Entertainment How to Watch Billie Eilish’s ‘Where Do We Go?’ Livestream Concert

17:21  24 october  2020
17:21  24 october  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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Billie Eilish is gearing up to deliver what looks set to be one of the most high-spec live streams we ’ve seen so far — it' s being described as “virtual When is Where Do We Go ? The Livestream and how much are tickets? The pre-show will kick off at 10pm (more details on that below) with the main event

Billie Eilish was forced to end her North American tour as the coronavirus began to spread in March. But fear not, Eilish is taking her tour virtual, launching a multi-dimensional, interactive livestream concert tonight.

Using state-of-the-art XR technology, multiple cameras, angles and 3D environments, ticket holders will be able to step inside the 18-year-old star’s world, as she performs a fully live set. Where Do We Go? The Livestream, produced in collaboration with Moment Factory, is inspired by elements from her arena tour, and will feature never-before-seen experiences made exclusively for the stream. 500 pre-selected fans will also interact with Billie virtually and in real time throughout the show.

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Billie Eilish is bringing her live music experience to her fans around the world with her WHERE DO WE GO ? THE LIVESTREAM on October 24. Tickets to the livestream are available now, and will grant fans access to exclusive merch and the concert as video on demand, available for 24 hours after the

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The concert will air live from Los Angeles on Oct. 24 at 3 p.m. PT, hosted here on the singer’s website and powered by the Maestro interactive streaming platform. Following the show, ticket holders will have access for 24 hours to replay the show on-demand. Purchase tickets here.

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