Ariana Grande has been brewing her “Dangerous Woman Tour” and fans cannot wait to know the full details. The singer revealed previously that she will be hitting the road either before 2016 ends or in 2017.

The “Focus” singer first announced the event during her “On Air with Ryan Seacrest” interview, days after “Dangerous Woman” was released on May 20. Here’s what she said on iHeartRadio:

“I want you to be the first to know that I’m going on tour end of this year/early next year! Details are still being finalized but I want to give you the chance to get the tickets before anyone else!”

“Order my album before Wed @ 3PM EDT (May 25) on my official store to receive a pre-sale code that gives you an opportunity to buy the tickets in advance of the general on-sale,” as quoted. More information can be found via Ariana Grande’s official website.

Since then, her supporters cannot help but wait for a hint about the highly-anticipated tour until Ariana Grande News’ Twitter account posted a new tab available on the artist’s website.

Fans were thrilled upon the tweet, notes Inquistr. A lot of her followers are inquiring about the upcoming headliner concert.

Ariana Grande definitely knows how to tease and excite her fans. Announcement about the “Dangerous Woman Tour” is yet to be released so keep those fingers crossed.

Notably, her previous event “The Honeymoon Tour” grossed more than $40 million. The event was an eight-month long tour across North America, Europe, Asia, and South America between February and October last year.

It is known that Ariana Grande’s music has matured and this was implied on the recently released album. According to Hollywood Life, it was supposed to be named “Moonlight” but the singer changed her mind.

“‘Moonlight’ is a lovely song and it’s a lovely title,” she said during a web chat. “It’s really romantic, and it definitely ties [the album] together, the old music and the new music, but ‘Dangerous Woman’ is a lot stronger. I want to be empowering my fans.”

Dangerous Woman” is already available on iTunes. It was rated almost perfect by customers from Apple’s music website.