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Published on June 20, 2024
Sabrina Carpenter to Embark on "Short n' Sweet" 2024 North American Tour with Special Boston Concert at TD GardenSource: Wikipedia/Phillip Mansfield, CC BY 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Pop sensation Sabrina Carpenter is set to make waves across North America with her 2024 headlining tour, aptly titled "Short n' Sweet." The tour, which includes 29 dates, is scheduled to kick off in Columbus, Ohio on September 23, 2024 and wraps up in Los Angeles on November 15, 2024, as confirmed by People. Carpenter's fans in Boston can get ready to catch her live in concert at the TD Garden on October 3, 2024, according to announcements shared on

Tickets for the Boston concert are set to quickly become available, with presales beginning for Cash App cardholders and Team Sabrina members on June 25 at 10 a.m. General public ticket sales will follow to surely satisfy a high demand on June 28 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Sabrina Carpenter is riding high on the charts with her two latest singles, "Espresso" and "Please Please Please," both snagging the top spots on the Billboard Global 200.

Support acts for the "Short n' Sweet" tour include an itinerary of diverse artists: Amaarae, Griff, and Declan McKenna, bringing additional flair to Carpenter's headliner performances. Adding more to the tour, Carpenter and PLUS1 have partnered to form the Sabrina Carpenter Fund. According to a press release obtained by People, this initiative will support a range of causes, from mental health and animal welfare to LGBTQ+ community support.

The "Short n' Sweet" tour follows the anticipated release of Carpenter's sixth studio album of the same name on August 23, 2024. To add an intimate touch to the announcement, Carpenter revealed the LP cover artwork featuring her long blonde hair and a prominent dark red kiss mark on her left shoulder. The album signifies a personal milestone for the singer. "I hope it’ll be something special to you too," Carpenter wrote in a social media post, as reported by People.