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The Dangerous Woman Tour (abbreviated as "DWT") was Ariana Grande's third concert tour in support of her third studio album Dangerous Woman, which was released on May 20, 2016. The tour began on February 3, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona, and concluded on September 21, 2017 in Hong Kong, China. The tour was sponsored by Burger King and Bkstg.

Grande worked with her photographer and friend Alfredo Flores and created a YouTube Originals docu-series titled The Dangerous Woman Diaries that was released on November 29, 2018 which acts as the concert film for the Dangerous Woman Tour and contains behind the scenes footage of the Dangerous Woman Tour and the making of her fourth studio album, Sweetener.


On July 7, 2016, Grande replied to a Twitter post that she's working on the tour dates.[1] On July 31, Grande replied to a Twitter post that she will likely announce the tour dates at the end of August.[2] The two opening acts were announced to be Little Mix and Victoria Monét.

The DW Tour Instagram account was created at the end of October 2016 to document the tour. Rehearsals fully began after the completion of Hairspray Live! in December and throughout January. Grande worked with Alfredo Flores, Hannah Lux Davis, and Jones Crow to create visuals for the tour.[3][4][5]

On February 27, 2017, Live Nation announced that BIA will be joining the tour as the opening act for the UK dates during the European leg of the tour. She is also opening in Scandinavia and Amsterdam.[6]


  • Toulouse and Pignoli accompanied Grande on the tour.
  • Grande wore many different hairstyles throughout the tour, as opposed to exclusively wearing her signature high pony. On select shows, she would wear her hair down, sometimes with mini space buns. During the show in Tulsa, she wore her bangs instead of clipping them back.
  • When the first leg of the tour commenced, Grande expressed her gratitude to her fans on Instagram, leading to #ThankYouAriana to trend on Twitter the next day.[7]
  • At select shows, Mac Miller performed "The Way" with Grande on stage during the interchangeable slot. He would also join her to perform "Dang!" on June 7, 2017.
  • This is Grande's shortest arena tour, lasting seven months and 18 days
  • Hannah Lux Davis directed all of the visuals used for the tour.
  • On September 17, Lady Cultura, one of Grande's backup dancers, was fired after using a racial slur on her Instagram story.[8]

Stage design[]

In the Dangerous Woman Diaries series, Grande explained that the stage design she chose for the tour was like a blank canvas as the stage is entirely white. In fact, the stage is very different from the one featured in the Honeymoon Tour. Instead of using a traditional LED panel rectangular screen, Grande went with a different technology. The "screen" was in an inverted triangle shape, the shape of the screen varied following the size of the venue. A technology of projection was used and the screen was made of thousands of small strings, forming a curtain-like effect.

This permitted to have a less aggressive lighting coming from the screen and more options for the visuals. There was also a long T-shaped catwalk with pointy edges. The stage was equipped of several lifts on which the dancers and grande herself performed several songs such as "Bad Decisions", "Side to Side" and "Knew Better/Forever Boy". For the other legs, the lifts were switched to movable stairs. During "Greedy", custom-made dollar bills confettis were thrown. The show also featured smoke and fire effects from the stage. The band performed behind the main screen at the beginning of the show and appeared on stage during the "Leave Me Lonely Interlude" on moving platforms.

Opening acts[]

Little Mix
1. "Salute"
2. "Hair/Whip My Hair"
3. "Move" Only on February 3 and 4
4. "Wings"
5. "Secret Love Song" Not on March 1 or April 3
6. "Touch"
7. "Shout Out to My Ex"
8. "Black Magic"

Victoria Monét
1. "New Love"
2. "Freak"
3. "Made In China"
4. "More Of You"
5. "Better Days" Solo version
6. "Ready"
7. "That's What I Like" Bruno Mars cover
8. "Bad And Boujee" Dance break
9. "High Luv"
10. "Do You Like It"

1. "All Around The World"
2. "Whip It"
3. "Gucci Comin Home"
4. "Safari"
5. "Esta Noche" Solo version, only on Feb 21

Sabrina Carpenter
1. "Smoke and Fire"
2. "Feels Like Loneliness"
3. "No Words"
4. "Hands"
5. "Wildside"
6. "All We Have Is Love"
7. "Eyes Wide Open"
8. "On Purpose"
9. "Thumbs"

Oriana Sabatini
1. "Love Me Down Easy"


In her interview with Ryan Seacrest, Grande said that she would perform every song from Dangerous Woman. She said she would also sing some old songs as well as covers.[9] She also expressed her desire to perform "Focus"[10] (although she did end up doing this) and to extend "Knew Better" for the tour.[11] She expressed wanting to use the Mi.Mu Gloves on the tour originally[12] but eventually decided not to use them on tour.

Act 1
"Intro Countdown" Interlude (played from tape)
1. "Be Alright" Opener
2. "Everyday"
3. "Bad Decisions"
4. "Let Me Love You"
Act 2
"Baby Loves" Interlude (played from tape)
5. "Knew Better"
6. "Forever Boy"
7. "One Last Time" (Remix)
8. "Touch It"
9. "Leave Me Lonely"
10. "Leave Me Lonely (Reprise)" (Extended Outro)
Act 3
"Female" Interlude (played from tape)
11. "Side To Side"
12. "Bang Bang" (Remix)
13. "Greedy" (Starting May)
14. "Focus" (Starting May)
15. "I Don't Care"
Act 4
"I Don't Care (Reprise)" Interlude (Extended Outro)
16. "Moonlight"
17. "Love Me Harder"
18. "Break Free" (Remix)
19. "Sometimes"
20. "Thinking Bout You"
21. "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" (Starting June 7)
22. Bonus Song *Interchangeable*
23. "Problem" (Remix)
24. "Into You"
Act 5
25. "Dangerous Woman" (With Extended Outro) Show Closer

Interchangeable Slot[]




Main article: Merchandise - DWT


Date City Country Venue Opening Acts
North America
February 3, 2017 Phoenix United States Footprint Center Victoria Monét
Little Mix
February 4, 2017 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
February 7, 2017 Omaha CHI Health Center Omaha
February 9, 2017 Tulsa BOK Center
February 14, 2017 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
February 17, 2017 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
February 19, 2017 Manchester SNHU Arena Victoria Monét
February 21, 2017 Buffalo KeyBank Center
February 23, 2017 New York City Madison Square Garden Victoria Monét
Little Mix
February 24, 2017
February 26, 2017 Cleveland Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
February 27, 2017 Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena
March 1, 2017 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
March 3, 2017 Boston TD Garden
March 5, 2017 Toronto Canada Scotiabank Arena
March 6, 2017 Montréal Centre Bell
March 9, 2017 Columbus United States Nationwide Arena
March 11, 2017 Indianapolis Gainbridge Fieldhouse Victoria Monét
March 12, 2017 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills Victoria Monét
Little Mix
March 14, 2017 Chicago United Center
March 16, 2017 St. Paul Xcel Energy Center
March 18, 2017 Kansas City T-Mobile Center
March 21, 2017 Salt Lake City Vivint Arena
March 23, 2017 Seattle Climate Pledge Arena
March 24, 2017 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
March 26, 2017 Sacramento United States Golden 1 Center
March 27, 2017 San Jose SAP Center
March 30, 2017 Anaheim Honda Center
March 31, 2017 Inglewood Kia Forum
April 3, 2017 Denver Ball Arena
April 6, 2017 San Antonio AT&T Center
April 8, 2017 Houston Toyota Center
April 9, 2017 Dallas American Airlines Center
April 11, 2017 New Orleans Smoothie King Center
April 12, 2017 Atlanta State Farm Arena
April 14, 2017 Miami FTX Arena
April 15, 2017 Orlando Amway Center

Date City Country Venue Opening Acts
May 8, 2017 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena Victoria Monét
May 10, 2017 Oslo Norway Telenor Arena
May 12, 2017 Herning Denmark Jyske Bank Boxen
May 14, 2017 Amsterdam The Netherlands Ziggo Dome
May 16, 2017
May 18, 2017 Birmingham England Resorts World Arena
May 20, 2017 Dublin Ireland 3Arena
May 22, 2017 Manchester England AO Arena
June 4, 2017 Emirates Old Trafford N/A
June 7, 2017 Paris France Accor Arena KnowleDJ
Victoria Monét
June 9, 2017 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
June 11, 2017 Lisbon Portugal Altice Arena
June 13, 2017 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
June 15, 2017 Rome Italy PalaLottomatica
June 17, 2017 Turin Pala Alpitour

Date City Country Venue Opening Acts
Latin America
June 29, 2017 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Jeunesse Arena DJ Ronaldinho[13]
Sabrina Carpenter[14]
July 1, 2017 São Paulo Allianz Parque
July 3, 2017 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena Victoria Monét
July 5, 2017 Buenos Aires Argentina[15][16] DirecTV Arena Victoria Monét
Oriana Sabatini
July 9, 2017 Alajuela Costa Rica Parque Viva Échele Miel
Fátima Pinto
Victoria Monét
July 12, 2017 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes Victoria Monét
July 13, 2017

Date City Country Venue Opening Acts
August 10, 2017 Chiba Japan Makuhari Messe Beverly
August 12, 2017 Little Glee Monster
August 13, 2017
August 15, 2017 Seoul South Korea Gocheok Sky Dome N/A
August 17, 2017 Bangkok Thailand Impact Arena
August 21, 2017 Manila Philippines SM Mall of Asia Arena
August 26, 2017 Beijing China Cadillac Arena
August 28, 2017 Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena
August 30, 2017 Guangzhou Guangzhou International Sports Arena

Date City Country Venue Opening Acts
September 2, 2017 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena N/A
September 4, 2017 Melbourne Australia Rod Laver Arena
September 5, 2017
September 8, 2017 Sydney Aware Super Theatre
September 9, 2017
September 12, 2017 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Date City Country Venue Opening Acts
September 16, 2017 Singapore Marina Bay Street Circuit N/A
September 19, 2017 Taipei Taiwan Taipei Arena N/A
September 21, 2017 Hong Kong AsiaWorld-Expo Arena

Cancelled shows[]

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason/Additional Info
May 25, 2017[17] London England O2 Arena AO Arena bombing
May 26, 2017[17]
May 28, 2017[17] Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
May 31, 2017[17] Lodz Poland Atlas Arena
June 1, 2017[17]
June 3, 2017[17] Frankfurt Germany Festhalle
June 5, 2017[17] Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
July 18, 2017 Monterrey Mexico Arena Monterrey Unknown
July 19, 2017
August 23, 2017 Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam Quân khu 7 Stadium Sickness[18]



  • Ariana Grande
  • Little Mix (Opening act, first leg)
  • Victoria Monét (Opening act)
  • BIA (Opening act)
  • Sabrina Carpenter (Opening act, third leg for 2 dates)
  • Oriana Sabatini (Opening act, third leg for a date)
  • CNCO (Opening act, third leg for a date)
  • Jason Robert Brown (Interchangeable, a date)
  • Mac Miller (Interchangeable, 2 dates)
  • KnowleDJ
  • DJ Ronaldinho
  • Échele Miel
  • Fátima Pinto
  • Beverly
  • Little Glee Monster



Dangerous Woman Tour Dancers

Dancers during the last concert of the Dangerous Woman Tour.


External links[]


Dangerous Woman
May 20, 2016 • 39:31 • Republic Records
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Unreleased All ThatAriana BeatBaby LovesForevermoreGot Her OwnHiHourglassHow You FeelKnew Better Part TwoLeave Me Lonely (Reprise)MonsterMoonlight FlourishOh, YeahOn & On
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