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Published on June 20, 2024
Sabrina Carpenter to Perform at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena, Launches Charity InitiativeSource: Justin Higuchi, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Singer and songwriter Sabrina Carpenter is set to bring her Short n’ Sweet Tour to Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 16. Announced to commence on Sept. 23 in Columbus, Ohio, the tour promises a string of 29 performances across the US, including stops in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Austin. As reported by WSMV, presale tickets will be available with the Cash App card on June 24, followed by a "Team Sabrina Presale" on June 25, before general tickets go on sale on June 28.

In addition to the tour, there's buzz about Carpenter's philanthropic endeavors, launching her non-profit, the Sabrina Carpenter Fund. Dedicated to supporting mental health, the LGBTQ+ community, and animal welfare, this initiative is partnered with PLUS1, as per details obtained by The Tennessean. Carpenter isn't just hitting the stage but also stressing her commitment to these significant causes.

Supporting Carpenter on this tour journey are artists like Amaarae, Griff, and Declan McKenna who will open for select shows. Fans eagerly await the new tunes from Carpenter's upcoming album "Short n’ Sweet," slated for release on August 23. Featuring her recent hit single, "Please Please Please," the album has already made waves since the single's drop on June 6, topping the music charts.

Making recent appearances on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge, Carpenter covered Chappell Roan's "Good Luck, Babe!" and performed her singles, receiving positive impressions. While keeping the intro of "Good Luck, Babe!" slowed down, the rendition stayed true to its roots, as noted by Pitchfork. Topping off her current buzz, it was during an episode of Saturday Night Live hosted by Jake Gyllenhaal last month that Carpenter served as the musical guest, showcasing a medley of her tracks amidst a backdrop of live comedy and sketches.

For those interested in catching the Short n’ Sweet tour or learning more about Carpenter's projects and her newly founded non-profit, more information can be found on her official website. With her feet firmly planted in both the music and philanthropy grounds, Sabrina Carpenter is becoming an artist that's not just heard on the airwaves but felt through her actions and initiatives within the community.