As well as sources confirmed that in the year September 2019, Halsey began announcing dates for her frantic world tour. After completing the European and American dates in February and March, Halsey was touring her career in North America this summer. However, due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, plans have changed.
Halsey’s North American tour was slated to begin June 2 in Seattle this summer. In March, during her European tour, Halsey shared that she planned to take a break from the tour in late 2020. She revealed that she thinks 2020 will mark the end of the tour for a long time. Thanks for making the memories so special. She’s taking care every night.
Nothing important for Hasley than the health of her fans!!!
Now, it seems that the plans have changed. In the past few weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has canceled several events and trips around the world. Epidemic crises now have a direct impact on the epidemic. Halsey was taken to social media to announce that her North American tour dates had been rescheduled for 2021.
She confirmed that she’s sure many of her fans predicted, unfortunately, they are going to resume the next 2020 summer tour. Nothing is more important to her than the safety and health of her fans and they are pleased to announce the dates of the summer of 2021 with similar locations.
Halsey is reassuring fans that the manic tour in North America will take place next year.
Halsey shared that all tickets purchased for the manic tour will be honored. Meanwhile, Halsey is finding various ways to stay busy in quarantine. Last month, she shared a Spotify playlist, with social distance while listening to music. The playlist includes tracks from YUNGBLUD, 5 Seconds of Summer, 1975, and more.
On May 1, she released the self-empowerment song “Be Kind” with Marshmello. Even she participated in the coronavirus epidemic efforts and applied 100,000 masks for frontline activists next year. For those who want a refund or more information about their ticket, they should contact their ticket providers.