Everything we know about Billie Eilish's upcoming livestream show

The virtual concert we’ve all been waiting for
Billie Eilish
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By , Audacy

This weekend is going to be freaking epic, why you ask? Well Billie Eilish’s highly anticipated Where Do We Go? The Livestream is happening, duh.

Here’s everything we know. The “virtual, multi-dimensional, interactive, and immersive” livestream concert scheduled for Saturday, October 24th at 6PM ET. But before that all goes down, the evening will start off at 5PM with a one hour pre-show that will feature a never-before-seen clip from her upcoming Apple TV+ documentary Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry, plus guest appearances and special content giveaways.

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When it comes time for the concert itself, attendees… prepare yourselves for fully immersive experience. Through the use of multiple cameras and state-of-the-art XR technology, Eilish along with the production team at Moment Factory have managed to bring the elements from her halted 2020 arena tour and reconfigure them into a virtual concert in a 3D rendered environment.

Big bro FINNEAS and touring drummer Andrew Marshall will join Billie for the live performance, as five hundred pre-selected fans will be able to virtually interact with her in real-time throughout the show.

Tickets for Where Do We Go? The Livestream are available now on Eilish’s website, starting at $30. And for all those merch fiends out there, make sure to check it out, its exclusive and only available for ticket holders from now until the day of the show. Also, proceeds from select items will go toward Crew Nation, a charitable fund created by Live Nation to help support the crew members affected by events and concert cancellations as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Honestly, this is everything we wanted. Hope this answers the question of "Where Do We Go?" Meet you at the livestream.

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