Billie Eilish announces new ‘Happier Than Ever’ tour dates

Asian fans of Billie Eilish will have the chance to enjoy a tour show’Happier Than Ever’ coming soon. Currently performing in Europe and the UK, the singer has just included six new dates of shows on its agenda, covering countries on the continent.

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The presentations announced this Wednesday (22) will mark the first concerts of billie as the main attraction on the continent. the voice of “Lost Cause” performed in Singapore, Tokyo and Osaka in 2018 as a festival attraction laneway and Summer Sonicrespectively.

The tour”Happier Than Ever“Now it will go through Philippines, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Japan in August – a month after the Australian and New Zealand phase of the project. The artist’s official fan club will have the opportunity to participate in a ticket pre-sale starting this Thursday (23), but the general sale should only open next Monday.

This weekend, the singer will perform at Pyramid Stage of the Glastonbury Festival.

Check out Billie Eilish’s new concert dates:

AUGUST
Saturday 13 – Manila, SM Mall Of Asia Arena
Sunday 15 – Seoul, Gocheok Sky Dome
Wednesday 18 – Kuala Lumpur, National Stadium
Saturday 21 – Singapore, National Stadium
Wednesday 24 – Bangkok, Impact Arena
Friday 26 – Tokyo, Ariake Arena

unreleased music

Billie Eilish took fans by surprise when he sang an unreleased song from his repertoire during a concert by “Happier Than Ever World Tour”, which took place in Manchester, England, earlier this month. According to the singer herself, the track is called “TV”.

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The presentation, which took place at AO Arena, marked the first show of Eilish in the country since he appeared at the Reading, in 2019. According to “NME”the 20-year-old American star, talked about the new song shortly before singing it on the guitar.

“We haven’t played a new song live before it came out since 2017 or 2018”said the singer on stage when sharing that the song is called “TV”. And the music is cool. It’s just been done, as she says: “This is one we just wrote and we just wanted to play it for you”.

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