Billie Eilish Has Announced Australian and New Zealand Tour Dates for Next Year
The pop sensation is bringing her Happier Than Ever Tour down under next September.
Arguably the biggest pop sensation to emerge in the last five years, Billie Eilish has just announced a run of Australian and New Zealand tour dates throughout September 2022. The tour marks the first time Eilish has graced the shores of either country since 2019.
In the two years since her last tour, Eilish has released her latest chart-topping album Happier Than Ever, a documentary and visual book, taken out the Hottest 100 and swept the Grammys, taking home all four of the major categories at the 2020 ceremony. The announcement of this run on dates also comes days after the announcement that Billie Eilish is set to become the youngest-ever performer to headline the UKs Glastonbury Festival in 2022.
The Happier Than Ever Tour will kick off at Auckland's Spark Arena on Thursday, September 8 before moving to Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena on Tuesday, September 13. It'll then move on to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne and Perth's RAC Arena throughout the remainder of September.
The tour follows previous tour announcements from international artists Tyler, the Creator, Gorillaz and Guns N' Roses, marking the expected return of international touring for the first time in more than two years.
Tickets to the Happier Than Ever Tour start at $99 and are available as part of Telstra Plus and Vodafone pre-sales on Monday, October 11, plus Frontier and Live Nation pre-sales on Wednesday, October 13 before they go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 15.
BILLIE EILISH — HAPPIER THAN EVER TOUR
Thursday, September 8 – Spark Arena, Auckland
Tuesday, September 13 – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Saturday, September 17 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Thursday, September 22 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Thursday, September 29 – RAC Arena, Perth
You can find all the details on Billie Eilish's Happier Than Ever Australia and New Zealand tour at the tour's website.
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Published on October 07, 2021 by Ben Hansen