Billie Eilish announces massive new tour: What you need to know

Eilish also has a new album set to drop in May as well.
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May is going to be a great month for Billie Eilish fans. Not only are music lovers going to likely be entertained by her new album, Hit Me Hard And Soft, which is set to be released on May 17, but Eilish is set to go on an extended tour that begins in late September and runs through the end of July in 2025. If you want to see her perform, however, be ready because tickets go on sale to the general public on May 3.

If you are an American Express card holder, you would have been able to be involved in pre-sale events in certain markets from April 30 through May 1, but just because one was able to log on to the pre-sale did not guarantee that person would get tickets. The tour will begin in North America but most dates happen outside the continent.

As of now anyway; the way the tour is structured might imply that later North American dates could be added. In other words, if you don't get tickets for current dates, you might have a chance later.

All you need to know (for now) about Billie Eilish's new tour

Billie Eilish will begin the tour in Quebec on September 29 at the Centre Videotron. The final current North American date is December 17 in Los Angeles. After a two-month break, Eilish will play gigs in Australia until March 8 and then things get wacky. Between April 23 and July 27, 2025, Eilish will wind her way through Europe and the UK.

That includes four shows in Manchester, England, and six in London. In most other cities on her tour, she will do two shows. She will do four each in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, Australia.

While that is a lot of shows over 10 months, adding extra shows after the initially released run is not uncommon. Hopefully, that is the case with Eilish as well. At least, since tickets go on sale on May 3 and shows do not begin until late September at the earliest, you will have enough time to decide what to wear while also listening multiple times to Eilish's new album.

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