Dangerous Woman Tour

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Dangerous Woman Tour
Tour by Ariana Grande
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Associated albumDangerous Woman
Start dateFebruary 3, 2017 (2017-02-03)
End dateSeptember 21, 2017 (2017-09-21)
No. of shows
  • 37 in North America
  • 15 in Europe
  • 12 in Asia
  • 7 in Latin America
  • 6 in Oceania
  • 77 in total
Attendance853,554 (72 shows)
Box office$71 million ($72.57 million in 2018 dollars)[1][2]
Ariana Grande concert chronology

The Dangerous Woman Tour was the third concert tour by American singer and actress Ariana Grande to promote her third studio album, Dangerous Woman (2016). The tour began on February 3, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona, and ended on September 21, 2017 in Hong Kong;[3] the tour was temporarily halted on May 22, 2017 by a terrorist bombing at the end of Grande's Manchester Arena show, which killed 22 concert-goers (including the perpetrator) and injured 139. After organizing and performing at the One Love Manchester benefit concert, Grande resumed the tour on June 7, 2017.[4]

The tour grossed more than $71 million and is Grande's most successful tour to date.

On November 29, 2018, Grande released a docuseries on YouTube titled Dangerous Woman Diaries that included behind-the-scenes footage from the tour as well as many performances on the tour.


On May 23, 2016, Ariana Grande announced on social media that she would go on tour at the end of 2016 or early 2017 and that fans who ordered her album before May 25 would get a code to purchase tickets before the general sale.[citation needed] On September 9, 2016, Grande released the dates for the first leg of the tour, beginning on February 3, 2017.[5] Ticket pre-sales for the first leg began on September 20, and general ticket sales began on September 24, 2016. European tour dates were announced on October 20, 2016[6] for May and June 2017.[7]

On September 22, 2016, Grande announced on Twitter that Victoria Monét and Little Mix would be joining the tour as opening acts throughout the North American leg of the tour.[8] On September 26, 2016, Grande announced that the tour would visit Australia.[9] Bia joined the tour as the opening act for the UK dates.[10] Grande also scheduled dates in Latin America for June and July 2017, in Oceania for September 2017,[11] and in Asia for August and September 2017, including in Singapore as part of the F1 Grand Prix.[citation needed]

Costume design[edit]

For the show's visual, Grande worked with her stylist Law Roach and designer Bryan Hearns, creating a more "mature" and "growth" look for Grande. Describing the concept of the outfits used during the shows, Hearns stated: "It's about making an adult Ariana, marrying her silhouette with what's happening in fashion right now, so a big theme is sportswear—everything is oversized, there are straps everywhere, and cool hardware ... It's definitely more edgy, it's more adult, but still playful and young."[12] Talking about the opening look, a high-neck black bodysuit, with a flirty skirt on top, he revealed that the look was designed one day before of the first show, he explained: "I slept for four hours. It was stressful, but it was exciting, it was awesome."[12] The look was inspired by Audrey Hepburn. During an interview with Billboard, Hearns said:

Most of the looks are my direct aesthetic, so I put my stamp on it, it was just a certain silhouette that she wanted and certain colors, and that's how we met in the middle. We had a couple of looks that were in her silhouette, which is usually high-waisted bodysuits, shorts, skirts and crop tops. It's very flattering on her so we have a lot of items in that shape.[13]

He also revealed that "everything was a mixture of leather, denim, strappy fabrics and hardware." "We use a lot of sweatshirt fabric because everything is very relaxed-looking. It doesn’t have a lot going on in terms of the details."[13] The look styled by Grande during the fourth act of the show, a crop-top with blue pants, was inspired by 90s styles (mainly the R&B group TLC).[12]

Concert synopsis[edit]

Ten minutes and fifty seconds before the show started, a countdown timer and video projected on a giant screen in front of the stage showing Grande and two of her dancers. After the end of the countdown, ten dancers emerged onstage followed by Grande, who wore a black dress and high heeled boots; the show began with "Be Alright". Grande sang while performing a vogue-style choreography, while dancers, dressed in black costumes, move around her.[14][15] After the song, Grande puts on a jacket and performed "Everyday" as red lights dimmed the stage to a background of pyrotechnics. During the performance, the rapper Future appeared in the projected video singing his verse.[16] Next was "Bad Decisions", with elevated platforms and Grande's dancers around her.[16] "Let Me Love You" followed, on a stage dimly lit by blue and white lights.[16][15] Grande exited over an elevated platform that then descended; the song transitioned into an orchestral string interlude followed by video of Grande, with a purple aura around her, singing the supposed intro for the original version "Dangerous Woman" (formerly titled Moonlight) that did not appear on the video release.

Grande performing "Knew Better Pt. II"

The second part of the show began with an extended version of "Knew Better" during which Grande and her dancers dressed in street-style white clothes, followed by "Forever Boy", featuring colorful stage effects.[16] Grande then performed a stripped down version of "One Last Time", which transitioned into the original version of the song. Next was R&B-inspired song "Touch It". Stage projections and visual effects were shown as Grande again stood atop an elevated platform.[17][16] Grande concluded the second part singing "Leave Me Lonely" with lighting effects. After the end of the song, an extended version of the song played as Grande went backstage for a costume change, and a backing band (guitars, drums, bass and keyboards) arrived onstage.[14][15]

The third act of the show started with a second interlude on the video screen, showing Grande in blonde hair and a leotard posing provocatively as feminist words are displayed, including "empowered", "grounded", "not asking for it" (which repeats multiple times), "free", "gentle", "ferocious", "sexual", "human" and "female".[17][15] Grande then ascended to the stage wearing a gray bra and a skirt with straps, while her dancers rode stationary bicycles on a platform to perform "Side to Side";[14][16][15] the stage transformed into a gymnasium with lockers, benches and a chinning bar. Rapper Nicki Minaj was shown on the video screen in scenes reminiscent of the official music video during her verse.[17] Grande then performed a remixed version of "Bang Bang" with extreme lighting effects. Next, during "Greedy", fake money with Grande's face on it fell onto the audience; the song then transitioned into "Focus", during which the screen showed scenes from the music video. Grande ended the set with "I Don't Care" and exited as the band played an outro for the song.

Grande performing "Thinking Bout You"

The fourth part of the show started with Grande returning to the catwalk wearing a white bra and harem pants and singing "Moonlight" as she knelt in front of a celestial background and projections.[16][17] Next was "Love Me Harder" and a reworked version of "Break Free" with laser effects around the stage;[17][14] this was followed by "Sometimes", during which pink balloons fell from the ceiling.[17] Grande then sang "Thinking Bout You" as the video screen showed colored silhouettes of opposite-sex and same-sex couples.[17] There ensued an optional interchangeable section of the concert, followed by "Problem" with the stage dimmed to blue lights while the dancers carried big blue glow sticks, followed by "Into You", which concluded the main set.[16] For the encore, after a two-minute silence, Grande performed "Dangerous Woman", wearing a black latex dress, with red lighting and pyrotechnics on the stage. Grande thanked the audience and bade them farewell as the band ended the song.[14][17][16]

Critical response[edit]

The Dangerous Woman Tour received mostly positive reviews. For example, in a review for Las Vegas Weekly, Ian Caramanzana wrote: "Grande's burly, soulful vibrato and wide range remain the star of her show, and she's at her best when it's just her, a microphone and her band – especially when she performs ballads".[15] Ed Masley commented for The Arizona Republic that Grande has grown "into a self-assured R&B diva with the vocal chops to back up the confident swagger she brought to the stage. ... Vocally, Grande exuded more power and passion than ever, especially on the ballads".[14] Jon Pareles of The New York Times praised Grande for not resorting to shock value, he described the concert as "a show of confidence, prowess and aplomb. ... Onstage, Ms. Grande ... flaunts professionalism, not skin or profanities".[17] Billboard's Kristin Corpuz said of Grande's performance at Madison Square Garden: "She's showing off a more mature sound and edgier image. With outfits custom-made by celebrity fashion designer Bryan Hearns, Grande electrified the Madison Square Garden stage with her four-piece rhythm section and 10 backup dancers."[18] A Billboard report later commented of the last concert of the tour that Grande "more than delivered with her impressive vocal range, sultry dance moves, unstoppable energy and a whirl of costume changes. ... [Through her tour,] Grande has brought people together through music to love and support each other."[19]

In a more mixed review, Chris Kelly of The Washington Post thought that "her gorgeous four-octave soprano was often obscured by her bass-heavy backing band", but he described the show as "a pristine showcase of her immense vocal talent."[20] Dan Hyman of Chicago Tribune opined, "[A]side from a massive projection screen that lived behind the stage and stretched the width of the arena, the production seemed a bit cheap for a show of this scale. ... But it doesn't matter for this gifted singer: all Grande needs do to ... is dial back the bass and belt out some of her magnificent vocal runs."[21]

Manchester Arena bombing[edit]

On May 22, 2017, after Grande's show at Manchester Arena in England, an explosion caused the death of 22 concert-goers and more than 800 injuries.[22] Grande cancelled subsequent tour dates through June 5.[23] Grande organised a benefit concert, One Love Manchester, which took place on June 4 at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester, to aid the bombing victims and affected families. Various artists joined Grande for the concert.[24] Alfredo Flores, Grande's tour photographer, told Refinery 29 that, after the bombing:

Ariana was nervous, of course, but she was also excited to get back on the road, and so were we. We didn't want terror to win, we didn’t want to live in fear, because that's the whole point of terrorism. .... I can't say that if it was another artist they wouldn’t have continued with the tour, but I do know that Ariana is super, super brave.[25]

Set list[edit]

This set list is representative of the concert on February 3, 2017,[14] it does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Be Alright"
  2. "Everyday"
  3. "Bad Decisions"
  4. "Let Me Love You"
  5. "Knew Better"
  6. "Forever Boy"
  7. "One Last Time"
  8. "Touch It"
  9. "Leave Me Lonely"
  10. "Side to Side"
  11. "Bang Bang"
  12. "Greedy"
  13. "I Don't Care"
  14. "Moonlight"
  15. "Love Me Harder"
  16. "Break Free"
  17. "Sometimes"
  18. "Thinking Bout You"
  19. "Problem"
  20. "Into You"
  21. "Dangerous Woman"


  • In Las Vegas and Omaha, Grande performed "Pink + White".[26]
  • During the show in Tulsa, Grande performed "Honeymoon Avenue".[27]
  • During the second show in New York City, Grande performed "Jason's Song (Gave It Away)" with Jason Robert Brown.[16]
  • During the shows in Inglewood and Paris, and the third performance in Chiba, Grande performed "The Way" with Mac Miller.[28][29]
  • Starting with the performance in Stockholm, "Focus" was added to the set list.[30]
  • Starting with the performance in Paris, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" was added to the set list.[4]
  • During the show in Singapore at the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix, "Knew Better", "Forever Boy", "Touch It", “Moonlight” “Sometimes”, "Thinking Bout You" and "Problem" were not performed.


List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening acts Attendance Revenue
North America[31][32]
February 3, 2017 Phoenix United States Talking Stick Resort Arena Victoria Monét
Little Mix
11,489 / 12,739 $737,148
February 4, 2017 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena 9,437 / 10,787 $845,275
February 7, 2017 Omaha CenturyLink Center Omaha N/A N/A
February 9, 2017 Tulsa BOK Center
February 14, 2017 Nashville Bridgestone Arena 11,472 / 11,472 $614,544
February 17, 2017 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena 6,301 / 6,301 $696,265
February 19, 2017 Manchester SNHU Arena Victoria Monét
February 21, 2017 Buffalo KeyBank Center 8,646 / 13,693 $577,237
February 23, 2017 New York City Madison Square Garden Victoria Monét
Little Mix
26,635 / 26,635 $2,923,027
February 24, 2017
February 26, 2017 Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena 8,685 / 14,011 $569,214
February 27, 2017 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena 10,073 / 13,578 $961,756
March 1, 2017 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center 11,657 / 14,079 $909,258
March 3, 2017 Boston TD Garden 12,349 / 12,944 $1,105,421
March 5, 2017 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena 14,503 / 14,503 $1,036,610
March 6, 2017 Montreal Bell Centre 13,287 / 13,287 $842,563
March 9, 2017 Columbus United States Nationwide Arena 10,069 / 14,414 $611,976
March 11, 2017 Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldhouse Victoria Monét
10,952 / 13,020 $635,956
March 12, 2017 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
Victoria Monét
Little Mix
12,043 / 12,437 $829,626
March 14, 2017 Chicago United Center 12,342 / 13,584 $989,255
March 16, 2017 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center 8,373 / 14,736 $549,262
March 18, 2017 Kansas City Sprint Center 10,591 / 13,382 $650,414
March 21, 2017 Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena 10,291 / 20,840 $584,595
March 23, 2017 Seattle KeyArena 11,540 / 11,783 $802,916
March 24, 2017 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena 13,213 / 13,213 $951,207
March 26, 2017 Sacramento United States Golden 1 Center 12,376 / 12,776 $908,963
March 27, 2017 San Jose SAP Center 12,113 / 12,642 $1,092,023
March 30, 2017 Anaheim Honda Center 11,547 / 11,547 $1,042,336
March 31, 2017 Inglewood The Forum 12,054 / 12,874 $1,047,815
April 3, 2017 Denver Pepsi Center 10,278 / 13,172 $676,163
April 6, 2017 San Antonio AT&T Center 11,051 / 12,960 $720,344
April 8, 2017 Houston Toyota Center 10,324 / 11,548 $901,670
April 9, 2017 Dallas American Airlines Center 12,460 / 13,204 $957,931
April 11, 2017 New Orleans Smoothie King Center 7,574 / 12,580 $507,455
April 12, 2017 Atlanta Philips Arena 10,987 / 11,285 $780,827
April 14, 2017 Miami American Airlines Arena 12,019 / 12,673 $964,439
April 15, 2017 Orlando Amway Center 12,226 / 12,574 $946,615
May 8, 2017 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena Victoria Monét
14,106 / 14,106 $988,854
May 10, 2017 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena 12,129 / 12,412 $752,062
May 12, 2017 Herning Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen 9,111 / 14,578 $655,222
May 14, 2017 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome 31,801 / 31,815 $1,638,610
May 16, 2017
May 18, 2017 Birmingham England Genting Arena 11,554 / 12,036 $738,618
May 20, 2017 Dublin Ireland 3Arena 12,595 / 12,804 $792,166
May 22, 2017 Manchester England Manchester Arena 14,158 / 14,218 $883,825
June 4, 2017[c] Emirates Old Trafford N/A N/A N/A
June 7, 2017 Paris France AccorHotels Arena KnowleDJ
Victoria Monét
15,442 / 15,442 $1,020,450
June 9, 2017 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier 9,833 / 9,833 $518,788
June 11, 2017 Lisbon Portugal MEO Arena 13,573 / 16,239 $755,290
June 13, 2017 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi 11,483 / 16,273 $917,766
June 15, 2017 Rome Italy PalaLottomatica 7,558 / 7,558 $362,100
June 17, 2017 Turin Pala Alpitour 11,249 / 11,249 $740,175
Latin America[37][38][39][40][41]
June 29, 2017 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Jeunesse Arena DJ Ronaldinho
Sabrina Carpenter
10,337 / 12,370 $731,303
July 1, 2017 São Paulo Allianz Parque 24,717 / 27,300 $1,605,750
July 3, 2017 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena Victoria Monét 9,100 / 9,442 $994,977
July 5, 2017 Buenos Aires Argentina DirecTV Arena Victoria Monét
Oriana Sabatini
8,623 / 8,727 $764,260
July 9, 2017 Alajuela Costa Rica Parque Viva Échele Miel
Fátima Pinto
Victoria Monét
11,141 / 11,141 $776,744
July 12, 2017 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes Victoria Monét 36,284 / 40,278 $2,078,842
July 13, 2017
August 10, 2017 Chiba Japan Makuhari Messe Beverly 52,035 / 59,817 $6,525,600
August 12, 2017 Little Glee Monster
August 13, 2017
August 15, 2017 Seoul South Korea Gocheok Sky Dome N/A 19,422 / 20,008 $1,876,580
August 17, 2017 Bangkok Thailand IMPACT Arena 9,694 / 9,694 $1,283,740
August 21, 2017 Manila Philippines Mall of Asia Arena 9,607 / 10,400 $1,199,770
August 26, 2017 Beijing China LeSports Center 7,997 / 8,023 $1,099,220
August 28, 2017 Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena 11,225 / 11,225 $1,391,210
August 30, 2017 Guangzhou Guangzhou Sports Arena 10,792 / 10,792 $1,247,490
September 2, 2017 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena N/A 11,593 / 11,593 $954,738
September 4, 2017 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena 23,809 / 24,694 $2,420,480
September 5, 2017
September 8, 2017 Sydney ICC Sydney Theatre 16,505 / 16,580 $1,625,830
September 9, 2017
September 12, 2017 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre 10,604 / 10,604 $1,022,406
September 16, 2017[d] Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit N/A N/A N/A
September 19, 2017 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena 11,570 / 12,673 $1,375,330
September 21, 2017 Hong Kong AsiaWorld–Arena 7,740 / 8,796 $1,006,410
Total 900,554 / 953,993 (91.4%) $69,721,319

Cancelled shows[edit]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
May 25, 2017 London England The O2 Arena Manchester Arena bombing[23]
May 26, 2017
May 28, 2017 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
May 31, 2017 Łódź Poland Atlas Arena
June 1, 2017
June 3, 2017 Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
June 5, 2017 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
July 18, 2017 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey Unforeseen circumstances [45]
July 19, 2017
August 23, 2017 Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam Quân khu 7 Stadium Health problems (influenza)[46][47]


  1. ^ Due to their performance at the 2017 Brit Awards, Little Mix could not perform at the February 19 & 21 concert. Bia was the replacement act.[33]
  2. ^ Due to their performance at the 2017 Kids' Choice Awards, Little Mix could not perform at the March 11 concert. Bia was the replacement act.[34]
  3. ^ The concert of June 4, 2017, One Love Manchester, was a benefit concert to aid the Manchester Arena bombing victims and affected families.[24]
  4. ^ The concert on September 16, 2017, in Singapore was part of the Formula 1 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.[44]


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