Sabrina Carpenter is coming to Seattle this fall

After wrapping up “Saturday Night Live” and opening international shows on Taylor Swift’s “Eras” tour, Sabrina Carpenter is having a good time. It was announced on Thursday, A North American tour In support of her upcoming album “Short n’ Sweet” which is scheduled to be released on August 23.

The 25-year-old singer, best known for her radio hits like “Espresso” and “Please Please Please,” will visit the Northwest this fall, stopping at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle on Nov. 6.

Carpenter will also perform at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia, on November 4 and Moda Center in Portland on November 7. Declan McKenna will open all three shows.

Fans can access advance tickets starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, June 25 by registering Al-Najjar website. Tickets will be available to the public Via Ticketmaster On Friday, June 28th.

The Short n’ Sweet Tour begins in September in Columbus, Ohio, and runs through November 15, when it concludes in Los Angeles.

Carpenter, who has quickly become one of the biggest names in pop music, revealed the “Short n’ Sweet” album cover this month on social media. The album, her first since 2022’s “Emails I Can’t Send,” will be the singer’s sixth studio album.

Editor’s note: Carpenter announced the tour dates on Thursday, not Tuesday.

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