Multi-platinum selling and Grammy Award-nominated artist Ariana Grande has today announced her biggest European tour yet, The Dangerous Woman tour. Produced and promoted exclusively by Live Nation, the European leg of tour will stop at The O2 on Thursday 25 May 2017.
Within less than a year, Ariana Grande captured No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 twice—first with her Republic Records debut “Yours Truly” and also with its 2014 follow-up, “My Everything.”
In 2014, Ariana was named “Best Female” at the MTV Europe Music Awards, as well as bagging the award for “Best Song” with “Problem” in the same year. Other accolades followed, with Ariana winning the award for “International Breakthrough of the Year” at the NRJ Music Awards 2014, the Bravo Otto “Super Singer” award in 2015, “Newcomer” at Germany’s 2014 BAMBI Awards, as well as a 2016 BRIT award nomination for “International Female Solo Artist and “Best International Female” award at the 2016 MTV Italian Music Awards.
2016 sees Ariana release her mega-anticipated third full-length album, “Dangerous Woman,” driven by the title track, which captured No. 1 on both iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and Top Pop Songs Chart minutes after release. “Dangerous Woman” also debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, earning her the distinction of becoming the first artist to debut on the chart with the lead single from her first three albums. Today, she sits as one of Spotify’s Top 10 most listened to artists in the world with over 28 million monthly listeners.
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