Second Ariana Grande date announced for Dublin

Second Ariana Grande date announced for Dublin

Ariana Grande has announced a second concert date in Dublin next year.

In addition to her show on September 22, she will also play the 3Arena on September 23.

The shows are part of the star's 'The Sweetener World Tour into Europe'.

21 arena shows have been announced across Europe, including stops in Dublin, London, Glasgow, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Copenhagen, and Vienna.

It begins in London on August 19, before finishing in Zurich on October 13.

Tickets for the newly added Dublin date are on sale now.

More in this Section

The rise of Dave: From unknown teenage rapper to Mercury Prize winnerThe rise of Dave: From unknown teenage rapper to Mercury Prize winner

'F*** Boris': Rapper’s rebuke to Johnson from Mercury Prize stage'F*** Boris': Rapper’s rebuke to Johnson from Mercury Prize stage

Kim Kardashian West opens up on psoriasis diagnosisKim Kardashian West opens up on psoriasis diagnosis

Paul McCartney weighs in on Brexit debate after admitting he did not vote in pollPaul McCartney weighs in on Brexit debate after admitting he did not vote in poll


Lifestyle

Audrey's been sorting out Cork people for ages.Ask Audrey: C’mere, what’s the story with Chris O’Dowd thinking he’s better than Cork people

So, I put a link to a short story up for my students the other day. The story was by Michael Morpurgo and I was delighted to find an online copy. It can be challenging when you are relying on non-paper texts to teach.Secret diary of an Irish teacher: I love physical books and always will

Celebrated actress Siobhán McSweeney may have found fame starring in a TV series set at the other end of the country, but Cork is never far from her thoughts, writes Ciara McDonnellHome is where the art is for Derry Girls actress

There are literally hundreds of free events on offer this evening for kids and adults on Culture Night. Marjorie Brennan selects the best of them, in Cork and beyondCulture Night: Get out and make the most of it

More From The Irish Examiner