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Published on June 20, 2024
Sabrina Carpenter Lights Up the Stage: Announces "Short N' Sweet" 2024 North American Tour with Historic Madison Square Garden ShowSource: Justin Higuchi, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Pop star Sabrina Carpenter has announced her 2024 "Short N' Sweet" headlining tour across North America, which is set to begin in Columbus, Ohio on September 23. As detailed by People Magazine, Carpenter's tour will make stops in several cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Nashville, and Toronto. She's also making history with a first-ever headline show at New York's Madison Square Garden, as per information from Rolling Stone.

The tour supports her sixth studio album, "Short n’ Sweet," which is dropping on August 23. Carpenter's latest singles, "Espresso" and "Please, Please, Please," have carved a path for what's being hailed as the inevitable Main Pop Girl moment for her career. The latter single tore through the charts, reaching #1 on Spotify’s Global and US charts and Apple Music, and debuting at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 according to WKRN. Carpenter had previously joined Taylor Swift on The Eras Tour for international dates, which likely helped escalate her surge in popularity.

Tickets sales for the "Short N' Sweet" tour will commence with presales through CashApp, starting Monday, June 24 at 10 a.m., and will continue with the Team Sabrina presale beginning on Tuesday, June 25 at 10 a.m. local time, as WKRN and People Magazine reported. General ticket sales are slated to begin Friday, June 28 at 10 a.m. local time.

Moreover, Carpenter is also focusing on philanthropy during her tour through the establishment of the Sabrina Carpenter Fund, a partnership with PLUS1. The initiative will support "the well-being of people and animals, including national and local organizations working on the issues of mental health, animal welfare, and support for the LGBTQ+ community," according to People Magazine. Supporting acts for the tour include Amaarae, Griff, and Declan McKenna, each performing during different legs of the tour, information which Rolling Stone confirmed.

As she prepares for her extensive tour, Carpenter reflects on her journey thus far. "I never had the plan B, and it wasn't even a thought in my mind that it wouldn't work out," she recently told Rolling Stone. Carpentry fans, gear up for a musical roller coaster that just hit its peak with Carpenter's rising stardom.