Billie Eilish has officially announced her first-ever major solo livestream concert, Where Do We Go? The Livestream.
Set to debut October 24 on her website, the GRAMMY winner will broadcast the concert from Los Angeles and boasts of “interactive production” from lili Studios. A setlist is yet to be revealed, however, Eilish’s affinity for the macabre and the event’s proximity to Halloween hints at something possibly ghastly.
The announcement arrives shortly after Eilish and her brother Finneas performed their James Bond theme song “No Time To Die” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The Eilish siblings explained that writing a 007 theme used to be nothing more than a fantasy to them, and that dream slowly began to come true around Summer 2019. “You know, what’s funny is that we kind of started with making sure we got a melody that we felt was really solid before we tried any lyrics out,” she said. “We both think it’s really important to have the title of the movie in the song and have the song be called that, because it wouldn’t have been satisfying otherwise.”
Watch their “No Time To Die” performance above. Tickets for Where Do We Go? The Livestream are available now on Billie Eilish’s official website for $30 USD, and fans who purchase tickets before October 11 will be given exclusive access to discounted merchandise. The proceeds from several items will go to the Crew Nation campaign that supports touring crew members affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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