Sabrina Carpenter heard Boston's pleas loud and clear. She's coming back to the city.

Following a life-changing year touring as an opening act for Taylor Swift’s Latin American shows on the Eras Tour, Carpenter is set to hit the road this fall with her 2024 Short ‘n’ Sweet arena tour across North America.

The headline tour accompanies the release of Carpenter's highly anticipated sixth studio album set to drop on August 23. Fans can expect Carpenter to work many more late nights as the 29-date tour kicks off in Columbus, Ohio, and wraps in Los Angeles in November.

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The 25-year-old pop sensation will stop at Boston's TD Garden on October 3. Her last Massachusetts performance was May 9, 2023, when she thrilled fans with hits such as “Nonsense” and “Feather” at Big Night Live during her sold-out Emails I Can’t Send tour.

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This fall, Carpenter will be joined by opening acts Amaarae, Griff and Declan McKenna. Amaarae will support the tour from September 23 through October 14. Griff will join from October 16 through October 30, and McKenna will be on stage from November 1 through November 15.

In addition to her musical endeavors, Carpenter and Plus 1 are partnering to launch the Sabrina Carpenter Fund. This initiative will support the well-being of people and animals, benefiting national and local organizations working on mental health, animal welfare and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Eager fans will want to secure their tickets early. Head to the @TeamSabrina Instagram account for sign-up information and first access to the Team Sabrina presale happening on Tuesday, June 25, 10 a.m. Cashapp cardholders can also enjoy early access to tickets on June 24 at 10 a.m.

The general sale for the tour begins on Friday, June 28, 10 a.m.

Marissa Sebastiao contributed to this report.

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