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Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Setlist

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Setlist: Now that the tour for Olivia Rodrigo’s sophomore album has kicked off — here is the setlist!

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Setlist: Now that the tour for Olivia Rodrigo's sophomore album has kicked off -- here is the setlist!

Olivia Rodrigo is embarking on her second world tour, for her wildly successful sophomore album, GUTS. Want to plan ahead for your show? Here is the Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Setlist!

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Setlist

Olivia Rodrigo comes on stage at approximately 8:30pm. The GUTS World Tour Setlist is as follows:

  1. bad idea right?
  2. ballad of a homeschool girl
  3. vampire
  4. traitor
  5. drivers license
  6. teenage dream
  7. pretty isn’t pretty
  8. love is embarrassing
  9. making the bed
  10. logical (sings while flying a moon around the venue)
  11. enough for you (sings while flying a moon around the venue)
  12. lacy 
  13. jealousy, jealousy
  14. happier
  15. favorite crime
  16. deja vu
  17. the grudge

BAND INTERLUDE

18. brutal
19. obsessed
20. all american bitch

ENCORE 1: good 4 u
ENCORE 2: get him back!

Olivia Rodrigo gets off the stage at the end of her show, around 10:05pm, and runs down the barricade giving high fives and taking selfies with fans.

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Setlist: Now that the tour for Olivia Rodrigo's sophomore album has kicked off -- here is the setlist!

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Dates

You can see Olivia Rodrigo LIVE as she tours for her sophomore album, GUTS, in the following cities:

  • Feb. 23 – Palm Springs, California (Acrisure Arena)
  • Feb. 24 – Phoenix (Footprint Center)
  • Feb. 27 – Houston (Toyota Center)
  • Feb. 28 – Austin, Texas (Moody Center)
  • March 1 – Dallas (American Airlines Center)
  • March 2 – New Orleans (Smoothie King Center)
  • March 5 – Orlando, Florida @ Amway Center)
  • March 6 – Miami (Kaseya Center)
  • March 8 – Charlotte, North Carolina (Spectrum Center)
  • March 9 – Nashville, Tennessee (Bridgestone Arena)
  • March 12 – St. Louis (Enterprise Center)
  • March 13 – Omaha, Nebraska (CHI Health Center)
  • March 15 – St. Paul, Minnesota (Xcel Energy Center)
  • March 16 – Milwaukee (Fiserv Forum)
  • March 19 – Chicago (United Center)
  • March 20 – Chicago (United Center)
  • March 22 – Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
  • March 23 – Detroit (Little Caesars Arena)
  • March 26 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Center)
  • March 27 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Center)
  • March 29 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Center)
  • March 30 – Montreal, Canada (Bell Center)
  • April 1 – Boston (TD Garden)
  • April 2 – Boston (TD Garden)
  • April 5 – New York (Madison Square Garden)
  • April 6 – New York (Madison Square Garden)
  • April 8 – New York (Madison Square Garden)
  • April 9 – New York (Madison Square Garden)
  • April 30 – Dublin, Ireland 
  • May 1 – Dublin, Ireland 
  • May 3 – Manchester, England
  • May 4 – Manchester, England
  • May 7 – Glasgow, Scotland
  • May 8 – Glasgow, Scotland
  • May 10 – Birmingham, England
  • May 11 – Birmingham, England 
  • May 14 – London, England
  • May 15 – London, England
  • May 17 – London, England
  • May 18 – London, England
  • May 21 – Antwerp, Belgium
  • May 22 – Antwerp, Belgium
  • May 24 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • May 25 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • May 28 – Oslo, Norway
  • May 30 – Copenhagen, Denmark
  • June 1 – Berlin, Germany
  • June 4 – Hamburg, Germany
  • June 5 – Frankfurt, Germany 
  • June 7 – Munich, Germany
  • June 9 – Bologna, Italy
  • June 11 – Zurich, Switzerland
  • June 12 – Cologne, Germany
  • June 14 – Paris, France
  • June 15 – Paris, France
  • June 18 – Barcelona, Spain
  • June 20 – Madrid, Spain
  • June 22 – Lisbon, Portugal
  • June 23 – Lisbon, Portugal
  • July 19 – Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
  • July 20 – Washington, D.C. (Capital One Arena)
  • July 23 – Atlanta (State Farm Arena)
  • July 24 – Lexington, Kentucky (Rupp Arena)
  • July 26 – Kansas City, Missouri (T-Mobile Center)
  • July 27 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Paycom Center)
  • July 30 – Denver (Ball Arena)
  • July 31 – Salt Lake City (Delta Center)
  • Aug. 2 – San Francisco (Chase Center)
  • Aug. 3 – San Francisco (Chase Center)
  • Aug. 6 – Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
  • Aug. 7 – Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
  • Aug. 9 – Vancouver, Canada
  • Aug. 10 – Portland, Oregon (Moda Center)
  • Aug. 13 – Los Angeles (Kia Forum)
  • Aug. 14 – Los Angeles (Kia Forum)
  • Aug. 16 – Los Angeles (Kia Forum)
  • Aug. 17 – Los Angeles (Kia Forum)

Not able to see her live? Don’t worry, you can still shop GUTS World Tour merch.

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