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News May 9, 2024

Olivia Rodrigo Announces ‘GUTS’ Tour of Australia

Olivia Rodrigo Announces ‘GUTS’ Tour of Australia

Olivia Rodrigo is bringing her world tour to Australia and Asia, for her first live dates in the region.

Live Nation is producing the newly-added dates for the U.S. pop superstar’s GUTS World Tour, announced today, May 9.

Rodrigo will perform twice at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena and twice at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena this October (see full dates below). Ticket information is available via Rodrigo’s official website.

Rodrigo will be supported at all Australian shows by special guest BENEE.

At the time of writing, no tour date has been confirmed in the latter artist’s home country of New Zealand.

Rodrigo is touring the world in support of her second studio album, GUTS, which topped charts around the globe, including in Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., and U.S. GUTS also topped many publications 2023 year-end lists, including Billboard and People.

In a recent episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, Angie Martoccio, who wrote a revealing cover story on Rodrigo, joined host Brian Hiatt to break down every track on GUTS, from the biting sarcasm of the opening track, “All-American Bitch”, to the tears-on-her-birthday-cake closer “Teenage Dream”, written about Rodrigo’s “fear of not being a teenager anymore.”

Check out the whole conversation here at the podcast provider of your choice, listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, or just press play above.

GUTS receive unanimous acclaim from critics around the world. “The pop star rocks out on her biting, charismatic second album, turning the ritual humiliations of girlhood into dazzling, over-the-top spectacles,” wrote Pitchfork in a glowing review.

Gut World Tour dates in Asia and Australia

Sept. 16 – Bangkok, Thailand – Impact Arena

Sept. 20 – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Arena

Sept. 24 – Hong Kong – AsiaWorld-Arena

Sept. 27 – Tokyo, Japan – Ariake Arena

Oct. 01 – Singapore, Singapore – Singapore Indoor Stadium

Oct. 09 – Melbourne, AUS – Rod Laver Arena

Oct. 10 – Melbourne, AUS – Rod Laver Arena

Oct. 17 – Sydney, AUS – Qudos Bank Arena

Oct. 18 – Sydney, AUS – Qudos Bank Arena


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