Billie Eilish Shares New Details About 'Crazy XR' Livestream Concert

Billie Eilish's Where Do We Go? The Livestream concert is just a few days away, and on Tuesday (October 20) the singer shared some more details about the interactive event.

"from rehearsal 🤍 in the show i’ll be bringing you inside my head in crazy xr environments," the 18-year-old wrote on Instagram alongside a couple rehearsal photos. "aaaaaand there’s gonna be a pre-show before with trivia and a never before seen scene from the doc 🤗"

According to a press release, the use of "multiple cameras, angles and 3D environments" will allow fans the opportunity "to step inside Billie’s world." And 500 pre-selected concert goers will get the chance to interact virtually, in real time, with the "Bad Guy" singer.

See Billie's post below.

Billie — along with her brother FINNEAS and longtime drummer Andrew Marshall — will be performing fully live on a 60ft x 24ft stage surrounded by 100ft x 24ft 360 LED screens, providing 3D, real-time-content integration. Tickets cost $30 and are available here. The stream will be accessible to ticket holders 24 hours after the initial performance.

Additionally, ticket holders will have access to exclusive event merch. Proceeds from select items will be donated to Live Nation's Crew Nation relief fund, which benefits live music industry professionals who've been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Where Do We Go? The Livestream is set to take place at 6pm ET/3pm PT October 24, with the pre-show happening an hour earlier.

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