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Billie Eilish Australia Tour

Billie Eilish Australia Tour
Billie Eilish Australia Tour

Billie Eilish Australia Tour: Actress and singer Billie Eilish has given fans a great treat by announcing dates for her ‘Happier Than Ever World Tour’ in Australia for the year 2022. The superstar’s first return to Western Australia since mid-2019, when she performed at the Fremantle Arts Centre in front of a very small audience of about 3200 people, comes after the release of her second studio album, Happier Than Ever, in July.

The album topped charts all around the globe, following in the footsteps of Eilish’s tremendous success with her first album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? in 2019. With his debut long-player, the Californian musician received five Grammys, including the so-called “big four” honors of record, song, and album of the year as well as the award for a best new artist.

The then 18-year-old made history by being not only the youngest person to win the top awards, but also the first artist to sweep all four since Christopher Cross in 1981, making him the youngest person in history to do so.

Since scoring her first ARIA Top 10 single with Lovely, which featured R&B star Khalid, Eilish has amassed an impressive 11 more Top 10 hits in Australia, including Bury a Friend, When the Party’s Over, the chart-topping Bad Guy, and the Grammy-winning James Bond theme No Time to Die. Eilish is currently on tour in support of her new album, which will be released on April 27.

Billie Eilish Australia Tour
Billie Eilish Australia Tour

Happier Than Ever was recorded with her elder brother Finneas O’Connell, who also co-writes and produces her music when they were both in lockdown.

Beginning in Sydney on September 13, the 19-year-old singer will go on his first leg of a tour that will take him through Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth before concluding in Perth on September 29.

Chugg Entertainment, Frontier Touring, and Live Nation are among the companies involved.

Billie Eilish, the pop sensation from the United States, will visit Australia in September 2022!

Eilish returns to Australia for the fourth time, bringing her much-anticipated Happier Than Ever, The World Tour to venues in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Perth this time around. Those performances will be the singer’s first live appearances since she appeared to a frantic, sold-out capacity audience in 2019. The new concerts follow the release of her highly praised sophomore album Happier Than Ever, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 list.

The dates for Eilish’s tour dates in North America, the United Kingdom, and Europe were all sold out in record time when they were announced in May 2021. These concerts in Australia will be THE most talked-about shows of 2022!

‘It’s going to be just insane. It’s going to be a lot of shouting and leaping and getting low… It’s going to be a lot of fun. ‘I can’t wait to get started.’ August 2021: Billie Eilish performs on triple j

During her Happier Than Ever, The World Tour, Eilish will continue her collaboration with sustainability partner REVERB, which will include a Billie Eilish Action Village at each performance, which will be open to the general public. It will be centered on climate action and climate justice, hosting and supporting local and worldwide environmental groups, and implementing a thorough program via REVERB’s Music Climate Revolution campaign, among other things.

Billie Eilish Australia Tour
Billie Eilish Australia Tour

Additionally, the program will fund initiatives that will directly and demonstrably reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These combined efforts will result in the tour being Climate Positive, meaning that it will eliminate considerably more emissions than it generates.

On October 15, tickets for the award-winning singer’s Happier Than Ever tour will go on sale to the general public, with pre-sales beginning on October 11. A tour is an all-ages event. It’s going to be just insane. It’s going to be a lot of leaping and shouting, and it’s going to go low. It’s going to be a lot of fun. ‘I can’t wait,’ Billie said.