Halsey Announces Performances for LGBTQ Organizations in The Summer of 2023

The “Without Me” singer said that a string ensemble would be joining them on stage this summer. Halsey is prepared to showcase their songs in a fresh manner.

The 28-year-old singer made the announcement on Friday that they will perform this summer alongside a string quartet to support LGBTQ charities.

The artist posted on Twitter, “I’m playing a few small venues with a string ensemble this summer in partnership with Hard Rock Live to benefit LGBTQ+ organizations @OutrightIntl & @HRC.”

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The concerts are slated for June 24, June 30, and July 2. All concert earnings and donations will go to Hard Rock Heals, Outright International, and the Human Rights Campaign, according to the statement.

The LGBTQ community benefits from each organization in a different way.

The Hard Rock Cafe established the Hard Rock Heals Foundation to give funding and support to humanitarian, disaster relief, and worldwide health and wellness initiatives.

Its purpose is to “ensure that all LGBTQ+ people, particularly those who are trans, people of color, and HIV+, are treated as full and equal citizens.” The Human Rights Campaign is another international group with a similar mission.

Outreach International claims on its website that it works to uphold “LGBTIQ people’s human rights everywhere.” They replied to Halsey’s Twitter post with the following message after she revealed the news on Friday: “Thank you, @halsey, for choosing to support our work. We eagerly anticipate these concerts.

Throughout her career, the “Without Me” singer has been outspoken about her opinions on identity and support for gender expression.

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She opened up about her views on gender in an Instagram post published just before the birth of Ender, the 20-month-old son she has with her husband Alev Aydin, after changing her pronouns on Twitter and Instagram to she/they in March 2021.

“My body has been on my mind a lot lately. It’s odd to see how rapidly you change, the “Graveyard” singer wrote. I had anticipated experiencing extremely strong, binary thoughts about being a “woman,” but being pregnant has really completely balanced my sense of gender.

“My sensitivity to my body has made me hyper-aware of my humanness, and that’s all,” Halsey concluded. I cook a lot, sleep even more, and read lots of books, she said. I long for my family. also you guys! That’s all for now.

At this time, Ticketmaster is the place to get tickets.