Ariana Grande announces UK tour

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 20 October 2016
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande is coming to the UK and Europe in support of her latest record 'Dangerous Woman'

Ariana Grande is to bring her 'Dangerous Woman Tour' to the UK next year.

The 'Side To Side' pop beauty's energetic entertainment show will hit Birmingham, Dublin and Manchester, before wrapping up the UK leg at London's The O2 on May 25 and taking it to Europe.

Announcing the tour news on Twitter, she wrote: "#DangerousWomanTour when are you coming? (sic)"

Opening for the American songstress is 'Shout Out To My Ex' hitmakers Little Mix and R&B star Victoria Monet.

Ariana will no doubt perform some of her biggest hits including 'Into You' and 'Problem' and tracks from her latest LP 'Dangerous Woman'.

The tour is set to be her best as she previously described her new album as something she had "put blood, sweat and tears into" and she also admitted she went through "a lot of emotions", while making the record.

Previously asked if she has ever cried whilst making an album, she said: "I'm sure I did. I poured everything I have into it so there were lots of emotions throughout the process. I am so proud of this album. I love every song and can't wait for my fans to hear it all."

And that's not the only tears Ariana has cried, as the star was left "crying for hours" after having to axe her performance at Lisbon's Rock in Rio festival in May on medical advice when she developed a throat and sinus infection.

At the time, she wrote on Instagram: "I'm deeply saddened to tell my babes in Portugal that I have to cancel my performance at Rock in Rio (I've literally been crying over this for an hour.) I have a throat & sinus infection & my doctors have advised me not to sing for a few days.

"I promise to make it up to you and give you the best show I'm capable of when I return. Again, I'm so sorry to the babes who were coming to see me. I love you with all my heart. (sic)"

Ariana's UK and European 2017 tour dates are as follows:

May 08 2017 - STOCKHOLM Friends Arena (Sweden)

May 10 2017 - OSLO Telenor Arena (Norway)

May 12 2017 - HERNING Jyske Bank Boxen (Denmark)

May 14 2017 - AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome (Netherlands)

May 18 2017 - BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena (United Kingdom)

May 20 2017 - DUBLIN 3Arena (Ireland)

May 22 2017 - MANCHESTER Arena (United Kingdom)

May 25 2017 - LONDON O2 Arena (United Kingdom)

May 28 2017 - ANTWERP Sportpaleis (Belgium)

June 01 2017 - LOOZ Atlas Arena (Poland)

June 03 2017 - FRANKFURT Festhalle (Germany)

June 05 2017 - ZURICH Hallenstadion (Switzerland)

June 07 2017 - PARIS AccorHotels Arena (France)

June 09 2017 - LYON Hally Tony Garnier (France)

June 11 2017 - LISBON Meo Arena (Portugal)

June 13 2017 - BARCELONA Palau Sant Jordi (Spain)

June 15 2017 - ROME Palalottomatica (Italy)

June 17 2017 - TURIN Palapitour (Italy)

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