Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener Tour’ Live Album Is Coming Sooner Than You Think

God is a woman, and her name is Ariana Grande. On Wednesday (Dec. 11), the superstar took to social media to announce the Sweetener Tour live album she's been teasing for months is finally on its way.

"Swt live available to pre save now," she wrote alongside an Instagram video from her ongoing Sweetener World Tour. In the clip, Grande can be heard singing her ethereal cover Imogen Heap's 2006 single "Say Goodnight and Go" as a particuarly impassioned fan shrieks "Oh my god! Oh my god!," causing the diminutive star to break into an adorable laugh mid-verse.

Grande also unveiled the live album's track list by sharing a screenshot a text message featuring all 29 songs. Among the hits Arianators expected from Sweetener and Thank U, Next such as "No Tears Left to Cry" and "Breathin," the superstar is including live versions Yours Truly album cut "Tattooed Heart" and a cover  1938 Cole Porter standard "My Heart Belongs to Daddy." (Made famous by Marilyn Monroe, the vampy track is used briefly in a video interlude on Grande's record-breaking arena tour.) 

While no release date came with the announcement, Grande teased that the album will be arriving before the end the year on Twitter, simply writing, "mhmm" in response to a fan's question about the album dropping in 2019. Sweetener Live will serve as the pop star's third full-length LP in just over two years, following Sweetener in the fall 2018 and Thank U, Next earlier this year.

Check out Grande's announcement and the Sweetener Tour album track list below.