Ariana Grande spent the day making plans for her upcoming World Tour and teased a possible new album to go along with the celebration. The artist took a break from social-media last week, which seems like it was in preparation for today’s announcement, but made it up to fans with dates and cities. Grande took the short hiatus after her very public breakup with Pete Davidson, though it didn’t last very long.

Now Grande is back, and her social-media posts offered clues to her next big moves. She gave fans the dates for her Sweetener tour, and as we mentioned earlier, teased the upcoming album which doesn’t have a name. Grande stopped short of making an official announcement on the new album, and it will probably stay a secret until one of the songs leak, or Grande decides to surprise fans.

On Thursday there were a series of Tweets that confirmed the Sweetener world tour dates, announcing that the tour would start on March 18, 2019. The first stop on the tour will be in Albany, New York but international fans will have to wait for updates. There will be international tour dates, so don’t lose hope, though we don’t know the cities or dates at this time. Grande is also ending the tour in New York, the big event will be on June 18th at New York City’s wonderful Madison Square Garden. We can only hope that she’ll stop by Saturday Night Live again while she is in town.

If you are looking to get tickets, it will be helpful if you have an American Express Card, those members will be able to buy pre-sale tickets before anyone else starting on November 1st.

So for now, domestic buyers can start planning out there concerts but European fans will have to standby for future updates. On the bright side, you have her Sweetener album to listen to while you wait, and you probably won’t be waiting too long. You can find her album on iTunes or Spotify to keep yourself busy.