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April 2020
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Halsey and Pale Waves are touring together early next year

The four-date run includes a show at The O2.
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Published: 9:26 pm, September 23, 2019
Halsey and Pale Waves are touring together early next year

Halsey and Pale Waves are touring together early next year.

They'll perform in Glasgow, London - for a whopper at The O2 - Dublin, and Manchester next March, in support of Halsey's upcoming third album 'Manic', due 17th January via Capitol Records/Virgin.

The details are:

MARCH
07 GLASGOW SSE Hydro
08 LONDON O2 Arena
10 DUBLIN 3Arena
12 MANCHESTER Arena

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