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Revision as of 10:35, 18 August 2019

The Dangerous Woman Tour was Ariana Grande's third concert tour in support of her third studio album Dangerous Woman, which was released on May 20, 2016.


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 to 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 Ariana on the tour.
  • Grande changed her hairstyle throughout the tour. She had her normal ponytail in various shows, her buns in a few others, and she wore her bangs for the last time in Tulsa.
  • When the first leg finished, Grande post a gratitude on Instagram.[7] One day later, the hashtag "#ThankYouAriana" was trending topic on Twitter.
  • Mac Miller came to several of the shows, and performed "The Way" and "Dang!" on stage.
  • In Manchester, England (May 22, 2017; second leg) all people were evacuated from the show, due to reports of an explosion inside of the arena.[8][9][10][11] (see 2017 Manchester Arena Bombing)
    • Initially, people thought it was gas balloons or a speaker exploding, but on May 23 it was confirmed that it was a bomb.
    • Ariana did a benefit concert, One Love Manchester where many singers performed.
  • On August 24, 2017, Grande posted on Instagram the first minute of the visual used in "Be Alright".
    • Hannah Lux Davis directed the visual as throughout the whole Dangerous Woman Tour.
  • On September 17, Lady Cultura was fired after using a racial slur[12]
  • Grande and Flores worked together and created a YouTube Docuseries 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 her fourth studio album, Sweetener.


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.[13] She also expressed her desire to perform "Focus"[14] (although she did end up doing this) and to extend "Knew Better" for the tour.[15] She expressed wanting to use the Mi.Mu Gloves on the tour originally[16] but eventually decided not to use them on tour.

Opening acts

Little Mix

  1. "Salute"
  2. "Hair/Whip My Hair"
  3. "Move" (only 3 & 4 Feb.)
  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" (cover)
  8. "Bad And Boujee" (dancing)
  9. "High Luv"
  10. "Do You Like It"


Note: BIA opened in place of Little Mix on February 19 and 21.

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

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"


  1. "Reggaeton Lento"

Ariana Grande

Set 1: Intro

Interlude: Ariana with Brian and Scott Nicholson and a 10 minute countdown

  1. "Be Alright"
  2. "Everyday"
  3. "Bad Decisions"
  4. "Let Me Love You"

Set 2

Interlude: Unreleased song from Dangerous Woman

  1. "Knew Better"
  2. "Forever Boy"
  3. "One Last Time
  4. "Touch It"
  5. "Leave Me Lonely"

Set 3

Interlude: Female video

  1. "Side To Side"
  2. "Bang Bang"
  3. "Greedy"
  4. "Focus"
  5. "I Don't Care"

Band interlude: Ending of I Don't Care

Set 4

  1. "Moonlight"
  2. "Love Me Harder"
  3. "Break Free"
  4. "Sometimes"
  5. "Thinking Bout You"
  6. "Somewhere Over The Rainbow"
  7. "Problem"
  8. "Into You"

Set 5: Encore

  1. "Dangerous Woman"

Interchangeable slot



Tour dates

The tour dates for the first leg were released on Dangerous Woman site after her guesting on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on September 8, 2016. The European leg was released on October 20, 2016. The Brazilian leg was released on April 3, 2017.

Cancelled dates

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 Manchester 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


Dancers during the last concert of the Dangerous Woman Tour.

  • Brian Nicholson
  • Scott Nicholson
  • Jose "Boy Boi" Tena
  • Devyck Bull
  • Kristopher Terry
  • Jason Glover
  • Max Pham Nguyen
  • Cory Graves
  • Matt Peacock
  • Lady Cultura (fired on September 17)


External links


Dangerous Woman
May 20, 2016 • 39:31 • Republic Records
Released Bad DecisionsBe AlrightDangerous WomanEverydayFocusGreedyI Don't CareInto YouJason's Song (Gave It Away)Knew Better / Forever BoyLeave Me LonelyLet Me Love YouMoonlightSide To SideSometimesStep On UpThinking Bout YouTouch It
Unreleased Baby LovesGot Her OwnIt Ain't RightI've Heard It Both WaysKnew Better Part TwoLeave Me Lonely (Reprise)
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