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Halsey is currently on their Love and Power Tour following the release of their 2021 album, If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power. The first North American leg of the tour kicked off in May and will conclude in July. Here’s what’s on Halsey’s Love and Power Tour setlist.

Halsey, who's currently on their Love and Power tour, posing earlier this year at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Halsey | Daniele Venturelli/WireImage

Halsey has changed up the 2022 ‘Love and Power Tour’ setlist

So far, Halsey has performed nine shows for the Love and Power Tour. The singer-songwriter began the tour on May 17 at the iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Halsey’s Love and Power Tour is split into four parts:

  • Chapter 1: The Capture
  • Chapter 2: Release
  • Chapter 3: Reflect
  • Epilogue: Revenge (Encore)

For some concerts on the tour, the singer has altered the setlist and added or swapped out songs. However, each concert on tour follows the same format and is similar to the first show of the tour.

Halsey Love and Power Tour setlist:

  1. “The Tradition”
  2. “Castle”
  3. “Easier Than Lying”
  4. “You Should Be Sad”
  5. “1121” + “Die for Me”
  6. “Graveyard”
  7. “Colors”
  8. “Hurricane”
  9. “Lilith”
  10. “The Lighthouse”
  11. “Killing Boys”
  12. “Girl Is a Gun”
  13. “Be Kind”
  14. “More”
  15. “Darling”
  16. “Honey”
  17. “3am”
  18. “Bad at Love”
  19. “You Asked for This”
  20. “Whispers”
  21. “Gasoline”
  22. “Nightmare”
  23. “Experiment on Me”
  24. “Without Me”
  25. “I am Not a Woman, I’m a God”

Special moments from the ‘Love and Power Tour’

Overall, the Love and Power Tour includes songs from Halsey’s four studio albums: Badlands, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, Manic, and If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power.

Halsey opens the encore with “Nightmare.” She accompanies the single’s performance with videos highlighting protests for reproductive rights and uses the song’s bridge to display statistics about abortion on screen.

The singer also includes her song “Experiment on Me,” which was released in 2020 on the soundtrack Birds of Prey: The Album.

For her performance of “Be Kind,” Halsey sings along while also drawing on a canvas. During the singer’s concert in Charlotte, North Carolina (which I happened to attend as a fan), they assured fans in attendance that each night they draw something different, so every concert experience can be unique.

In another special move, Halsey does not perform the studio version of “1121” during the Love and Power Tour. Instead, they perform an unreleased demo of the track. Halsey combines the “1121” performance with parts of the song “Die for Me,” which Post Malone released in 2019 featuring Halsey and Future.

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Lots of Halsey ‘Love and Power Tour’ dates are left

With the first North American leg underway, Halsey still has a number of concerts to go before bringing the Love and Power Tour to Japan and Europe. The remaining dates for the North American leg of Halsey’s Love and Power Tour run into July 2022.

Remaining Halsey Love and Power Tour dates (North America):

  • June 5: Toronto at the Budweiser Stage
  • June 8: Columbia, Maryland, at the Merriweather Post Pavilion
  • June 11: New York City as part of The Governors Ball
  • June 15: Boise, Idaho, at the Ford Idaho Center
  • June 16: Seattle, Washington, at the White River Amphitheatre
  • June 18: Portland, Oregon, at the RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater
  • June 21: Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl
  • June 24: Mountain View, California, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre
  • June 26: Phoenix, Arizona, at the Ak-Chin Pavilion
  • June 28: Dallas at the Dos Equis Pavilion
  • June 30: Atlanta at the Cellairis Amphitheatre
  • July 2: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater
  • July 3: Chicago at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
  • July 6: Denver, Colorado, at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  • July 7: Denver, Colorado, at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  • July 9: Irvine, California, at the FivePoint Amphitheatre
  • July 11: Quebec City at the Plains of Abraham