honeymoon Tour at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25.

10-27-14: After playing the Hollywood Bowl over the weekend, Ariana Grande will lay low before beginning her first headlining tour in February. The singer will play seven dates in December, with stops at notable arenas like the Staples Center on December 5 and Madison Square Garden on December 12, leading up to her first stop of the Honeymoon Tour at Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 12.

10-24-14: Ariana Grande will play the Hollywood Bowl tonight and will serve as her final show until December 5, when she is scheduled to play the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The pop singer will embark on her first-ever headlining tour on February 25, where she plays the Independence Events Center in Missouri. Her Honeymoon Tour extends through April, ending at the Key Arena in Seattle on April 14.

10-22-14: Ariana Grande will begin her Honeymoon Tour in February at the Independence Events Center in Missouri on February 25. Prior to the start of her first-ever headlining tour next year, Grande is scheduled to play a string of dates through December. The pop singer will stop for a show at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Friday night.

10-20-14: Ariana Grande has a preview of one of her upcoming A-list festivals when she'll perform alongside Taylor Swift, Pharrell, Sia, and others at the Hollywood Bowl this Friday for the We Can Survive music festival. This huge performance comes prior to her multiple headlining Jingle Ball dates and 2015 North American tour.

10-14-14: After months of speculation and denial, 21-year-old starlet Ariana Grande has confirmed that she's dating rapper Big Sean. The two previously collaborated in studio for the track "Best Mistake". Ariana is set for a 2015 North American your following multiple headlining slots on various iHeartRadio Jingle Ball dates throughout the month of December.

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Ariana Grande Tour Dates

2015 Honeymoon Tour Dates:

Thursday, 7/16 Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
Saturday, 7/18 Ft Lauderdale, FL BB&T Center
Tuesday, 7/21 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena
Thursday, 7/23 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
Saturday, 7/25 Washington, DC Verizon Center
Sunday, 7/26 Hershey, PA Hersheypark Stadium
Wednesday, 7/29 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
Friday, 7/31 Albany, NY Times Union Center
Sunday, 8/2 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
Tuesday, 8/4 Manchester, NH Verizon Wireless Arena
Thursday, 8/6 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Friday, 8/7 Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre
Sunday, 8/9 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Saturday, 8/29 Las Vegas, NV Mandalay Bay Events Center
Monday, 8/31 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
Wednesday, 9/2 Boise, ID Taco Bell Arena
Friday, 9/4 Portland, OR Moda Center
Sunday, 9/6 Sacramento, CA Sleep Train Arena
Tuesday, 9/8 Mountain View, CA Shoreline Amphitheatre
Wednesday, 9/9 Chula Vista, CA Sleep Train Amphitheatre
Friday, 9/11 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
Friday, 9/18 Houston, TX Toyota Center
Sunday, 9/20 Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
Tuesday, 9/22 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
Thursday, 9/24 Raleigh, NC PNC Arena
Saturday, 9/26 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
Tuesday, 9/29 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena
Friday, 10/2 Chicago, IL United Center
Sunday, 10/4 St Louis, MO Scottrade Center
Tuesday, 10/6 Wichita, KS INTRUST Bank Arena
Wednesday, 10/7 Tulsa, OK BOK Center
Friday, 10/9 New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center
Sunday, 10/11 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
Tuesday, 10/13 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
Thursday, 10/15 El Paso, TX El Paso County Coliseum

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