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Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Guts Tour’ is back in the US. How much are tickets?
Olivia Rodrigo wrapped the European leg of her ‘GUTS World Tour’ in Portugal.A little less than a month later, the tireless 21-year-old pop star is returning to North America with special guests PinkPantheress and The Breeders for her second batch of shows in the U.S. and Canada.And, while she doesn’t have any stops in New York or New Jersey scheduled this time around, she’ll get close when she performs at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Friday, July 19 and Washington, D.C.’s Capital One Arena on Saturday, July 20.Now for the bad.Based on our findings, tickets aren’t very cheap to see Rodrigo live in July and August.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find for a single North American show was $239 before fees on Vivid Seats.Other concerts have seats starting anywhere from $268 to $642 before fees.Still, it’s hard to put a price on belting your heart out along with Olivia on “drivers license,” “vampire,” “good 4 u” and so many more of her sing-a-long bangers.Need a bit more information before buying tickets?Our team is here to help you work up the ‘GUTS’ to grab the seats of your dreams.Everything you need to know and more about Olivia Rodrigo’s upcoming ‘GUTS World Tour’ concerts can be found below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all U.S.
Billie Eilish packs a punch, again, on ‘Hit Me Hard and Soft’: review
Billie Eilish dropped her groundbreaking, Grammy-winning debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” — there was a seismic shift in pop.At just 17, she emerged as a goth-pop princess whose spooky, synthy sound was eerily prescient of the doom to come when the pandemic shut the world.And the Billie effect was felt with everyone from Olivia Rodrigo to SZA to, yes, even Taylor Swift. While Eilish broke out of the “Bad Guy” groove of her biggest hit on her second album, 2021’s “Happier Than Ever,” there was still no stopping her power.And even when she made the most anti-blockbuster ballad for last summer’s “Barbie” smash, “What Was I Made For?” went on to win both the Song of the Year Grammy and the Best Original Song Oscar — even though the single didn’t even crack the Top 10.Now 22, Eilish is hot off of accomplishing that rare Grammy-Oscar double as she releases her third LP, “Hit Me Hard and Soft” — and she continues to go against the mainstream.In fact, she chose not to release any singles leading up to the album, wanting the collection to be consumed as a “family of songs.”Forget the fact that listening to an album from start to finish in the streaming era is a pretty radical concept.And when the LP gets off to the sleepiest of starts with the dreamy “Skinny” — where Eilish displays her new thing for strings, courtesy of the Attacca Quartet — you might think you accidentally shuffled it to the end.Just like Prince rebeled against the “Purple Rain” mania with “Around the World in a Day” and Radiohead tried to shake off the “OK Computer” masses with “Kid A,” Eilish has refused to play to the basic crowd to meet any sort of commercial expectation.And yet, it still works for her.