Young pop superstar Billie Eilish recently announced a 2020 tour that will begin in early-March and run through mid-April. She is gaining thousands of fans by the day, and everyone reading these words who is interested in purchasing tickets to one or more of her upcoming tour dates can do so now. Billie Eilish 2020 Tickets are available to the general public on a first-come, first served basis.
Introducing Billie Eilish
Music fans all over the United States and the world experiencing Billie Eilish for the first time have varied reactions. This is commonplace for a newcomer who is moving the needle further than many female soloists have in a long time. The 17-year-old born in Los Angeles in the final month of 2001 has been categorized as a pop, alternative and electro-pop.
Both of her parents made a living in various ways in the entertainment epicenter of Los Angeles throughout the final decade of the 20th century, and well into the 21st. Born and raised in Highland Park, Billie Eilish was kept out of public or private schools growing up, as she was homeschooled. Around the time she would have been in fifth grade, she showed a knack for music. Her older brother of a handful of years was also well into the modern music scene, and she followed in his path.
In fact, Finneas O’Connell – her older brother – is a very accomplished figure in the modern music industry, having written a huge portion of the songs for Billie Eilish, his younger sister. He also starred in the wildly-popular TV show Glee as Alistair, making him a recognizable name a handful of years before Eilish sprang onto the scene.
Welcome To Hollywood
Billie Eilish lone studio album is entitled When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The cover portrays the young artist as a somewhat dangerous and perhaps insane person dressed in all white clothing on the edge of an all-white bed. The loud proclamation of young angst dates back to the early days of Avril Levigne, but Eilish has creatively and boldly infused this concept with a splash of mental illness and the burdens that come with being bored with life in general.
This is a sizable deviation from prior generations of teen music, and the macabre themes are central to Eilish’s works and appeal to fans her age. Her wildly popular music videos have included her rolling around on the floor like a mental patient while seemingly having the time of her life.
Her lyrics demonstrate the power that comes with a young person being on the edge of insanity and seemingly capable of something crazy at any moment. In short, her music and persona typically scares the hell out of older generations while hitting the bull’s eye with teens who feel trapped and bored in a world yet to recognize their inherent greatness.
Coachella & SNL
Her performance at Coachella earlier this year was huge. She took the SoCal stage in shorts and a puffy hoodie. She has said in the past that she does not want to make her body a focus of her performance or her music. A 17-year-old that has the attention of the music world should obviously be respected, as she will soon grow into a 20-something that will likely have the attention of the music universe.
Her performance on Saturday Night Live’s Opening Episode of their 45th Season was nothing short of groundbreaking. Her first song featured a continually rotating small room set with a continually rotating camera, which created an awesome affect that allowed her to walk and stand on every side of the room throughout her performance. Her second act involved the typical puffy clothes, but it was a more traditional performance, and she took to the stage with a combination of confidence and fear that has resonated throughout her fan base.
Where Do We Go? Tour
In a way that is essentially a gigantic proclamation that Billie Eilish can perform in the biggest venues in the world, she will open her 2020 Tour with a performance at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami on the evening of March 9. On the following night, she will perform in Orlando at the Amway Center. From there, the tour will visit North Carolina’s PNC Arena and the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on March 13. A huge show at Madison Square Garden in New York City is scheduled for the evening of March 15. Being invited to play at MSG in NYC is a full-scale confirmation that an artist is in the upper-echelon of modern performers. Indeed, Billie Eilish has achieved this status.
From there, the performer that is not yet old enough to vote will perform in front of what is sure to be a sold-out audience at the Prudential Center in Newark, The Capital One Center in Washington DC and Boston’s TD Garden in the following days. A March 20 performance at Barclays Center in Brooklyn will be among the hottest Billie Eilish 2020 Tickets, before she takes a few days off and lands in Detroit for a concert at the Little Caesars Arena on March 23.
The theme of gigantic stadiums and arenas that are the most popular in North America continues with shows at the United Center in Chicago on the 24th, the Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on the following night, and performances in Nashville, St. Louis and Omaha to finish her huge month of March.
April features shows at the Pepsi Center in Denver, The Forum in Los Angeles on the 4th and the 5th, the Chase Center in San Francisco at the newly-minted location on the 7th, and the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on the 8th. The tour is currently scheduled to conclude with shows in Seattle’s Tacoma Dome on April 10 and a grand finale at the Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, BC on the evening of April 11. Now is the perfect time to secure surprisingly affordable Billie Eilish 2020 Tour Tickets.