Halsey Eyes World Domination With ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Tour’

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Halsey performs during Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival in Florida March 2.

Halsey and her passport will see plenty of action in 2018.  Having already announced her Australia / New Zealand dates, the artist added South America, North America and Pacific Rim countries to her plan of action before she concludes her global adventure in London.

The tour is Ladies Night for up-and-coming female artists.  That means Kehlani will join her in Australia and New Zealand; Fifth Harmony’s

The tour wraps in London where it all started.  The Sept. 22 show at Eventim Apollo includes support from electropop singer / songwriter

Time periods for the various legs of the tour, named after Halsey’s Hopeless Fountain Kingdom album released in June 2017, show the artist spending April Down Under; June in South and Central America, July through early August in North America and mid-August in South Korea, Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia.

Halsey recently released her new single, “Alone,” featuring Big Sean and Stefflon Don.  The video has surpassed one million streams on both Spotify and Apple Musi

Halsey’s autumn journey of some of America’s finest arenas filled venues to near capacity.  Her Nov. 19 gig at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill., sold 10,537 of 11,288 tickets available and grossed $522,304.  Ticket sales for her stop at Frank Erwin Center in Austin were a bit lighter with Halsey moving 5,684 out of 7,765 tickets, grossing $276,642 for an honest night’s work.

Presales begin this week and general onsales launch March 29 at 10 a.m. local time.  Best to keep tabs on Pollstar’s Halsey page for further developments.