Halsey announces intimate London show

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 5 June 2019
Halsey

Halsey

Halsey is set to play an intimate show in London "for one night only" at the Electric Ballroom in Camden next week

Halsey has announced a one-off show in London on Monday (10.06.19).

The 'Nightmare' singer will play an intimate set at Camden's Electric Ballroom – which has a capacity of just 1,500 – with tickets on sale Wednesday (05.06.19) at 5pm.

The pop star wrote on Twitter: "London you know I wouldn't come here without a few tricks up my sleeve....

"See you for one night only, June 10th, for an intimate show at the electric ballroom. tix on sale 5pm tomorrow, June 5. http://iamhalsey.com (sic)"

The 'Without You' hitmaker is dating British musician Yungblud, and the pair have been surprising audiences with a performance of their hit song '11 Minutes' – which features Blink-182's Travis Barker – and the Doncaster rocker has a gap in his touring schedule, which could mean he'll join Halsey at the concert.

The 24-year-old singer appears to be back on her feet again after breaking her toe whilst trying to save a butterfly.

The 'Bad at Love' hitmaker injured herself when she tried to save the creature last month, but it ended up being dead anyway.

She wrote on Instagram: "I was trying to save a hurt butterfly in the jungle. I broke my toe. turns out the butterfly was already dead. I have alien feet I know. I sacrificed having nice feet when I committed to a life of dancing on stages and saving dead butterflies. this hurts. (sic)"

Back in 2017, Halsey broke her foot, just minutes after telling Fifth Harmony to "go break a leg" at the Y100 Jingle Ball concert in Florida, only to end up in hospital with a fractured right foot shortly afterwards.

She tweeted at the time: "Mood is me saying "break a leg" to @FifthHarmony last night and then being in the hospital getting a foot x Ray 35 minutes later. (sic)"

And when advised by one of her followers to simply "walk it off", she clarified she'd suffered a painful break.

She replied: "I'm not sure u can "walk off" a broken foot (sic)"

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