While Billie Eilish’s “WHERE DO WE GO?” world tour was postponed, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the artist will bring fans a virtual edition of the show through an immersive, live-stream event. Today, the Grammy Award-winning artist shared new details on the concert, which takes place this Saturday, October 24 at 3:00 pm PST.
Sharing a photo from rehearsal, Eilish captioned, “I’ll be bringing you inside my head in crazy xr environments.” She added that virtual attendees can look forward to a pre-show event, taking place at 2:00 pm PST, in which they’ll get to catch a never-before-seen clip from her forthcoming Apple TV+ documentary, Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry. There will also be trivia, giveaways, special guests, and more.
The show itself will be modeled after Eilish’s “WHERE DO WE GO?” world tour, and will offer fans an immersive, 3-D concert experience, thanks to multiple cameras and extended reality (XR) technology. Eilish will perform on a stage surrounded by LED screens, alongside her brother and collaborator, FINNEAS, and longtime drummer Andrew Marshall. Additionally, 500 pre-selected fans will have the lucky opportunity to interact with the artist.
Tickets for “WHERE DO WE GO? THE LIVESTREAM” are currently on sale, and include access to exclusive merch as well as an on-demand stream of the concert, available for 24 hours after the show.
Eilish, who took home three Billboard Music Awards last week, including Best New Artist, was initially scheduled to be on tour for much of the year in support of her chart-topping debut, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? Just three shows in, she was forced to halt her highly-anticipated global run.
Since then, the acclaimed artist has found plenty of ways to connect with her fans, amid quarantine, including through a variety of benefit live-streams, as well as through her new Apple Music show, me & dad radio.
Eilish’s highly-anticipated documentary, meanwhile, will arrive in theaters and on Apple TV+ in February. Directed by R.J. Cutler (The War Room, The September Issue), The World’s a Little Blurry will explore the young artist’s rise to fame, and offer a behind-the-scenes look at her life and career over the past few years.