Billie Eilish announces immersive Where Do We Go? online concert, here's how to watch the show

Billie Eilish announces immersive Where Do We Go? online concert, here's how to watch the show

Billie Eilish is taking the Where Do We Go? World Tour straight to your screens this October.

On Wednesday (10/07), the GRAMMY award-winning pop singer announced the Where Do We Go? The Livestream, coming to you this October 24 (Saturday) at 3 p.m. PST or October 25 (Sunday) 6 a.m. PHT/SGT.

Billie Eilish's upcoming Where Do We Go? The Livestream is slated to be more than just your average online show. With multi-cameras and state-of-the art XR technology, the concert takes viewers into a 3D rendered world that fans would've seen at the postponed 2020 arena tour.

Plus, 500 pre-selected fans will also get the chance to interact with Eilish virtually during the concert.

A special pre-show event ahead of the Where Do We Go? The Livestream will air at 2 p.m. PST/5 a.m. PHT/SGT, where an exclusive clip from Eilish's upcoming documentary Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry is set to premiere.

There will also be surprise guest appearances and special content giveaways up for grabs during the pre-show.

Tickets are available now for $30 USD (PHP 1,453/SGD 41). Purchasing a ticket gives fans access to the livestream show, access to exclusive merch, and the concert on-demand for 24 hours after the initial broadcast.

Proceeds from select merch items will be donated to Crew Nation, a charitable fund by Live Nation for the benefit of crew members affected by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Get your tickets here.

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Eilish was initially scheduled to take the Where Do We Go? World Tour to Asia with stops in ShanghaiTaipeiHong KongYokohama, and Manila, but has been postponed indefinitely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The 'my future' singer-songwriter will be dropping a full-length documentary, directed by R.J. Cutler, called Billie Eilish: The World's A Little Blurry to Apple TV+ and theaters this February 2021. She also recently released her first signature ukulele with Fender.

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