Back in March, Billie Eilish was among many of the artists forced to cancel or push back shows due to coronavirus, and subsequently cancelled all of her Where Do We Go? tour dates for 2020. In a new Instagram post, she says how much she misses performing live, and announces an upcoming livestream concert to help tide us over.
Titled Where Do We Go? The Livestream, the show will be streamed on the singer’s website – where fans can also preorder tickets – on October 24. “Miss doing shows so muuuuuch,” she writes in the announcement. “I can’t wait to be performing agaaaain.”
Despite coronavirus complications putting a stop to the tour earlier this year, Eilish has kept pretty busy during quarantine, taking part in Lady Gaga’s One World: Together at Home benefit concert, releasing a short film about body shaming (which was originally meant to appear on her tour), and chatting to David Attenborough about how to save the world.
She’s also had time to release a new single and music video, “my future”, alongside a new video and live performance for her Bond theme, “No Time To Die”.
View Billie Eilish’s announcement of the upcoming show, Where Do We Go? The Livestream, below.