Halsey is going on tour!
The "I am not a woman, I'm a god" singer announced a new tour on Monday following their most recent album, If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power.
"It's been far too long, and I could not be more excited to see you all," Halsey, 27, wrote on Twitter. "the love and power tour is coming this summer, tickets on sale this Friday."
Halsey's 22-date tour will kick off in May in West Palm Beach, Florida, before wrapping in Irvine, California, in July, after 22 dates.
The musician announced their tour with a medieval-themed poster inspired by tapestries of the period. The poster indicated that all shows would be held at outdoor venues, including three festivals, and supporting acts include Beabadoobee, Pink Pantheress, The Marias, Abby Roberts, and Wolf Alice.
After issuing If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power in August, Halsey delivered an hour-long visual counterpart and later appeared on a fall episode of Saturday Night Live. She has since been dedicated to raising their son, Ender Ridley, whom they welcomed in July 2021 with boyfriend Alev Aydin.
The record is up for a Best Alternative Music Album Grammy this year, going up against titles by Fleet Foxes (Shore), Arlo Parks (Collapsed in Sunbeams), Japanese Breakfast (Jubilee), and St. Vincent (Daddy's Home).
The singer opened up about how their life has changed since welcoming Ender in an October interview with Billboard. At the time, they said, "being a mother to my son makes being a musician seem pretty boring."
See the concert dates below:
May 17 — West Palm Beach, Florida
May 19 — Tampa, Florida
May 21 — Gulf Shores, Alabama
May 24 — Nashville, Tennessee
May 27 — Charlotte, North Carolina
May 29 — Detroit, Michigan
June 1 — Boston, Massachusetts
June 3 — Cleveland, Ohio
June 5 — Toronto, Ontario
June 8 — Columbia, Maryland
June 11 — New York, New York
June 16 — Seattle, Washington
June 18 — Portland, Oregon
June 21 — Los Angeles, California
June 24 — Mountain View, California
June 26 — Phoenix, Arizona
June 28 — Dallas Texas
June 30 — Atlanta, Georgia
July 2 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
July 3 — Chicago, Illinois
July 6 — Denver, Colorado
July 9 — Irvine, California
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