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Billie Eilish Announces Debut Auckland Show in September

Billie Eilish Announces Debut New Zealand Visit This September

Current single 'Bellyache' out now

Debut EP dont smile at me out 11 August
15 year-old pop sensation BILLIE EILISH today announces she will land in New Zealand for her first live show on this side of the world this September. The preternaturally talented teenager will play an intimate show at The Tuning Fork on Monday September 11.

Having just announced her first jaunt across the US, Billie Eilish continues the count down to her highly anticipated debut EP release. Billie’s brand new track ‘Bellyache’ is out now via Universal Music New Zealand, Listen HERE.

Billie Eilish’s forthcoming EP dont smile at me is out August 11 and continues to affirm Billie as one of the most exciting artists to emerge in 2017, showcasing her diversity as an artist and extraordinary ability in songwriting. “This song is from the perspective of me towards me”, explains Billie.

Billie Eilish recently shared singles ‘COPYCAT’ and ‘watch’ (added to triple j rotation), as well as the release of her official video for the Thirteen Reasons Why Netflix Original soundtrack song ‘Bored'. The accompanying video clip entered the Global Top 50 most trending videos on YouTube and continues to garner tens of thousands of views. The song itself has received more than 7.5 million streams on Spotify while Eilish has amassed an impressive 91+ million combined streams of her music to date.

Earlier this month, she played her first ever UK show to a completely sold-out crowd, continuing to prove Billie to be the international pop-phenom that she is. Tickets to her debut New Zealand date are sure to go fast, so get in quickly to nab your spot to see Billie Eilish up close and intimate this September.

Monday 11th September, Tuning Fork, Auckland

Tickets on sale Wednesday 26 July, 10AM

Brought to you by Laneway Presents and Coup De Main.


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