Billie Eilish announces her huge "Happier Than Ever, The World Tour" and comes to Belfast & Dublin in June 2022!
Find out everything you need to know about the new Billie Eilish tour, tickets and presale here!
Happier Than Ever, The World Tour
New music, new look, new tour dates: Billie Eilish is back and ushers in a new artistic era. After the US artist developed into a global superstar in record time with her debut “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” in 2019, new music is now at the starting blocks: On July 30, 2021, Billie Eilish’s second album “Happier Than Ever“ will be released – in keeping with this, the 19-year-old artist has now announced a big world tour.
With her new “Happier Than Ever, The World Tour“, Billie Eilish is coming to Ireland for three concerts live in June 2022. Both Belfast and Dublin can look forward to arena shows next summer. Ticket go on sale on Friday, May 27, 2021 at 10 a.m. Album pre-orders can gain early access to tickets through the album presale on Wednesday 26 May at 9 a.m. See recently announced Billie Eilish Irish dates for 2022 below:
In total, the European part of the new Billie Eilish Tour 2022 includes 18 new live dates in Ireland, Great Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands. You can find all of Billie Eilish’s 2022 European dates here.
All fans who pre-order (or have already pre-ordered) the new album “Happier Than Ever” here in the official online shop of Billie Eilish will have the opportunity to register for early tickets for all UK & European dates of the new tour. This is how the Billie Eilish album presale works:
- To be eligible for the album pre-order Presale you must pre-order “Happier Than Ever” here in this shop no later than Tuesday 25 May at 5 p.m.
- The link to tickets, the personal code for activation and all details about the procedure will be sent to all album buyers by email on May 25 no later than 8 p.m.
- Presale tickets for album pre-orderers will be available from Wednesday, May 26 from 9 a.m. – Important: Tickets for the album presale are limited. We recommend that you secure tickets at the beginning of the presale.
Ticket FAQ’s: Answers to the most important questions about the new Billie Eilish Tour
When does the pre-sale for Billie Eilish new Tour start?
Tickets go on general sale for all European and UK dates on Friday, May 28, 2021 at 10am. Before that, the album presale begins on Wednesday 26 May at 9am.
How many tickets can be bought per account?
A maximum of 4 tickets can be purchased per Ticketmaster account for the presale. A maximum of 6 tickets can be purchased per Ticketmaster account for the general sale.
What do you mean by “mobile only” tickets?
All tickets for the three Irish dates are only available digitally. “Mobile only” means that each ticket is stored digitally in the Ticketmaster app with an individual QR code in the personal customer account. This code will then be checked upon entry.
Billie Eilish on world tour with new songs in 2022
Finally back to live concerts from Billie Eilish! With the new album “Happier Than Ever” and all the big hits, the 19-year-old world star will be on tour again next Summer. There is already great excitement about what to expect on the upcoming Billie Eilish tour in 2022. With the second album, which will be released on July 30, 2021, an artistic era begins that Billie not only ushered in externally, but also musically.
The change can already be seen and heard in the song “Your Power”, which was released at the end of April 2021: Melancholy guitar sounds and gloomy, billowing bass go perfectly with the vulnerable vocals and the emotional lyrics of Billie EIlish. In the video, which she directed herself, she sits with her new blonde hair in the California desert and has an anaconda snake around her body.
The second album includes a total of 16 new songs . In addition to “Your Power”, the tracks “My Future” and “Therefore I Am” have already been released. The new hits will celebrate their live premiere in 2022 on the “Happer Than Ever – The World Tour”. After the last tour around the world in 2020 fell through due to the corona pandemic, there is a lot to catch up on in summer 2022.