The Fantasy Setlist for Ariana Grande's Sweetener World Tour

The Fantasy Setlist for Ariana Grande's Sweetener World Tour


Ariana Grande’s long-awaited world tour in help of her Streets Talkin 200-topping fourth album Sweetener has lastly been introduced.

The Sweetener World Tour announcement arrives at an particularly bittersweet time for Grande and Arianators alike, with the premature loss of life of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller final month and Grande’s current called-off engagement from Pete Davidson. But even amid heartbreak, Grande declared that she’s emotionally “prepared” to tour once more, and she or he proved that Thursday (Oct. 25) with an inventory of 42 North American dates set for March via June of subsequent 12 months.

It’ll be fascinating to witness how a tour that accompanies her most private album but — and a 12 months that has put the pop star underneath microscopic ranges of public examination — will play out. Chances are slim that she would slot Sweetener monitor “Pete Davidson” into her set, and even play a lot of the devotional songs off the LP.

But Grande loves surprises, and admittedly, she could even have one other album’s value of music to carry out by the point she hits the highway. The 25-year-old singer has been sporadically issuing particulars about one other new album on Twitter, which she teases may very properly be out earlier than the time the Sweetener Tour begins — thus making it much more tough to foretell what songs she’ll belt out onstage this time round.

In any case, listed below are the Sweetener cuts and fan favorites that might hopefully make their manner on to the Sweetener World Tour set listing.

"Raindrops (An Angel Cried)"

The emotional, a cappella intro to the album was the primary style of the Sweetener period. “When you left me, an angel cried,” she sighed every week earlier than “No Tears Left to Cry” dropped. Given that Grande’s needed to take care of a variety of private grief these previous few months, the evening — just like the album — will probably kick off on a bittersweet word.

“God Is a Woman”

After the touching intro, Ariana would rightfully kick off her set with the second Sweetener single. A monitor concerning the divine energy of womanhood can be a becoming begin for the night.


Grande tweeted main as much as the Sweetener Tour announcement that her three favourite tracks from Sweetener proper now are “r.e.m., r.e.m., r.e.m.” Balancing out the heavier intro and divalicious opening quantity, “R.E.M.” would ease Grande and the gang into the bop-filled night forward.


An simple contender for her subsequent single, the Max Martin-produced bop “Everytime” would hold the ball rolling on Sweetener-era Ari — whereas affirming that her personal passionate romances might be (and have been) sophisticated.

“Dangerous Woman”

The strutting, bluesy guitar riff would rev up the depth of the evening and permit Grande to begin channeling her full-on “Dangerous Woman” mode.


The My Everything single — and Ari's greatest Hot 100 hit to this point — would bump up the depth ranges, and remind us of the pop star's independence.

“Side to Side” / “The Light Is Coming” / “Bang Bang”

Our kingdom for an entire reunion medley with Nicki Minaj — which, on condition that Grande’s tour begins and ends in New York, wouldn’t be wholly out of the query. Regardless, an ode to their run of power-packing collaborations is critical.

“Into You”

The criminally underrated Dangerous Woman minimize. There’s no assure that it’ll make the minimize for the Sweetener Tour, however an Arianator can dream.

“Break Free”

Between all of the EDM-infused dance-pop bops Grande has executed solo, this Zedd-produced monitor will probably make an look. “I’m stronger than I’ve been earlier than” is a rallying cry that continues to carry true for Grande within the Sweetener period.

“Be Alright”

“Break Free” would go even higher adopted up by the house-pop quantity “Be Alright,” which kicked off her encore within the Sweetener Sessions — and in addition carries a motivational mantra value repeating time and again.

“Honeymoon Avenue” / “Goodnight n Go”

During her Sweetener Sessions, she sequenced her pretty Imogen Heap cowl subsequent to perennial fan favourite “Honeymoon Avenue.” Considering the Sweetener minimize is a flat-out tribute to Imogen Heap’s "Goodnight and Go," the songs pair completely — and would segue to the ultimate, most intimate part of the evening.

“Better Off” / “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart” / “Best Mistake”

A medley of those piano-led ballads spanning My Everything and Sweetener would put Grande’s goosebump-inducing vocals on full show, and proceed the subdued temper of ultimate performances of the evening.


It wouldn’t be the Sweetener Tour with out the self-titled track, in spite of everything. And not for nothing, the bouncy beat will make for one hell of a dance celebration.


“Breathin” is probably the most reflective track — and an immediate fan favourite — off Sweetener, which might make it an absolute necessity to spherical out her major set. On a lighter word, it will be unbelievable to see a portion of the present devoted to Piggy Smalls, the “love of her life” and the topic of the “Breathin” music video.

“Get Well Soon”

Sweetener’s disorienting closing monitor would, naturally, taper off the night, an acknowledgement of her struggles with nervousness, and a really humanizing technique to finish off the famous person’s tour — that’s, till the encore.


“The Way”

When Grande carried out “The Way” on her Dangerous Woman tour, it was a joyous celebration of her then-relationship with Mac Miller. Slotting it in to begin the encore would honor and cherish the late rapper in an uplifting manner, and judging by her current heartfelt tributes to Miller, his contribution to the track received’t go unnoticed.

“One Last Time”

“One Last Time” can both be a tragic track — a reminder of the goodbyes which might be quickly to come back — or a second of aid that the evening’s not going to finish simply but. Besides, she slotted this because the penultimate track of the encore spherical of her Sweetener Sessions.

“No Tears Left to Cry”

It’d be a little bit of a shock if Ariana didn’t finish her set with the sweeping anthem that kicked off the Sweetener cycle. The cathartic track rang true as a tribute to the Manchester bombings, however now, amid the occasions of the previous few weeks, it feels much more private than that.