Billie Eilish Has Officially Canceled Her World Tour

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Unfortunately, pop sensation Billie Eilish has officially called off her upcoming world tour.

Billie Eilish, the singer known for her songs such as “Bad Guy,” “There For I Am,” and “My Future” has had to cancel her world tour.

Earlier this year Eilish chose to cut the March dates for her world tour “Where Do We Go?” due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the artist has just recently announced that she will be canceling the tour in its entirety in hopes of keeping fans safe and cutting down on large crowds.

At first, there was discussion of postponing the tour until 2021, however, Eilish and her team decided it would be best to cancel the show altogether as COVID-19 cases continue to flood in.

If you had tickets to one of the concerts, Eilish is giving all her fans refunds on their tickets. She notified fans, that had bought tickets, to keep an eye on their emails to start the refund process.

Eilish announced the saddening news for her fans to see in a social media post on Thursday, December 3, explaining that she and her team have tried to find a way to make the tour possible, but for the safety of everyone involved it is best to cancel the tour.

Eilish finished her message by reminding fans that she loves them and to “stay safe, drink lots of water, wear a mask.”

Hopefully by taking Eilish’s advice, we will see concerts and tours return in the months to come.