Singer Halsey schedules Phoenix stop for her Manic World Tour
PHOENIX – You won’t have to be without Halsey in 2020, Phoenix fans.
The electropop star is bringing her Manic World Tour to Ak-Chin Pavilion on June 13, with opening acts Chvrches and Omar Apollo.
Tickets go on sale to the general public Jan. 17 at 10 a.m. Presales began Thursday.
Halsey’s third full-length album, “Manic,” is scheduled for release Jan. 17. It will feature the No. 1 hit “Without Me,” which came out in 2018.
Halsey’s first two albums, 2015’s “Badlands” and 2017’s “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom,” each went platinum, selling more than 1 million units.
She’s also had success with collaborations, notably on The Chainsmokers’ song “Closer,” which earned a 2016 Grammy Award nomination for best pop duo/group performance.
She was a featured artist on Justin Bieber’s “Purpose,” which was up for album of the year in 2016.
It’s been more than two years since the New Jersey-born singer/songrwriter last performed in Phoenix. She stopped at Talking Stick Resort Arena in October 2017 in support of “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom.”