Halsey won't be 'touring for a very long time' after 2020 'Manic' tour, fans extend their support

The celebrated pop singer shared in the Instagram post that she is 'cherishing every single night' of the ongoing tour


                            Halsey won't be 'touring for a very long time' after 2020 'Manic' tour, fans extend their support
Halsey (Noam Galai/Getty Images)
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Singer-songwriter Halsey may not be touring "for a very long time", if we are to believe a caption she posted on her social media on March 1.

The 25-year-old singer has been on a successful run of shows in her 'Manic' tour, and despite the third studio LP's massive success, already Platinum-certified, according to Forbes,  fans may not get a chance to see their favorite pop singer perform in the foreseeable future.

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Sunday morning, Halsey shared some photos on Instagram from her recent shows and with the photo with the singer leaning back in a ballet-esque pose, she captioned, "I think 2020 will mark the end of me touring for a very long time. Thank you for making the memories so special".

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She added, "I am cherishing every single night". Her fans have been surprisingly understanding of the caption despite a few who said they were sad and taken aback.

A fan shared "You deserve some rest," while another said, "Will support you no matter what girl. we all love you, never forget that." A fan added, "Sad bc I'll never get to see you but do what's best for you."

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Halsey's 'Manic' LP, that released January 17 in the United States, was eligible for a Gold certification from the RIAA within seconds of its release, according to Forbes.

Although albums get Platinum status fairly frequently, Halsey's certification was notable as the LP was out a little over a month when it received the Platinum certification. It was the first LP to receive Platinum for 2020. 'Manic' also debuted at No 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart when it released.

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Halsey will be wrapping up her European leg of her 2020 tour in Manchester, UK, on March 12, and will return to the US this summer where the performances will resume at White River Ampitheatre in Seattle, Washington on June 2.