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Billie Eilish is going on tour in 2022 (Picture: Getty/Twitter)
The tour, which is in support of Billie’s upcoming second studio album of the same name, will be hitting the US and Canada, as well as the UK, Ireland and other European countries.
The 19-year-old had previously confirmed the news on social media, writing: ‘GOING ON TOURRRRRR AGAINNNNNN JSKCHSKCJSLFJKSNDHSK FINALLYYYYYYY, “Happier Than Ever, The World Tour”, EEEEEEEEEEEEEE. (sic)’
She also shared a video, in which she can be seen sitting alone in an empty auditorium as a piano plays in the background.
A crowd can be heard chanting her name as she sits on a red seat in a blue top from her Happier Than Ever merchandise line.
Then a title card appears on screen, which reads: ‘Billie Eilish. Happier Than Ever. The World Tour.’
The news will most definitely please die-hard fans after Billie cancelled her Where Do We Go tour due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
She performed three concerts as part of the tour in March 2020 before originally postponing it as coronavirus spread across the world, later announcing its cancellation last December.
Here’s everything you need to know about the UK dates of the forthcoming tour and how to get tickets.
Where is Billie Eilish playing in the UK and Ireland?
Billie will play several dates in the UK and Ireland (Picture: Twitter)
Billie will kick-off her UK and Ireland leg by playing at Belfast’s SEE Arena on Jun 3, before travelling to Dublin to sing at the 3Arena on June 4 and 5.
She will then play two dates at Manchester’s AO Arena on June 7 and 8, and later take to the stage at the O2 Arena in London between June 10-12.
Billie is set to perform at the Utilita Arena in Birmingham on June 15, and Glasgow’s SSE Hydro the following night.
Finally, she will conclude the concert leg with another performance at the O2 in London on June 16.
When do Billie Eilish tickets go on sale?
Tickets are now on sale to see Billie Eilish live (Picture: Getty Images)
Tickets for the UK and Ireland dates of the Happier Than Ever world tour are officially on sale, and can be purchased through the Livenation website.
Ticketmaster is the provider for most dates, while AXS are responsible for the London shows.
You can purchase up to six tickets maximum per person.
How much are Billie Eilish tickets?
Prices for tickets vary depending on venue (Picture: Getty Images)
The tickets for Billie’s tour are different depending on the venue, and whether you opt for seated or standing.
They are priced between £48.25-£94.00 for the London dates, depending on where you are located, and between £46.30 and £100 for Manchester.
Belfast tickets cost between £69.50 and £91, while Glasgow is priced similarily to Manchester.
Birmingham is one of the cheapest cities you can see Billie in, with prices ranging between £39 and £90.
Fans in London can also get their hands on premium seated options (Picture: Instagram)
For Dublin, the tickets are between €77 and €98.
Fans attending in London will also be able to get their hands on premium seated options, which include a seat in level one, as well as a food and drink voucher, a bar and in-seat service. Theses come at a hefty price between £200-241, depending on which seat you choose.
Those with access to American Express cards can also take advantage of special tickets which entitle you to exclusive offers and goodies.
With tickets already on sale, some seats have already sold out, but there are still many available to be snapped up.
Is there a Ticketmaster offer code for Billie Eilish tickets?
Unfortunately, there appears to be no offer code for fans purchasing tickets via Ticketmaster.
So if you want to get your hands on tickets, make sure you don’t miss out.
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