Billie Eilish will be performing at her first livestream concert on Saturday, October 24.

On Wednesday, October 7, Billie Eilish announced the "WHERE DO WE GO?" live-stream concert. The show is on October 24 at 6 p.m. Tickets are on sale now through Live Nation. Tickets start at $30, which gets you access to the show, access to exclusive merch, and the option to watch the show on-demand 24 hours after the live-stream.

Billie Eilish is pretty much the first major artist to put on a large-production livestream concert. According to Variety, the concert will be totally live, like a real concert. It will be streamed from L.A. Eilish has been posting on her social media about it all week saying how interactive the show will be. According to Variety, five hundred pre-selected fans will actually be able to interact with Billie Eilish virtually. This will happen in real-time throughout the duration of the show. There is going to be multiple cameras used and XR technology in a 3D rendered environment.

In addition to the actual performance, there will be a pre-show at 5 p.m. on Saturday, October 24, according to Variety. This will show clips from Billie Eilish's upcoming documentary "Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry". Expect some guest appearances and giveaways during the pre-show too.

Eilish is not slowing down one bit even with the pandemic. Billie Eilish will be releasing new music very soon. As soon as next month, which is November, which is 12 days away. In an Instagram live, Billie was answering fan questions. One fan asked if she would be releasing a new song and Billie responded by saying "november". In earlier interviews, Billie revealed that her brother, Finneas, and she had been working on a lot of music during the pandemic. Make sure to check back on the WRRV app for new music updates from Billie Eilish.

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