Halsey Confirms 2018 World Tour

Since entering the music industry in 2014, Edison, New Jersey singer/songwriter, Halsey, has made a huge name for herself collaborating with some of the biggest artists in the music industry to go along with a promising solo career. The “Bad at Love,” singer has announced the final installment of her “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” World tour.

The tour will kick off on April 19, in New Zealand, seeing stops in South America, Asia, North America and London, where the tour will come to an end on Sept. 22.  Support for the tour will rotate several acts in and out with each continent getting its own special guest on the tour. Jessie Reyez will support the North American leg of the tour.

It will be “Now or Never,” for New Yorkers to get “Closer” to Halsey when she make two stops in the Empire State on June 2, at the Governors Ball in NYC, and July 12 at SPAC in Saratoga Springs. The performance in Saratoga will be an Amphitheater only show. Tickets go on sale to the general public on March 29, at 10am.

With her own hits like “Bad at Love,” and “Now or Never,” Halsey has successfully collaborated with artist from multiple genres including the current hip hop track “Him & I” with G-Eazy and last years summer EDM anthem “Closer” with The Chainsmokers. She won a 2016 Billboard Women in Music Rising Star Award. She won two Billboard Music Awards for Top Collaboration, and Top Dance/Electronic Song in 2017 with The Chainsmokers for “Closer.”

“Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” North American Dates:

May 19 – Hangout Music Festival – Gulf Shores, AL*
May 27 – BottleRock Napa Valley – Napa, CA
June 2 – Governors Ball – New York City, NY*
June 6 – Espaço dês Americas – Sau Paulo, BR
June 7 – Vivo Rio – Rio De Janeiro, BR
June 9 – Teatro Gran Rex – Buenos Aires, AR
June 12 – Teatro Caupolican – Santiago, CL
June 15 – Pepsi Center – Mexico City, MX
June 24 – Bonanza Campout – Heber City, UT*
June 29 – Summer Fest – Milwaukee, WI*
July 6 – Common Ground Music Festival – Lansing, MI
July 8 – MTelus – Montreal, QC*
July 11 – Bold Point Pavilion – East Providence, RI
July 12 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs
July 14 – Borgata Event Center – Atlantic City, NJ*
July 15- Wolf Trap – Vienna, VA
July 17 – Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park – Indianapolis, IN
July 18 – Ascend Amphitheatre – Nashville, TN
July 20 – Walmart Amphitheatre – Rogers, AR
July 21 – Silverstein Eye Center Arena – Independence, MO
July 25 – McMenamins Edgefield – Troutdale, OR
July 27 – Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, CA
July 28 -The Pearl at the Palms Casino Resort – Las Vegas, NV
July 30- Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Denver, CO*
Aug. 3 – Neal S Blaisdell Arena – Honolulu, HI*

* without special guest.