October 18, 2020 by John McIntosh
It’s Official, Billie Eilish will take to the Live Stream concert stage on October 24th at 6 p.m. EST/3 p.m. PST. This one will be a little different, The Where Do We Go? Livestream show will air on Eilish’s website.

The performance will be hosted by the interactive streaming platform Maestro. In a press release, they said “interactive production” for the show will be orchestrated by lili Studios, although the specifics of what Eilish has planned for the show remain unclear.
A portion of the Proceeds will go to Crew Nation, a charitable fund benefiting crew members and behind-the-scenes workers affected by concert cancellations due to Covid-19. All ticket holders will be able to watch the Where Do We Go? livestream for 24 hours on-demand after the concert ends.

2020 was set to be a monster year for Eilish and her brother FINNEAS. Coming off monster hits like “Bad Guy,” “Bury a Friend,” “When I Was Older,” “Everything I Wanted,” “When The Party’s Over,” “Xanny,” “You Should See Me in a Crown, “ “My Future,” and “Wish You Were Gay”. Don’t forget her cartoon-crazy night at the Grammys where she won big-time for her debut album: WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?

Her last 24 months has been so meteoric, covers of her songs are already appearing on screen.
The Interrupters covered “Bad Guy” in season 2 of the Umbrella Academy, and their fans loved it!

If that wasn’t enough, she recently released the music-video for her James Bond theme song, “No Time to Die.” Eilish also got to debut the song on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
 Since her 2020 tour plans were derailed like everyone else’s, but she will be re-scheduling those shows. No dates have been announced just yet. Also be on the lookout for a documentary on her titled Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry. It’ll appear on Apple TV and theaters in February 2021. 



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