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‘Where Do We Go’ tour canceled by Billie Ellish due to the COVID situation.

Billie Eilish asks her fans to keep an eye out for any developments; she will be back with a tour when it is safe for everyone.

Key points:

1. Billie Ellish’s six-month tour gets canceled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

2. Billie Ellish tweets that fans should accept the refund and hope that the pandemic ends quickly.

3. Billie Ellish has been live-streaming shows since March.

Grammy-winner cancels tour which was postponed due to the COVID pandemic:

Grammy-winning musician Billie Eilish on Friday (local time) introduced that she is canceling her “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” excursion. The tour was initially postponed and has been so for the past 9 months due to the COVID pandemic. 

Billie Elish’s tour was expected to last at least six months, reveal Variety:

According to Variety, the excursion, which became imagined to closing for at least six months, became released in March however became postponed best after 3 indicates because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now the “Bad Guy” singer has canceled the excursion to allow her fans to get hold of refunds for his or her tickets, says Variety.

Fans must accept the refunds, says Billie Eilish:

She tweeted that they`ve attempted as many eventualities as viable for the excursion; however none have been viable and, even though she knew many fanatics desired to keep onto their tickets and VIP passes, the fine factor they may do for every person is to get the cash lower back into their arms as quickly as viable. 

Postponed for 9 months, Billie Eilish's 'Where Do We Go' tour cancelled,  Entertainment News |

Billie Eilish urges fans to keep an eye out for further announcements, and promises to do the tour once it is safe:

The 18-year-old musician requested all her fanatics to keep “an eye” on their emails for greater facts and stated that she can be able to allow every person to realize approximately the subsequent excursion when “it`s safe”. The ‘No Time To Die‘ singer, however, has been live-streaming her performances since March, she advised fanatics to drink plenty of water and put on masks.

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