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Ariana Grande brings world tour to Buffalo in March

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Tue, Oct 30th 2018 06:35 pm
Ariana Grande announced she will bring the "Sweetener World Tour" to KeyBank Center at 7:30 p.m. March 22, 2019.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 5, and cost $224.95, $169.95, $134.95, $114.95, $99.95, $79.95, $64.95, $49.95 and $34.95 (includes $4.50 facility fee). They can be purchased at the KeyBank Center box office, online at www.tickets.com, or by calling 888-223-6000. A random handbill policy will be in effect. A limited number of handbills will be available starting Oct. 31. All tickets are subject to applicable service charges and fees. No service charge applies at the KeyBank Center box office. Dates and times are subject to change without notice.
To provide the best experience for fans, no cameras or recording devices will be permitted (cell phones with cameras will be permitted), and each fan may bring only one bag. All bags must be 100 percent clear and must not exceed 12-inches-by-6-inches-by-12 inches. Fans may bring one bag made of clear plastic, vinyl or PVC, or they may bring a single one-gallon re-sealable clear freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
With her powerful vocals and range, Grande has emerged as one of the most successful performers in pop music today. At age 25, she's already delivered three Platinum-selling albums and surpassed 18 billion streams, in addition to nabbing four Grammy Award nominations and landing eight hits in the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
With 2016's critically acclaimed "Dangerous Woman," Grande defied expectation and revealed the full force of her voice (recently hailed as an "extraordinary, versatile, limitless instrument" upon Grande's appearance on Time's "100 Most Influential People" list).
Since making her full-length debut with 2013's "Yours Truly" (featuring the triple-Platinum smash "The Way"), Grande has brought her vocal presence to a genre-blurring breed of pop, taking on R&B, soul and electronic music with equal nuance and assurance. Arriving in 2014, her sophomore effort, "My Everything," garnered a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album and spawned the six-times-Platinum hits "Problem" and "Bang Bang" (a Grammy nominee for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance).
Grande embraced a more uncompromising vision than ever before in the making of "Dangerous Woman." With People noting the album "celebrates feminine might," Entertainment Weekly praised Grande for "having something meaningful to say with that jaw-dropping voice — one of the most exquisite in pop today." Grande wrapped up her lauded "Dangerous Woman Tour" in support of the album last year, performing 85 arena shows worldwide.
Through the years, the longtime actress and former Broadway star has proven the scope of her talent by appearing on "Scream Queens" and "Hairspray Live!" Grande also showcased her comedic chops by hosting "Saturday Night Live." With her social media following now surging past 200 million, Grande has also earned numerous accolades from the MTV Video Music Awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards and American Music Awards (including the highly coveted Artist of the Year prize).
Ariana's recent single, "No Tears Left To Cry," debuted at No. 1 on iTunes in 88 countries worldwide and began the next era for her fourth full-length studio album "Sweetener." With the release of "Not Tears Left To Cry," Grande became the first artist in music history to see the lead single from her first four albums debut on the Top 10 on Billboard Hot 100.

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