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Halsey announces world tour, with a stop in St. Paul

The singer-songwriter will play the Xcel Energy Center in June.

After playing a stunning set on short notice in Minneapolis last year, pop megastar Halsey is returning to the Twin Cities in 2020.

The singer-songwriter, real name Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, has announced the Manic World Tour ahead of the release of her third studio album, Manic.

She will make a stop at the Xcel Energy Center on June 30, with support from CHVRCHES and Omar Apollo.

The album is due for release on Friday, Jan. 17, the same day that tickets go on sale for her tour.

Presale tickets however will start a day earlier, at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 16.

It comes after Halsey played a hugely successful free show at the Armory in downtown Minneapolis, giving fans just 4 days notice of the impending performance.

After 8,000 fans packed the venue for the show, she called Minneapolis "one of my favorite cities to play."

You can find more information about the album here, and about the tour here.

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