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Halsey | Hopeless Fountain Kingdom Final Installment Tour

Grammy® Award-nominated, multi-platinum songstress and Billboard’s 2016 Rising Star, Halsey will perform at the Walmart AMP on Friday, July 20 as part of the 2018 Cox Concert Series.

Friday, July 20, 2018
Rates/Admission Prices

Tickets range from $30 to $65 (plus applicable fees)

Arkansas Music Pavilion
5079 W Northgate Rd
Rogers, AR 72758
Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 12pm to 4pm
Sunday: Opens at noon on concert days only

Halsey is touring her most recent album hopeless fountain kingdom, released in 2017. Rising soul crooner Jessie Reyez is performing with Halsey on the hopeless fountain kingdom Final Installment Tour. 

Halsey’s announcement comes hot-off-the-heels of her new single “Alone,” featuring Big Sean and island-trailblazer Stefflon Don. “Alone” surpassed 1 million streams on both Spotify and Apple Music in three days. In the U.S., “Alone” was added to 90 Top 40 stations in its first week. 
Halsey pushes creative boundaries expanding her influence and impact beyond music. High-end fashion retailer Yves Saint Laurent recently tapped her as a brand ambassador of YSL Beauté where she will help create and share makeup looks for the prestigious brand. She will also make her big screen debut as she joins the cast of the animated movie Teen Titans GO! as the voice of Wonder Woman—in theaters July 27. Also, GLAAD has nominated her for “Outstanding Music Artist.” Recently, Halsey spoke at the 2018 Women’s March advocating for equality. 
Halsey recently performed with G-Eazy on their Bonnie and Clyde themed platinum-certified single “Him & I” – a song which continues to dominate at #1 on Billboard’s Pop Songs Airplay Chart and #1 at Top 40 radio (marking the second #1 she is featured on since accompanying The Chainsmokers on “Closer”, which ruled radio at #1 for 11 weeks). In addition, her own double-platinum-certified singles, “Bad At Love” and “Now Or Never,” also peaked in the top three at Top 40 radio.