iHeartRadio has announced the full lineup for the upcoming 2023 Jingle Ball concert tour!
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Olivia Rodrigo has cancelled her publicity tour in Australia days before it kicks off due to “unforeseen circumstances”.The pop star was due to host a Q&A with fans on September 22. She was also booked for a number of media interviews in promotion of her new album ‘Guts‘.A spokesperson from Universal Music Australia said [via MusicNews]: “Olivia is devastated that she won’t be able to make it, however she’s so excited to see her Australian Livies [fans] in 2024.”Rodrigo recently announced her ‘Guts World Tour’ for next year, which opens in Palm Springs, California on February 23, 2024.The singer-songwriter was set on a promo tour of Australia following her record-breaking success in the country.
Rodrigo has had three Number One singles there including her recent hit ‘Vampire‘.Last week, Rodrigo picked up her second UK Number One album in the UK, with ‘Guts’ outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined.The album racked up more than 60,000 chart units in its first week. Her debut album ‘Sour’ also re-entered the Top 10 following the second album’s release.‘Guts’ has had the fourth biggest opening week for an album in 2023, following records by Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.Meanwhile, the singer has added 18 new addition dates to her world tour due to fan demand.The updated 75 date tour will now include a four-night run at New York’s Madison Square Garden, London’s O2 Arena and Los Angeles’ Kia Forum.
iHeartRadio has announced the full lineup for the upcoming 2023 Jingle Ball concert tour!
iHeartRadio has unveiled its star-studded 2023 Jingle Ball lineup, including performances by Olivia Rodrigo, Usher, Nicki Minaj, SZA, Niall Horan, and Jelly Roll.
2023 Jingle Ball at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Friday, Dec. 8 and it’s a doozy.Taking the top spots on this year’s bill are Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, Sabrina Carpenter, Pentatonix and Big Time Rush.That’s not all though.They’ll be joined by Jelly Roll, OneRepublic, Doechii, Melanie Martinez and David Kushner.And if you want to grab tickets for the star-studded affair, you can pick them up as soon as today.At the time of publication, our team found seats going for as low as $312 before fees on Vivid Seats.More expensive tickets range anywhere from $700 to $4000 before fees.Need tickets but looking for a little information before smashing that buy button?Keep scrolling, Jingle Ballers.We’ve got everything you need to know and more below about MSG’s 2023 Jingle Ball below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of all the best prices on tickets by section at Madison Square Garden can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
Steven J. Horowitz Olivia Rodrigo, SZA and Nicki Minaj are just a few of the artists slated to perform as part of iHeartMedia’s annual Jingle Ball Tour presented by Capital One. In addition to the trio, the tour will feature a variety of musicians at various stops on the trek including Usher, Niall Horan, OneRepublic, AJR, Sabrina Carpenter, Jelly Roll, Miguel, Big Time Rush, NCT DREAM, Flo Rida, Zara Larsson, Kaliii, Doechii, Lil Durk, (G)I-Dle, Ludacris, LANY, Marshmello, David Kushner, Melanie Martinez, P1Harmony, Teddy Swims and Paul Russell.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor Letterboxd has been acquired by Tiny, a Canadian holding company, in a deal that values the popular social site for film fanatics at over $50 million. Letterboxd was founded in 2011 by two entrepreneurs in New Zealand, Matthew Buchanan and Karl von Randow.
After more than a decade on the CW, the iHeartMedia Jingle Ball television special is moving to ABC with a multi-year deal.
The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess, which fans have been waiting to hear for a long time.For those who don’t know much about Roan, read on below and then give her album a play.Her Stage NameNo, Chappell Roan isn’t her real name. To pay tribute to her grandfather, Dennis K. Chappell, who passed away from brain cancer a year or so before she signed her first record label deal, the singer adopted the stage name Chappell Roan.
Queens Of The Stone Age have announced more tour dates across North America this December – see the newly announced dates below.Earlier this week, the band took to social media to announce their new show dates, which will see them close out their 2023 run of shows in North America this December.The newly announced North American leg of the band’s The End Is Nero tour will see them perform eight shows across the United States of America between December 5 and December 16. Shows have been confirmed for Phoenix, El Paso, Austin, Houston, Irving, Albuquerque, San Diego and Los Angeles.See the full list of tour dates below.A post shared by QOTSA (@queensofthestoneage)A Live Nation pre-sale for the new dates begins on September 21 at 10am local time using the code STUDIO, while general sales start on September 22.
Olivia Rodrigo has reacted to Chipotle’s joke that references a lyric from the pop star’s ‘Guts’ album track ‘Ballad Of A Homeschooled Girl’.Chipotle, the Mexican food-inspired restaurant chain, posted an image on its Instagram account last week of its chips and guacamole side dish with a hand hovering over it bearing rings similar to those Rodrigo wears on her ‘Guts‘ album cover.The chain captioned the image with “every guy I like is guac” in reference to Rodrigo’s lyric, “Everything I do is tragic/ Every guy I like is gay.”Rodrigo commented on the post, writing: “LMFAOOOOO THIS IS AMAZING.”A post shared by Chipotle (@chipotle)The news follows Rodrigo picking up her second UK Number One album recently, with ‘Guts’ outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined.The album racked up over 60,000 chart units in its first week. Her debut album ‘Sour’ also re-entered the Top 10 following the second album’s release.‘Guts’ has had the fourth biggest opening week for an album in 2023, following records by Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.In other news, the pop star has cancelled her publicity tour in Australia days before it kicks off due to “unforeseen circumstances”.Rodrigo was due to host a Q&A with fans on September 22.
Thania Garcia Olivia Rodrigo’s sophomore effort “Guts” becomes the 20-year-old’s second No. 1 album, starting with the equivalent of 302,000 albums sold in the United States and nearly 100 million streams — the fourth largest opening week for any album in 2023. It follows Travis Scott’s massive opening week with “Utopia,” which entered with 496,000 units back in July.
Olivia Rodrigo has picked up her second UK Number One album, with ‘Guts’ outselling the rest of the Top 10 combined.The album racked up over 60,000 chart units in its first week, with debut album ‘Sour’ also re-entering the Top 10 following the second album’s release.‘Guts’ has had the fourth biggest opening week for an album in 2023, following records by Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift.Number Two in this week’s chart was Travis Scott‘s ‘Utopia’ while The Coral‘s new LP ‘Sea Of Mirrors’ is at Three.
British Taylor Swift fans say they are 'so so so excited' after some eagle-eyed supporters noticed that the singer’s concert tour could be coming to UK cinemas next month.
Olivia Rodrigo has added 18 new addition dates to her 2024 ‘Guts‘ world tour due to incredible fan demand.The updated 75 date tour will now include a four-night run at New York’s Madison Square Garden, London’s O2 Arena and Los Angeles’ Kia Forum. Second shows have been announced for Chicago, Montreal, Boston, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Paris, San Francisco, and Seattle.Rodrigo’s world tour is set to kick off on Friday, February 23, 2024 in Palm Springs, CA at Acrisure Arena. From there the singer will make stops in major cities across the US before heading over to the UK and EU.
Due to incredible demand, multi-platinum, three-time Grammy award-winning artist Olivia Rodrigo announced 18 new dates on her highly anticipated 2024 GUTS world tour.
Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo has added further dates to her huge GUTS world tour in 2024 with a second date in Manchester due to demand.
Olivia Rodrigo will take her 2024 Guts World Tour on 57 dates (and counting) across North America and Europe beginning in February, with two Madison Square Garden shows in New York City and two at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.
Selena Gomez is not impressed by the internet mocking the faces she made in response to Chris Brown’s 2023 MTV Video Music Awards nomination and Olivia Rodrigo’s performance at Tuesday’s award show.“I will never be a meme again,” Gomez, 31, wrote on her Instagram Story Wednesday.“I’d rather sit still than be dragged for being myself. Much love,” she signed off.
American singer Olivia Rodrigo has announced that she will be taking her album Guts on a worldwide tour.The 20-year-old music artist, who performed at the Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Tuesday released her second studio album on September 8.The global tour for Guts will kick off on Friday February 23 2024 in Palm Springs California, with stops including London, Amsterdam, Miami and Paris.The UK leg of the tour will begin in Manchester at the Co-op Live on Friday May 3 before it heads to Glasgow’s OVO Hydro for May 7. Olivia will play Birmingham’s Utilita Arena on Friday May 10 before embarking on two nights at The O2 in London on Tuesday May 14 and Wednesday May 15.
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American popstar Olivia Rodrigo has announced a string of UK shows next year in support of her new album Guts.