Halsey has announced the support act for the first leg of her Manic World Tour which will kick off in February 2020.
The world tour will see the 25-year-old singer dropping by the UK and Ireland to perform shows in March 2020.
The singer announced the first instalment of the tour over Twitter, which will feature 19 dates across Europe.
The singer will be joined on the European leg of the tour by the Manchester indie pop act Pale Waves who will serve as her support act.
Announcing the news over Twitter, Pale Waves wrote: ‘Excited to say we’re going on tour with @halsey in Feb and March.’
Halsey’s tour comes to promote her second album Manic which will be released on January 17th 2020.
Songs that have already been dropped from the upcoming album include ‘Graveyard’, ‘Clementine’ and lead single ‘Without Me’, which hit No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart.
Halsey’s Manic World Tour will begin on February 6th 2020 in Madrid, kicking off her string of dates around Europe before she heads to the UK in March.
The UK leg of the tour will start in Glasgow on March 7th, also taking in shows in London, Dublin and Manchester.
The full set of dates on the UK and Ireland leg on Halsey’s Manic World Tour are as follows:
- 7 March 2020 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
- 8 March 2020 – London, O2 Arena
- 10 March 2020 – Dublin, 3Arena
- 12 March 2020 – Manchester, Arena
Tickets for the first instalment of Halsey’s Manic World Tour are available to buy now, with Pale Waves along as support.
You can find out when Halsey is playing near you and find the best available tickets for Halsey’s UK and Ireland shows right here at TickX.