Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Halsey Brings Her ‘Kingdom’ to Boston This Friday

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Halsey Brings Her ‘Kingdom’ to Boston This Friday

Halsey recently kicked off her 2017 North American headline tour in support of her second full-length album, “hopeless fountain kingdom” which was released on Astralwerks in June. The record debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard 200 and sold over 76,000 copies in its first week. The album’s most recent single, “Bad at Love” was released on August 22nd, and peaked at number 18 on Billboard Top 40. The video for that single debuted on August 30th and currently sits at over 17 million YouTube/VEVO views.

Halsey first stormed the pop culture kingdom in 2015 and took her spot on the throne as her full-length debut Badlands crash-landed at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and earned a platinum-certification in under year. She sold out arenas nationwand garnered a 2017 GRAMMY® nomination in the category of “Best Pop Duo/Group Performance” for “Closer,” her seven times platinum megahit with The Chainsmokers. Her reign continues with hopeless fountain kingdom.

Halsey will now bring her kingdom to Boston for a Friday night show at TD Garden. Support on the tour is coming from hip hop star PartyNextDoor and pop princess Charli XCX. Tickets for the show are available via TicketMaster HERE

Purchase “hopeless fountain kingdom” – HERE

HOPELESS FOUNTAIN KINGDOM TOUR DATES:

10/4                 Toronto, ON                            Air Canada Centre
10/6                 Boston, MA                             TD Garden
10/7                 Philadelphia, PA                      Wells Fargo Center
10/9                 Washington, D.C.                    Verizon Center
10/10               Pittsburgh, PA                         PPG Paints Arena
10/13               Brooklyn, NY                           Barclays Center
10/14               Newark, NJ                              Prudential Center
10/17               Charlotte, NC                          Spectrum Center
10/19               Duluth, GA                              Infinite Energy Arena
10/21               Sunrise, FL                               BB&T Center
10/22               Orlando, FL                              Amway Center
10/25               Houston, TX                            Toyota Center
10/26               Dallas, TX                                American Airlines Center
10/27               Austin, TX                                Frank Erwin Center
10/29               Denver, CO                             Pepsi Center
10/31               Phoenix, AZ                             Talking Stick Resort Arena
11/3                 Los Angeles, CA                       The Forum
11/4                 Anaheim, CA                           Honda Center
11/5                 San Diego, CA                          Viejas Arena
11/7                 Oakland, CA                            Oracle Arena
11/10               Seattle, WA                             Key Arena
11/11               Vancouver, BC                        Rogers Arena
11/14               Calgary, AB                             Scotiabank Saddledome
11/15               Edmonton, AB                         Rogers Place
11/18               St. Paul, MN                            Xcel Energy Center
11/19               Rosemont, IL                           Allstate Arena
11/21               Detroit, MI                              Little Caesars Arena
11/22               Cleveland, OH                         Wolstein Cente