Billie Eilish Has A Great Plan To Give A Concert Despite The Coronavirus Pandemic
One of the most popular and successful musicians of recent times, Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish shared more good news with her fans after the first, which was news of the documentary about her career. Billie Eilish had to cancel her “Where Do We Go?” tour due to the pandemic and recently announced that she would make a virtual concert live via her official Instagram account.
Due to the pandemic, almost all celebrities’ businesses were delayed, disrupted, or canceled. Billie Eilish thought of spending almost the entire 2020 touring and giving concerts, but it was not possible. As an innovative and very young musician, she found a new solution to this situation and announced that she would perform Livestream this Saturday after a long break.
Billie shared images from the rehearsals of this show, which is going to be almost as big as a real concert, and gave information about this surprise. Billie finished the first day of rehearsals for the show “Where Do We Go?” and according to her statements, the Livestream will be an interactive experience that’s really live.
Arena shows inspired this idea, but everything created newly, immersive, multidimensional. A world created with XR technology. She also stated that she could not wait to perform live again.
Here’s what she said:
“From rehearsal 🤍 in the show, I’ll be bringing you inside my head in crazy XR environments. aaaaaand there’s gonna be a pre-show before with trivia and a never before seen scene from the doc 🤗 tickets at livestream.billieeilish.com”
Moreover, there will be a pre-show which includes scenes from the documentary “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry” which will be in theatres and on Apple TV, Plus, in February 2021.
During the virtual concert, there will be interactaction with the fans who bought tickets online for the show for $ 30. The singer gave detailed information on her website. It’s on October 24th at 6:00 p.m. Saturday.
Check out the post below.