Olivia Rodrigo to Perform Full ‘GUTS’ Album at LA Concert This Week


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Before Olivia Rodrigo takes her latest album GUTS on tour, she’ll play the project in full at a one-off concert Monday night (Oct. 9) at LA’s Theatre at the Ace Hotel. The concert is exclusively for American Express card holders as part of their Member Week.

According to AmEx, concertgoers will be immersed in the world of GUTS at the event, including a photo moment from the “Bad Idea Right” music video, and all proceeds from ticket sales — which start at $25 — will go to Rodrigo’s Fund 4 Good nonprofit. Guests can also enjoy free Midori Matcha and grab snacks from a taco stand outside the venue after the show.


But you don’t need to be there to see the full concert: Following Monday’s show, Rodrigo’s set will be available Tuesday starting at 8 p.m. ET through Thursday on the pop star’s YouTube channel, courtesy of American Express. The concert stream will also include stories behind each GUTS song.

“I’ve been excited by the response to GUTS and I can’t wait to perform live for my fans,” Rodrigo said in a press release announcing the show. “Partnering with American Express for my GUTS world tour, the GUTS Gallery pop-up experiences, and now this intimate performance for my fans means so much. Since we’re making the show available on my YouTube during Member Week, Livies around the world can get a sneak preview of what’s to come on tour!”

Tickets will be available for American Express members to buy as of 1 p.m. ET today (Oct. 8) on AXS.com.

Rodrigo’s GUTS world tour kicks off Feb. 23 in Palm Springs, Calif., and wraps Aug. 14 back in Los Angeles. GUTS debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last month, and with both her latest album and her debut Sour having debuted atop the chart, Rodrigo is the first female artist to start atop the chart with her two first chart entries in nine years.

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