Billie Eilish has revealed an 81-date world tour commencing later this year.
Billie Eilish has revealed an 81-date world tour commencing later this year.

Billie Eilish announces sustainable world tour

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Billie Eilish has revealed an 81-date world tour commencing later this year.

Billie Eilish, the renowned singer behind hits like “What Was I Made For,” has confirmed tour dates across North America, Australia, and Europe starting in September. 

The tour, named after her upcoming album “Hit Me Hard And Soft,” will emphasize sustainability, building on her commitment to environmental causes.

Sustainable Tour Initiatives

Billie Eilish has pledged to make her latest tour the most sustainable yet, partnering with an environmental group to organize eco-friendly initiatives. 

Tickets for the tour will go on sale on May 3rd, with performances kicking off in Canada on September 29th before moving to the US in October.

Global Reach

Following her North American shows, Billie will bring her tour to Australia in February and Europe in April. The tour includes 12 dates in the UK, featuring multiple performances in Glasgow, London, and Manchester.

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Climate Positive Commitment

As a longstanding climate campaigner, Billie aims to make her tour “climate positive,” meaning it will eliminate more emissions than it produces. 

Partnering with Reverb, a nonprofit organization promoting sustainability in the music industry, initiatives will include reducing single-use plastics, offering plant-based food options, and contributing profits to climate projects.

Environmental Awareness

In an interview, Billie expressed her commitment to minimizing waste in every aspect of her music, influenced by her upbringing and awareness of the impact of individual actions. 

For her upcoming album release on May 17th, she plans to limit the environmental impact of physical copies, aligning with her ethos of environmental responsibility.

Billie Eilish’s sustainable world tour represents a significant step in the music industry’s efforts to promote eco-friendly practices, reflecting her dedication to making a positive impact on the planet.

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