Ariana Grande has finally announced her tour dates for Europe

I'm so f***ing grateful for these dates

Ariana Grande has finally announced details of her European tour.

Grande has continuously updated European fans on the details, promising them that she was working on the announcement. Today, she revealed when she’ll be hopping across the pond.

Sharing a short video on Twitter, Grande simply captioned it ‘Europe’ followed by a love heart. You can see the full dates below. It’s not yet been announced when tickets will go on sale.

August 17: The O2 Arena – London
August 23: Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands
August 27: AccorHotels Arena – Paris, France
August 30: Sportpaleis Antwerpen – Antwerpen, Belgium
September 1: Lanxess Arena – Köln, Germany
September 3: Stadthalle – Vienna, Austria
September 5: Barclaycard Arena – Hamburg, Germany
September 8: O2 arena – Czech Republic
September 9: Tauron Arena – Kraków, Poland
September 14: Arena Birmingham – Birmingham, United Kingdom
September 17: The SSE Hydro – Glasgow, United Kingdom
September 19: FlyDSA Arena – Sheffield, United Kingdom
September 22: 3Arena – Dublin, Ireland
October 1: Royal Arena – Copenhagen, Denmark
October 3: Telenor Arena – Oslo, Norway
October 5: Hartwall Arena – HKI, Finland
October 7: Ericsson Globe – Stockholm, Sweden
October 10: Mercedes-Benz-Arena – Berlin, Germany
October 13: Hallenstadion – Zürich, Switzerland

Sharing another video on Instagram, Grande revealed that Manchester is not part of the official announcement because they’re planning “a special show”.

She added: “We need a bit more time getting things together before we can announce the date but we are of course coming, and we love you.”

Earlier today, Grande debuted her new single ‘Imagine’, the follow-up to the phenomenal success of ‘thank u, next.’

The new track comes after Grande admitted that she planned to soon follow 2018’s ‘Sweetener’ with another album. “A lot of this album mourns failed yet important, beautiful relationships in my life (as well as celebrates growth / exploring new independence),” she wrote.

“But for those of you asking about imagine: i would say if ‘thank u, next’ = acceptance… ‘imagine’ = denial. hope that makes sense.”