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Fans are sour after scalpers snap up Olivia Rodrigo concert tickets

Almost as soon as concert tickets for Olivia Rodrigo's SOUR tour went on sale Friday morning, many cities sold out due to overwhelming demand. Some fans flocked to the Ticketmaster site, only to find themselves on a waitlist behind thousands of people, while others were met with "technical difficulties," frustrating many who ended up empty-handed as dates quickly sold out.
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Olivia Rodrigo Responds to Fans Who "Weren't Able" to Get Sour Tour Tickets

Watch: 2022 Grammy Noms: Selena Gomez, Olivia Rodrigo & More!. Fans hoping to score Olivia Rodrigo tickets had a sweet and sour experience. The Grammy nominee's name was trending for hours on Friday, Dec. 10, as fans reported their experiences scoring tickets to her international Sour tour—or to share their misery with fellow fans who didn't score the valuable pre-sale access codes.
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Olivia Rodrigo Explains Her Decision to Not Headline Arenas on ‘Sour’ Tour

Olivia Rodrigo’s fans are calling her team out for booking small venues for her international Sour tour after tickets sold out quickly. In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, the 18-year-old pop star addressed her decision to not immediately headline arenas on her first world tour. “I don’t think I should skip any steps,” she said.
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Tickets to see Olivia Rodrigo's tour are being resold for thousands

(CNN) — Things are looking pretty sour for fans of Olivia Rodrigo. After tickets to the "Driver's License" singer's "Sour Tour" went on sale Friday morning, many cities sold out almost instantly -- with tickets now being resold for thousands online. In New York, for example, tickets to see...

Olivia Rodrigo Assures Fans Who Didn’t Get Tickets That ‘There Will Be More Tours’

We’re experiencing some jealousy — jealousy of anyone who got Olivia Rodrigo tickets today. The demand for Rodrigo’s first tour was so high that Ticketmaster reported site issues throughout the day. After the Sour Tour officially sold out, the singer took to Instagram to thank her fans and assure everyone who didn’t get tickets that “there will be more tours in the future and I can’t wait to see you then!!!” Rodrigo will be playing at many smaller theaters for the Sour Tour despite clearly being able to fill an arena — one Twitter user, for example, said that there was a virtual line of over 90,000 people hoping to get tickets to a venue that only has capacity for a few thousand people. However, Rodrigo told the Los Angeles Times that she decided not to go straight to arenas because she didn’t want to “skip any steps.” Meanwhile, fans clearly don’t want to skip this tour. But getting a ticket after today might be tough: CNN reports that resale ticket prices in New York have reached $6,000. And according to SFGATE, someone is trying to sell a seat to her San Francisco stop for no less than $9,000. Apparently there’s no rest for the wicked, and no rest for the tickets.

Olivia Rodrigo explains why ‘SOUR’ tour isn’t in bigger venues

Olivia Rodrigo has explained why she isn’t playing bigger venues on her ‘SOUR’ world tour next year after tickets swiftly sold out. The breakout pop star of 2021 announced a raft of tour dates for 2022 last week, including two shows at London’s 5,000-capacity Eventim Apollo.

Olivia Rodrigo Sour Tour tickets are on sale Friday

At just 18 years old, Olivia Rodrigo has already earned seven Grammy nominations, was named Time’s 2021 Entertainer of the Year, became the youngest artist to debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 100, and has even made an appearance at the White House with President Joe Biden — all in her breakthrough year.

See Olivia Rodrigo, Phoebe Bridgers Chat About Touring, Their ‘ACL’ Episode and More

Olivia Rodrigo and Phoebe Bridgers provided counterprogramming of sorts to their joint Austin City Limits episode Saturday as the two singers held a conversation over Instagram Live. Both singers made their Austin City Limits debut for the Dec. 4 episode, filmed during their October visits to the Moody Theatre; as Rodrigo told Bridgers during their conversation, the ACL set was the first time she’d ever been to Austin. While Rodrigo has staged a handful of concerts and festival performances following the release of her debut LP Sour — Number One on Rolling Stone’s list of the 50 Best Albums of 2021 —...

It Looks Like Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’ Will Be at the Very Place She Got Her Driver’s License

Olivia Rodrigo has filmed her very own “Tiny Desk (Home) Concert” for NPR — and it looks like it took place at the very spot she was issued her driver’s license. “Calling all Olivia Rodrigo-heads: Tomorrow, NPR Music will premiere the Tiny Desk (home) concert from the acclaimed singer-songwriter(!!!!!!),” NPR Music tweeted along with a photo of the performance, which features the Sour star wearing a fuzzy purple and red sweater with her hair in pigtails. From the photo, it appears that Rodrigo chose to stage her virtual concert at the mystical place where she was awarded her first driver’s license: the DMV.
Denver Post

Olivia Rodrigo, Foo Fighters, Keith Urban, Tool and more big shows coming to Denver

T(w)een queen Olivia Rodigro, who’s riding high on year-end lists, Grammy nominations and big debuts at the American Music Awards and MTV’s Video Music Awards, is playing the relatively compact Mission Ballroom when she stops through Denver, April 11-12, 2022. The 18-year-old “High School Musical: The Series” and Disney Channel veteran this week unveiled a massive tour of the U.S., Canada and Europe, with opener Gracie Abrams. Tickets for the all-ages Denver concerts are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 10. ($50-$90,