After a long time of no live concerts in the past year or so, 2021 seems to bring back some normalcy; one of the world’s youngest and biggest stars has revealed the dates of her album tour for next year— remember how concerts used to be? Billie Eilish, a 19-year-old Grammy Award-winning performer, and composer are one of the most well-known music industry figures.

Her brother Finneas created a song called Ocean Eyes, which Eilish sang and uploaded on SoundCloud in 2016 and catapulted her to popularity. She was 14 at the time, but the song went viral within a day, and she quickly signed to Interscope Records’ Darkroom division.

“When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” was her debut album. When it was published in March 2019, it rocketed to the top of the U.K. and U.S. charts, becoming the youngest female artist in U.K. chart history to do so at the age of 17.

She made history in 2020 at the 62nd Grammy Awards last year by becoming the youngest artist to collect nominations and wins in all major categories, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best New Artist, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album in her career.

The singer and songwriter have revealed her newest global tour dates after having to cancel her “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” tour in 2020. Her “Happier Than Ever” tour will begin in February in New Orleans and conclude in June in Europe.

After registering, tickets will be available for purchase via Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan platform from 12 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Wednesday, May 26; remaining tickets will be available at 12 p.m. on Friday, May 28.

Below is the full lineup of tour dates and venues that Billie Eilish will be performing at in 2022:

U.S. and Canada:

February 3 – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans

February 5 – State Farm Arena – Atlanta

February 6 – Spectrum Center – Charlotte

February 8 – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh

February 9 – Capital One Arena – Washington, D.C.

February 10 – Bryce Jordan Center – University Park, Pa.

February 12 – KeyBank Center – Buffalo, N.Y.

February 13 – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia

February 15 – Centre Bell – Montreal

Feb. 16 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto

February 18 – Madison Square Garden – New York

February 19 – Madison Square Garden – New York

February 20 – T.D. Garden – Boston

February 22 – Prudential Center – Newark, N.J.

March 8 – Legacy Arena – Birmingham, Ala.

March 9 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville

March 11 – Yum! Center – Louisville, Ky.

March 12 – Little Caesars Arena – Detroit

March 14 – United Center – Chicago

March 15 – Xcel Center – St. Paul, Minn.

March 16 – CHI Health Center – Omaha, Neb.

March 19 – Ball Arena (formerly Pepsi Center) – Denver

March 21 – Vivint Arena – Salt Lake City

March 24 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver

March 25 – Climate Pledge Arena – Seattle

March 26 – Climate Pledge Arena – Seattle

March 29 – Chase Center – San Francisco

March 30 – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento

April 1 – T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas

April 2 – Gila River Arena – Glendale, Ariz.

April 6 – The Forum – Los Angeles

April 8 – The Forum – Los Angeles

April 9 – The Forum – Los Angeles

Europe:

June 3 – SSE Arena – Belfast

June 4 – 3Arena – Dublin

June 5 – 3Arena – Dublin

June 7 – A.O. Arena – Manchester, England

June 8 – A.O. Arena – Manchester, England

June 10 – The O2 – London

June 11 – The O2 – London

June 12 – The O2 – London

June 14 – The SSE Hydro – Glasgow

June 15 – Utilita Arena – Birmingham, England

June 16 – The O2 – London

June 18 – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam

June 19 – Festhalle – Frankfurt

June 21 – Lanxess Arena – Cologne

June 22 – Accor Arena – Paris

June 28 – Sportpaleis – Antwerp, Belgium

June 30 – Mercedes-Benz Arena – Berlin

July 2 – Hallenstadion – Zurich

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