Seven-time Grammy Award winner Billie Eilish—one of many largest worldwide pop stars of her technology—will quickly make a cease and take the stage in Manila for the primary time, as a part of the upcoming Asian leg of her ongoing tour, “Happier than Ever.”
Produced by Reside Nation Philippines, the 20-year-old singer’s live performance can be held on Aug. 13 on the SM Mall of Asia Area. Tickets will go on sale June 27 at 10 a.m. through SMtickets.com and its shops. In the meantime, members of Reside Nation Philippines web site (Livenation.ph), can have an unique on-line window to purchase tickets on June 25 from 10 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.
“Asia! So excited to see you in August,” Billie wrote in an Instagram story.
The world tour, which was launched in assist of her critically acclaimed sophomore album “Happier than Ever,” kicked off final February and also will make stops in different Asian cities, together with Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok and Tokyo.
2020 Manila present canceled
Billie was initially slated for a Manila present in September 2020 as a part of her “The place Do We Go” tour. Nevertheless, she managed to do solely three dates in the US, earlier than the COVID-19 pandemic struck and compelled lockdowns and tour cancelations all around the world.
Spontaneous and effortlessly cool, Billie made waves together with her 2019 debut album, “When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go?” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, and spawned the Billboard Scorching 100 No. 1 music “Dangerous Man,” and different hits, like “When the Get together’s Over,” “Bury a Buddy” and “Every little thing I Wished.”
Recognized for her whispery singing type and experimental different pop sound, the American recording artist—in simply 4 years—has collected numerous awards and nominations, together with seven Grammys, three Brit Awards in addition to an Oscar trophy for her work in “No Time to Die,” the theme music of the 2021 James Bond movie of the identical title.
Billie, who has since amassed 73 billion streams throughout completely different platforms, sustained the momentum with “Happier than Ever”—a jazz-tinged electropop album impressed by the singer-songwriter’s reflections amid the pandemic. It reached No. 1 in 25 international locations and featured the favored singles “My Future,” “Due to this fact I Am” and “Your Energy.”
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