Ariana Grande started her Sweetener Tour on Monday, and the singer is taking a step forward to encourage voter registration with the “ThankUNextGen” booth.
Grande revealed on Friday that she teamed up with the non-profit organization HeadCount, Newsweek reports. The organization aims to work “with musicians to promote participation in democracy in the United States,” according to the organization’s description.
— HeadCount (@HeadCountOrg) March 18, 2019
The tour and booths kicked off at the Time Union Center in New York, and the organization will continue to set up booths at each concert, where fans can register to vote.
Of course, Grande fans at the Time Union Center took to Twitter to express their excitement and gratitude to the “Thank U Next” singer.
not ariana having a section for fans to sign up to vote at the concert venue ? she’s not having it w us young people not voting & letting them oldies control it all. I love her. #SweetenerWorldTourTODAY pic.twitter.com/kY6U64seFm
— ᴊᴇsᴇʟʟᴇ ? (@tynextjes) March 18, 2019
ariana got headcount to come to tour to get people to become registered to vote. this is insane. she’s on another level. voting is so important and this is just … she’s amazing. pic.twitter.com/3xWLbWicWg
— mia (@onelovesbutera) March 18, 2019
— ?? ???? ?? ????. (@Sedatedhoodlum) March 18, 2019
love the fact she is encouraging the younger generation to vote… run for 2020 @ArianaGrande
— lilly (@sweetenerlilly) March 18, 2019
— ???? ; ??? ? (@ghostin_ariana) March 18, 2019
ariana grande really said fuck a fake smile and set up voting registration at her concerts
— sabrina (@guinstefani) March 19, 2019
Grande will stop at 50 locations across North America from March 18 to June 18, and each stop will have voter registration booths.