Starting in September, pop star Halsey will head out on what she is calling “the biggest tour” she’s ever done. Announced on Wednesday, Halsey will kick off her Hopeless Fountain Kingdom 2017 tour on Sept. 29 in Connecticut for a 30-date trek with special guests PartyNextDoor and Charli XCX.

Halsey’s 2017 tour will make stops in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles and more. Pre-sale tickets will go on sale May 8 while general admission tickets will be sold on May 12. The “Closer” singer’s website advises fans to register for pre-sale tickets here, although it warns that “registering does not guarantee you will receive a code or have the ability to purchase tickets.” Check out Halsey’s tour dates below:

Sept. 29 – Uncasville, Connecticut – Mohegan Sun

Oct. 3 – Montreal, Quebec City – Bell Centre

Oct. 4 – Toronto, Ontario – Air Canada Centre

Oct. 6 – Boston, Massachusetts – TD Garden

Oct. 7 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center

Oct. 9 – Washington, D.C. – Verizon Center

Oct. 10 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – PPG Paints Arena

Oct. 13 – Brooklyn, New York – Barclays Center

Oct. 14 – Newark, New Jersey – Prudential Center

Oct. 17 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Spectrum Center

Oct. 19 – Atlanta, Georgia – Infinite Energy Arena

Oct. 21 – Sunrise, Florida – BB&T Center

Oct. 22 – Orlando, Florida – Amway Center

Oct. 25 – Houston, Texas – Toyota Center

Oct. 26 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center

Oct. 27 – Austin, Texas – Frank Irwin Center

Oct. 29 – Denver, Colorado – Pepsi Center

Oct. 31 – Phoenix, Arizona – Talking Stick Resort Arena

Nov. 3 – Los Angeles, California – The Forum

Nov. 4 – Anaheim, California – Honda Center

Nov. 5 – San Diego, California – Viejas Arena

Nov. 7 – Oakland, California – Oracle Arena

Nov. 10 – Seattle, Washington – Key Arena

Nov. 11 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena

Nov. 14 – Calgary, Alberta – Scotiabank Saddledome

Nov. 15 – Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place

Nov. 18 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – Xcel Energy Center

Nov. 19 – Chicago, Illinois – Allstate Arena

Nov. 21 – Detroit, Michigan – Little Caesars Arena

Nov. 22 – Cleveland, Ohio – Wolstein Center

If you’re worried that your city isn’t on the list of dates, the singer reminded fans that this is only “installment one” of her tour and more dates will be coming soon. “If you were around for Badlands you know that it’s installment one of a world tour which is why this portion is only North American dates,” she tweeted.

For her latest tour, the artist has partnered with Ticketmaster and its “#VerifiedFan” platform. “Halsey cares about her fans and understands there are going to be more people who want to see her on tour than there will be available tickets. She’s committed to getting tickets in the hands of fans. Not scalpers or bots,” the site reads.

Halsey’s 2017 tour wasn’t the only surprise she had for fans. Following the tour announcement, she revealed that she would be premiering a “brand new song” on Thursday on Beats 1 with Zane Lowe at 12:30 p.m EDT.