Pop star Billie Eilish announces Hong Kong concert date as part of world tour

  • The 'Bad Guy' singer will perform in the city on August 30
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The 18-year-old singer is the first person born in the 2000s to have a No. 1 album and single.

Pop prodigy Billie Eilish will bring her much-anticipated Where Do We Go? World Tour to Asia-World Expo in Hong Kong on August 30. This will mark the singer’s first-ever live show in the city.

Eighteen-year-old Eilish is officially the first artist born in the 2000s to achieve both a No. 1 album and single, and the youngest-ever to be nominated in all four major categories at the Grammys, which is to take place next Monday.

She will embark on a sold-out North American tour in March and will tour South America, the UK, as well as major music festivals in Europe, such as Lollapalooza Paris, before heading to Asia.

Tickets range from HK$698 - HK$998 and will go on sale to the public beginning February 5 at 10am through www.cityline.com and their hotline 2111 5333.