Billie Eilish Announces Asia Tour Stops In Seoul, Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Jakarta & Manila

American alternative pop queen has taken the world by storm in recent years, and this year is set to go even bigger. She already announced she’s going to be the voice of the next James Bond Film theme song and now today we learn that she is set to take her “Where Do We Go?” world tour into even more cities in 2020 with the announcement of seven new dates in Asia. This adds to upcoming scheduled dates in Europe, North America and South America which kick off in March.

She’s set to show off her hits such as the world-famous songs “Bad Guy”, “bury a friend” and “when the party’s over” to epic reactions in Asia across August & September. The dates mark her most extensive run in the region across 7 cities includes visits to countries such as China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Philipines and Indonesia, with many of performances marking her first appearances in the nations.

The “Where Do We Go When We Die” Album released in 2019 has seen her pick up billions of streams worldwide, it was co-produced by her brother and touring partner FINNEAS who will be expected to join her as normal during the Asian leg of the tour. We’ll no doubt see hoards of fans singing along word for word.

August 23 – Seoul
August 25 – Shanghai
August 28 – Taipei
August 30 – Hong Kong
September 02 – Tokyo
September 05 – Manila
September 07 – Jakarta






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