Sabrina Carpenter Unveils Dates for Her ‘Short and Sweet’ North American Tour

singer/songwriter Sabrina Carpenter announces her upcoming North American headlining Arena tour

Published Time: 20.06.2024 - 18:31:33 Modified Time: 20.06.2024 - 18:31:33

singer/songwriter Sabrina Carpenter announces her upcoming North American headlining Arena tour. The “Short n’ Sweet” tour, which kicks off September 23rd in Columbus, Ohio and includes headlining dates at New York’s Madison Square Garden and the Arena in Los Angeles.

Amaarae, Griff and Declan McKenna will be supporting Sabrina on this tour. Sabrina has partnered with PLUS1 on this tour to launch the Sabrina Carpenter Fund, which will support the well-being of people and animals, including national and local organizations working on the issues of mental health, animal welfare, and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

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Nearly six albums into her career, Carpenter made Hot 100 history with her new single “Please Please Please” debuting at No. 2, and “Espresso” lifting to a new peak of No. 3 on the list. The 25-year-old singer-songwriter became the first solo act in the history of the Billboard chart to land two simultaneous top-three hits.

“Please Please Please” was completed by a cinematic music video starring “Saltburn” star and Carpenter’s real-life boyfriend, Barry Keoghan. The song was co-written with Amy All -

en, who also helped pen “Espresso.”

The singles will appear on her new album, “Short n’ Sweet,” due out Aug. 23. “This project is quite special to me and I hope it’ll be something special to you too,” she wrote on social media with the announcement. Half of the LP was produced by Jack Antonoff, along with returning collaborator, Julian Bunetta, as reported by Rolling Stone.

Carpenter released her fifth album “s I Can’t Send” in 2022, as well as its deluxe edition “s I Can’t Send Fwd” the following year. It became her highest-charting to date and boasted a hot single “Nonsense,” a song that caught fire after she provided alternate closing lyrics while opening for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour in South America and Australia. She also toured the album on her own 80-date headlining world tour.

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