Around 9,000 fans gathered at the AsiaWorld-Expo Arena in Hong Kong to watch the final show of Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” tour, South China Morning Post reported. Security was tightened to prevent any similar terrorist attack such as happened during her previous concert in Manchester.

SCMP reported that before fans were able to get inside the venue, they went through a series of metal detector tests. They were not allowed to take big bags and camera equipment inside the arena.

Concert attendees were given designated lockers to deposit their valuables for a price of around $4 before they went inside the venue.

Anti-terror systems were enforced by police during the event that lasted for two hours.

Greatest hits

Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” tour was her third international concert since she debuted her first album. It followed previous events such as “The Honeymoon Tour” in 2015 and “The Listening Sessions” in 2013.

Her latest concert tour promoted the hits from her latest album of the same title. It was released in 2016 featuring songs such as “Be Alright,” “Moonlight,” “Into You,” and “Greedy.”

The songstress’ performance started with “Be Alright,” a mellow dance beat that featured her octave vocal range. The moment she entered the stage, fans shouted and cheered as the stage was lit with spectacular light effects..

Fans wore her signature headpieces such as the cat ears and the bunny ears. The first half of her performances had Grande singing the hits from her latest album, such as “Everyday,” “Bad Decisions,” and “Knew Better.”

The second half of the event featured her singing the lead tracks such as “Side To Side.” There were bicycles that were put up on stage, similar to the equipment seen in the song’s music video.

Then, Grande sang some of the most popular tracks from her previous albums, such as “Problem” featuring Australian rapper Iggy Azalea and “Break Free” featuring artist Zedd. There was also a tribute song about the Manchester incident titled “Over The Rainbow,” the same song she performed in a benefit concert, the report added.


Ariana Grande ended her Hong Kong event by singing “Dangerous Woman,” which is officially the last performance from this concert tour that spanned several months and many cities in the world. She has visited Europe, North America and South America as well.

“Thank you for your energy. For celebrating us, each other and yourselves... For giving life to our art,” the songstress wrote via Instagram. She also thanked the entire staff of the “Dangerous Woman” tour for inspiring her in her performances.