Singer and actress Olivia Rodrigo, fresh off an Album of the Year Grammy nomination for her debut album "Sour," announced on Monday, Dec. 6, a tour set to promote the album throughout the United States and Europe. 

Rodrigo, whose debut album hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and has sold the equivalent of 2 million copies in the United States alone, will start the "Sour" tour on April 2, 2022, in San Francisco, California, and will tour the United States until May 25, according to Rolling Stone

The European leg of the tour will start on June 11 in Germany and will visit countries in the European Union such as Switzerland, Italy, France, and Ireland. There will also be tour dates in the United Kingdom, all of which will happen in early July.

The tour, with guest performances from Gracie Abrams, Holly Humberstone, and Baby Queen, will certainly be a large paycheck for the former Disney Channel actress, whose net worth is estimated to be $5 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth

Her net worth primarily comes from her earnings as a singer, which includes the two Billboard No. 1 hits “Drivers License” and “good 4 u,” and her earnings from the two popular Disney Channel series she has starred in, 2016’s "Bizaardvark" and 2019’s "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series."

Her album "Sour" is currently competing for Album of the Year as well as Best Pop Vocal Album at the 2022 Grammys, though the latest tweak in the nominations means that Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff, and St. Vincent would be removed from the list of nominees for Album of the Year, the New York Times reported. 

Swift will still be a nominee for Album of the Year due to the nomination of "Evermore" in that category. Among other nominees in the category are Kanye West, Lil Nas X, Doja Cat, Lady Gaga, and former Album of the Year winner Billie Eilish.

anthony-delanoix-hzgs56Ze49s-unsplash Singer and actress Olivia Rodrigo has announced her first international tour as she books venues in the United States and in Europe in promotion of her Grammy-nominated album "Sour." Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Variety