Billie Eilish Drops Groovin’ The Moo Sideshows & They’re All-Ages, Babey

Back for her third tour of Australia at the ripe of age of seventeen, Billie Eilish is absolutely not messing around with her massive Groovin’ The Moo sideshows.

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Playing a bunch of arenas and solid-sized venues across Australia and New Zealand, all of Billie’s shows on the down under leg of the When The Party’s Over world tour are all-ages (or allow under 18’s to attend with a guardian/parent) and hell yeah we’re extremely about not excluding underage music fans from seeing their faves. More of this always, please.

As well as playing in the clear skies of Groovin’ The Moo in regional hot-spots across Aus (oh, and Canberra), Billie will also be hitting Sydney‘s Hordern PavilionMargaret Court Arena in MelbourneEatons Hill Hotel in Brisbane, and Fremantle Arts Centre in Freo.

Sorry, Adelaide, you’re just going to have to trek it out to the showgrounds in Wayville to catch Billie belting out ‘bellyache‘ this time.

Billie has also recently dropped more music from her upcoming debut album WHEN WE FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO, which is dropping on March 29. Her latest single, ‘bury a friend‘ sees the experimental pop artist exploring a darker, more industrial-influenced side of her creativity, blending a thumping bassline with her ethereal, gentle vocals. Plus the video clip leans on the classic paranormal horror tropes and it all works so well together. I’m so here for this darker side of Billie’s creative brain.

If you wanna get along to Billie Eilish’s biggest Aussie tour to date, tickets go on sale from 10am Monday February 11th, local time. The full run of dates are below, so gather your crew and find you chunkiest platform sneakers, you’ll gunna need ’em for all the dancing.

Wednesday 24 April
Spark Arena, Auckland (All Ages)

Tuesday 30 April
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (All Ages)

Friday 3 May
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne (All Ages)

Tuesday 7 May
Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane (All Ages)

Friday 10 May
Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
(18+, minors allowed with legal guardian)