The explosive on-the-rise pop singer Halsey has announced her 2018 Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour this spring.
Since 2017, the Grammy nominated artist has been touring in support of her second studio album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. Halsey is set to start her world tour this April 19 in New Zealand and then cross through Australia. Her North American leg of the tour begins on July 11 in East Providence, Rhode Island and runs through the beginning of August, wrapping up in Honolulu, Hawaii on August 3. August dates include Korea, Singapore, Philippines, and Indonesia.
The final date added is in London, England on September 22 with support from electro-pop singer Alma and London-based pop star Raye. Additionally, Kehlani will appear as a special guest alongside Halsey during her Australia and New Zealand shows, and Fifth Harmony’s Lauren Jauregui will support her in Latin America. Jessie Reyez is set to appear on the North American leg of the tour, and in Asia, Jakarta’s emerging singer Niki will be the opener.
The singer will also make appearances at this year’s BottleRock Festival in Napa California, Alabama’s Hangout Music Festival, Governor’s Ball in New York City, and various other festivals overseas.
Halsey has climbed the top charts in the music industry since her debut record Badlands was released in 2015. The singer followed with appearances on Justin Bieber’s “The Feeling,” “Closer” with The Chainsmokers and sings alongside her boyfriend, G-Eazy, on “Him & I.”
Hopeless Fountain Kingdom features hit singles “Now or Never,” and “Bad at Love,” with the latter ranking fifth on the Billboard Top 100 chart. Her latest single from the album, “Alone,” now includes guest appearances from rapper Big Sean and UK rapper/singer Stefflon Don.
Tickets for the world tour go on sale March 29 at 10 a.m. local time, and the Halsey pre-sale is happening now. Check out the full list of tour dates below.
Halsey’s 2018 Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour
4/19 – Auckland, NZD @ Spark Arena
4/21 – Melbourne, AUS @ MCA
4/22 – Sydney, AUS @ Hordern
4/24 – Perth, AUS @ HBF Stadium
4/26 – Sydney, AUS @ Hordern
4/27 – Brisbane, AUS @ Riverstage
5/19 – Gulf Shores, AL @ Hangout Music Festival
5/27 – Napa, CA @ BottleRock Napa valley
6/2 – New York, NY @ Governor’s Ball
6/6 – San Paulo, BR @ Espaco das Americas
6/7 – Rio de Janeiro, BR @ Vivo Rio
6/9 – Buenos Aires, AR @ Teatro Gran Rex
6/12 – Santiago, CL @ Teatro Caupolican
6/15 – Mexico City, MX @ Pepsi Center
6/24 – Heber City, UT @ Bonanza Campout
6/29 – Milkwaukee, WI @ Summer Fest
6/6 – Lansing, MI @ Common Ground Music Festival
7/8 – Montreal @ MTELUS
7/11 – Providence, RI @ Bold Point Pavilion
7/12 – Saratoga, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center
7/14 – Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata Event Center
7/15 – Vienna, VA @ Wolf Trap
7/17 – Indianapolis, IN @ Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn
7/18 – Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheatre
7/20 – Rogers, AR @ Walmart Amphitheatre
7/21 – Independence, MO @ Silverstein Eye Center Arena
7/25 – Troutdale, OR @ McMenamins Edgefield
7/27 – Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheatre
7/28 – Las Vegas, NV @ Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casio Resort
7/30 – Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/3 – Honolulu, HI @ Neal S Blaisdell Arena
8/6 – Seoul, KR @ Yes 24 Live Hall
8/8 – Singapore, SG @ The Star Theatre
8/10 – Manila, Philippines @ Araneta Coliseum
8/11 – Jakarta, Indonesia @ On-Off Festival
8/12 – Bali, Indonesia @ Bali Beach Club
9/22 – London, United Kingdom @ Eventim Appollo
Last Updated on March 28, 2018 by Olivia Perreault