Billie Eilish adds two extra London shows to UK tour

Billie Eilish

Nu-goth pop sensation confirms Manchester, Birmingham and London shows

Billie Eilish has confirmed she will bring her When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? tour to the UK in July 2020. Tickets for the shows are on sale now.

Billie Eilish, full name Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell, is one of the biggest global acts of 2019. The release of her debut record When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, co-written with her brother Finneas O'Connell, gained mass praise for its execution of macabre nu-goth pop and distinctive production.

Upon release last March, the record topped the charts in over 20 countries including the UK, US, Sweden, Canada and Australia and was supported with a tour of North America.

Billie played in the UK earlier in 2019 at the Leeds and Reading festivals and rumours of UK arena shows have been circulating amongst fans ever since. Now she will cross the Atlantic once again for a European tour to perform hits like No.1 single 'Bad Guy', 'You Should See Me in a Crown', 'All the Good Girls Go to Hell' and more.

How much are Billie Eilish tickets?

Birmingham tickets are priced between £39–£89, Manchester £46.30–£103.90 and Billie Eilish's London ticket prices are to be confirmed.

Who's selling them?

Tickets for all dates are being sold by Ticketmaster and See Tickets. Tickets for the London shows are being sold by AXS.

Billie Eilish 2020 UK tour dates:
Tue 21 Jul – Manchester Arena, Manchester
Wed 22 Jul – Manchester Arena, Manchester
Fri 24 Jul – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
Sun 26 Jul – The O2, London
Mon 27 Jul – The O2, London
Wed 29 Jul – The O2, London (NEW DATE)
Thu 30 Jul – The O2, London (NEW DATE)

Tickets for the newly announced O2 dates are on sale now. Remaining tickets for Billie Eilish's 2020 UK shows are on sale now.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish is one of the biggest new artists in the world right now. The Nu-goth pop artist, who hails from Los Angeles, released her number one debut album, Where do we Go When we Go to Sleep? in March 2019 and is behind the latest Bond theme.