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She was accepted to the Rhode Island School of Design but never went because she couldn't afford it.

Halsey fans are unfortunately not going to be seeing her on tour this year. After postponing her 2020 “Manic” tour to 2021 due to the coronavirus, she has now decided to cancel it altogether.

“Safety is the priority.,” Halsey tweeted “I wish things were different. I love you. Dreaming of seeing your faces again.”

In a longer note she explained, “Despite our absolute best efforts, there is no guarantee I’ll be able to tour the currently scheduled dates,” noting, “I miss seeing all of you in the crowd every night more than anything, but I need to prioritize your health and safety. That being said, the Manic tour is now officially canceled.”

Finally, she shares, “As much as we wanted to hold out hope that this tour could eventually happen, our priority is now getting your ticket money back to you immediately,” adding “believe me I’m gutted.”


I’m gutted too, Halsey! I had tickets to the original 2020 Manic tour at my bucket list venue, Red Rocks in Denver, CO! Ugh. Maybe one day…