Olivia Rodrigo has announced an extra 18 dates on her GUTS world tour including an additional Manchester gig.

The multi-platinum selling, award winning artist will now headline two dates at Manchester’s Co-Op Live in May 2024.

The announcement comes just days after details of Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS world tour were revealed.

The three-time Grammy award-winning Olivia Rodrigo will also headline four dates at London’s O2.  Globally she will perform four nights at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden before wrapping the world tour with four nights at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum.

Remi Wolf will support Olivia Rodrigo at both Manchester gigs.

Olivia Rodrigo’s new album GUTS landed on 8 September, the follow-up to her smash hit 4x platinum selling 2021 debut Sour.  The track features the number 1 hit vampire, get him back and bad idea right? amongst its 12 tracks.

When does Olivia Rodrigo headline at Manchester’s Co-Op Live?

Olivia Rodrigo headlines at Manchester’s Co-Op Live on 3 and 4 May 2024.  Support comes from Remi Wolf.  The Manchester gigs are two of 12 UK and Ireland dates she is performing on her GUTS world tour:
30 April – Dublin, 3 Arena
1 May – Dublin, 3 Arena (New date)
3 May – Manchester, Co-op Live
4 May – Manchester, Co-op Live (New date)
7 May – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
8 May – Glasgow, OVO Hydro (New date)
10 May – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
11 May – Birmingham, Utilita Arena (New date)
14 May – London, The O2
15 May – London, The O2
17 May – London, The O2 (New date)
18 May – London, The O2 (New date)


Tickets for Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS world tour go on sale on 21 September.  Fans of Olivia Rodrigo are being asked to register ahead of tickets going on sale for the GUTS world tour to help block bots, reduce resale and get more tickets directly into the hands of fans who want to attend the show. Fans can register now until Sunday 17 September at 10 PM BST HERE. Once registration closes, fans will be randomly selected to receive a code that grants them access to the on sale starting Thursday 21 September

Manchester gigs – Olivia Rodrigo – image courtesy Nick Walker