On Wednesday, singer/songwriter Halsey dropped tour dates for the North American leg of the “Manic World Tour.” This comes a week and a half prior to the release of her third studio album, Manic, which the tour will support.

In September 2019, she released dates for the first installment of the tour that kicks off next month in Madrid.

The leg runs for 27 dates throughout the United States in what seems to be two halves, Left Brain vs. Right Brain. It starts at the White River Amphitheatre in Seattle and concludes at the FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine. Halsey also ended her announcement tweet with a simple statement: “Come see how it feels…

Joining the New Jersey native on the road comes PVRIS, CHVRCHES, Omar Apollo and blackbear. CHVRCHES and Apollo serve as the opening acts from June 2-July 5, and PVRIS and blackbear will open July 12-August 1.

Manic, coming out January 17, comes a year and half after Halsey’s sophomore album, hopeless fountain kingdom. The album features “Without Me,” as its lead single. The song earned her first No.1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as the American Music Award for Favorite Song in the Pop/Rock category.

In addition, the album features previously released tracks “Clementine,” “Graveyard,” “Finally // Beautiful Stranger” and “Suga’s Interlude,” with the latter featuring an appearance from BTS rapper and songwriter Min Yoongi a.k.a. Suga. It also features artists such as Alanis Morissette and Dominic Fike.

Presale for the “Manic World Tour” begins tomorrow, January 9. General sale begins at 10 A.M. local time on Manic release day, January 17. You can get your tickets here.