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Olivia Rodrigo GUTS Tour Parents Guide: Is it Kid Friendly?

Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS World Tour in 2024 is one of the hottest tickets right now. Olivia Rodrigo may have been a Disney Channel star, but that doesn’t mean she’s still Disney-fied. Is Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS Tour for kids? Not really. She’s grown up and so have her concerts. That doesn’t mean your kids won’t have a good time; just be aware before you take them and spend all that cash. Here’s what parents need to know in this 2024 GUTS Tour Parents Guide.

Olivia Rodrigo Guts Tour Parents Guide

Photo: Kendal Watkins

 

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS Tour Parents Guide

Parents, Olivia Rodrigo is not Taylor Swift. She’s edgier and angrier. If your child went to Olivia’s Sour Tour, then expect more of a mature concert experience at the GUTS tour. Kids, tweens, teens, and adults will be attending these concerts, and you can’t control the actions of others around you. 

Some kids may be fans of Olivia from her Bizaardvark days or from when she starred in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. But she’s older now and has shed that Disney image.

Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS album has explicit lyrics, and she’s not singing the clean versions at her concerts. Her song lyrics contain language like f*ck, g-ddamn, sh*t, damn, and bi*ch. Not only do they contain profanity, but a lot of her lyrics talk about sex and relationships.

Olivia welcomes concert goers to the f*cking GUTS Tour and has made comments about how she bought cigarettes and beer the because she “f*cking can.” Olivia Rodrigo is 21 years old. She can be a little ragey with her lyrics, and that is why many teens ans tweens relate to her.

Keep in mind she does like to use the f-word at her concerts, so parents don’t be surprised when the f-bombs are dropped on a regular basis. Just due to language, the GUTS Tour concert would be rated TV-MA.

Guts Tour Parents Guide 2024

Is the GUTS Tour Appropriate for Kids Under 12?

If you’re worried about what your kids may see or hear at the Olivia Rodrigo concert, then perhaps it’s best to keep your child at home until they get a little older. You can expect to hear the f-word, lyrics about love and sex, and see some provocative dancing on stage. To sum it up, The GUTS tour is not kid friendly for ages 8 and younger. 

However, if those things don’t bother you as a parent or if you feel your child is mature enough to handle it, then go and have a great time. Every child is different and you know your child best. The venues are bigger and louder this year for the GUTS tour, so keep that in mind as well. 

Parents, do your research, so you know what to expect. There are plenty of TikTok and Instagram concert videos. If you don’t want your child around that, and you have to sell your tickets, there will be plenty of fans happy to buy them. And if your child is young, there will be more concerts when they’re older. 

My 11-year-old went, and some things went over her head. But after Olivia “smiled and waved at her,” it was the best night ever. 

Olivia Rodrigo Guts Tour ok for kids

What are the Age Restrictions for the GUTS Tour? 

There is no minimum age for the GUTS World Tour. However, children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. And guests of all ages must have a valid admission ticket. 

GUTS Tour Set List

If you’re concerned about the lyrics of Olivia Rodrigo’s songs, then here is her GUTS Tour set list. Some of the lyrics are mature, explicit, a bit raunchy, and not intended for young kids. 

If your kids listen to Spotify, then most of her songs have a clean version. Look up the non-clean Olivia Rodrigo lyrics if you want to get a better idea what will be sung at the concert.

She is a talented songwriter and performer, but don’t expect kid-friendly lyrics.

  1. “Bad Idea, Right?”
  2. “Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl”
  3. “Vampire”
  4. “Traitor”
  5. “Drivers License”
  6. “Teenage Dream”
  7. “Pretty isn’t Pretty”
  8. “Love is Embarrassing”
  9. “Making the Bed”
  10. “Logical”
  11. “Enough for You”
  12. “Lacy”
  13. “Jealousy, Jealousy”
  14. “Happier”
  15. “Favorite Crime”
  16. “Deja Vu”
  17. “The Grudge”
  18. “Brutal”
  19. “Obsessed”
  20. “All-American Bitch”
  21. “Good 4 U” (encore)
  22. “Get Him Back!” (encore)

GUTS World Tour Parents Guide

How Long is Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS concert?

The GUTS World Tour concert is approximately 95 minutes long. She plays 22 songs, so it’s not as long as Taylor Swift’s concert. At the Orlando concert, she went on about 8:25 p.m. and finished around 10:00 p.m.

If the kids have school the next day, it’ll be a late night, but not too bad if you’re close to the venue.

Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS tour tickets state the concert begins at 7:30 p.m., but there is an opening act for around 30 minutes first. 

How Much is Olivia Rodrigo Concert Merchandise?

The merchandise for the GUTS Tour ranges from about $10 to $80. Most tees are $45, long-sleeved shirts are $60, and a hoodie is $80. There are also less expensive items like a charm for a bracelet, posters, a light stick, and even band-aids.

Check your venue for what time the GUTS World Tour merchandise truck opens. Some venues open theirs the day before, or as early as 1 p.m. the day of the concert. For the Orlando concert, the merch truck opened at 4 p.m.

Olivia Rodrigo GUTS World Tour Merchandise

2024 GUTS Tour Concert Dates and Cities

Here are all of Olivia Rodrigo’s 2024 GUTS World Tour Dates:

Feb 23: Palm Springs, CA – Acrisure Arena (with Chappell Roan)

Feb 24: Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center (with Chappell Roan)

Feb 27: Houston, TX – Toyota Center (with Chappell Roan)

Feb 28: Austin, TX – Moody Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 01:Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 02: New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 05 : Orlando, FL – Amway Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 06: Miami, FL – Kaseya Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 08: Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 09: Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 12: St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 13: Omaha, NE – CHI Health Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 15: St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 16: Milwaukee, WI – Fiserv Forum (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 19: Chicago, IL – United Center (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 20: Chicago, IL – United Center (with Chappell Roan)*

Mar 22: Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 23: Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 26: Montreal, QC – Bell Centre (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 27: Montreal, QC – Bell Centre (with Chappell Roan)*

Mar 29: Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena (with Chappell Roan)

Mar 30: Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena (with Chappell Roan)

Apr 01: Boston, MA – TD Garden (with Chappell Roan)

Apr 02: Boston, MA – TD Garden (with Chappell Roan)

Apr 05: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (with The Breeders)

Apr 06: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (with The Breeders)

Apr 08: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (with The Breeders)

Apr 09: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (with The Breeders)

Apr 30: Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena (with Remi Wolf)

May 1: Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena (with Remi Wolf)*

May 03: Manchester, UK – Co-op Live (with Remi Wolf)

May 04: Manchester, UK – Co-op Live (with Remi Wolf)

May 07: Glasgow, Scotland – OVO Hydro (with Remi Wolf)

May 08: Glasgow, Scotland – OVO Hydro (with Remi Wolf)

May 10: Birmingham, UK – Utilita Arena (with Remi Wolf)

May 11: Birmingham, UK – Utilita Arena (with Remi Wolf)

May 14: London, UK – The O2 (with Remi Wolf)

May 15: London, UK – The O2 (with Remi Wolf)

May 17: London, UK – The O2 (with Remi Wolf)

May 18: London, UK – The O2 (with Remi Wolf)

May 22: Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis (with Remi Wolf)

May 24: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome (with Remi Wolf)

May 25: Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome (with Remi Wolf)

May 28: Oslo, Norway – Spektrum (with Remi Wolf)

May 30: Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 01: Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 04: Hamburg, Germany – Barclays Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 05: Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 07: Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 09: Bologna, Italy – Unipol Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 11: Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 12: Cologne, Germany – Lanxess Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 14: Paris, France – Accor Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 15: Paris, France – Accor Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 18: Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 20: Madrid, Spain – WizInk Center (with Remi Wolf)

Jun 22: Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena (with Remi Wolf)

Jul 19: Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 20: Washington, DC – Capital One Arena (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 23: Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 24: Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 26: Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 27: Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 30: Denver, CO – Ball Arena (with PinkPantheress)

Jul 31: Salt Lake City, UT – Delta Center (with PinkPantheress)

Aug 02: San Francisco, CA – Chase Center (with PinkPantheress)

Aug 03: San Francisco, CA – Chase Center (with PinkPantheress)*

Aug 06: Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena (with PinkPantheress)

Aug 07: Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena (with PinkPantheress)*

Aug 09: Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena (with PinkPantheress)

Aug 10: Portland, OR – Moda Center (with PinkPantheress)

Aug 13: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum (with The Breeders)

Aug 14: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum (with The Breeders)

Aug 16: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum (with The Breeders)

Aug 17: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum (with The Breeders)