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Olivia Rodrigo Concert Tickets Are Still Available! Here’s How to See the Guts World Tour

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Olivia Rodrigo is ready to spill her guts again, but this time in front of crowds across the globe. The “Vampire” singer added more dates to her world tour, which means if you’re looking to score cheap tickets to one of her shows, you have additional opportunities.

The “Lacy” singer will be kicking off her tour on Feb. 23, 2024, and there are still tickets available to see her perform live.

As the “Drivers License” singer preps for her world tour, she stopped by NPR’s Tiny Desk to perform a few songs live, including “Love Is Embarrassing” and “Making the Bed.” She also made her second musical guest appearance on Saturday Night Live on Dec. 9, where she performed some of her Guts songs live, which will give you a taste of what you can expect from the upcoming tour.

The star took to Instagram on Sept. 15 to announce additional tour dates in cities including Seattle, New York City, Boston, Chicago, London and more.

“my GUTS world tour just added 18 new dates! ticket registration is open til Sunday, 9/17 on oliviarodrigo.com. more dates in many countries yet to come!!!! 💜❤️ p.s. fans who already registered can update their show preference to one of the new dates,” she captioned the post, which was accompanied by a photo with the updated list of her tour dates.

Openers for Rodrigo’s tour include The Breeders, Chappell Roan, PinkPantheress and Remi Wolf. Each show will feature a different opener, which can be found using the provided key on the list of tour dates on the “Get Him Back!” singer’s tour flyer.

Ticketmaster hosted the official presale for verified tickets on Thursday (Sept. 21) with American Express cardholders getting access a day earlier through the American Express Early Access presale, which occurred on Wednesday (Sept. 20). Ticket prices ranged from $49.50 to $199.50, and VIP packages were included as well.

If you missed the presale, don’t worry — Ticketmaster‘s sale isn’t the only opportunity to get tickets. Keep reading to see where else you can score tickets.

Where to Buy Tickets to Olivia Rodrigo’s Guts World Tour

Before you get sour overing not scoring tickets the first time around, resale sites including StubHub, Vivid Seats and Seat Geek will most likely have tickets available for purchase. They might not be sold at the same prices as Ticketmaster, but it’s likely that costs will fluctuate — especially the closer it gets to each show.

StubHub is offering tickets to Rodrigo’s show starting at $174. You can customize tickets based on recommended ones from the site or price, or you can click on the interactive map to select exactly where you want to sit. The site also comes with the FanProtect Guarantee, which you can read more about here.

Vivid Seats tickets begin around $151 and include 100% Buyer Guarantee protection to help keep your purchases safe. To make sure you get the type of tickets you want, the site allows you to sort tickets by price or seating area in the arena.

Seat Geek has tickets starting around $149 and uses a ranking system on a scale of 1-10 to rate the deals. Tickets labeled as a 10 are considered the best deal, and one-rated tickets are the worst. You can also include fees when looking at ticket prices and even sign up to get notified if ticket sales drop in cost. A bonus offer: use code BILLBOARD10 to save $10 off your ticket purchases of $250+ (offer valid on first purchases only) at SeatGeek.com.

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