The rains cancel the tour: Billie Eilish gives fans a mini acoustic concert

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The pouring rain did not allow Billie Eilish to perform with a full concert but the star of Bad Guy he thought of doing something to thank his parents Mexico City fans ready to listen to it. The twenty-one year old braved the weather and decided to take the stage anyway for sing some songs, accompanied by the guitar of his brother Finneas. The mini acoustic live it’s a real one unexpected gift.

Acoustic sets with Finneas

Billie Eilish cares about her fans and, when she realized that there would be no chance of facing a full concert due to the pouring rain, she took the stage to break the news of the cancellation of the March 29th date and the postponement of the same a Thursday 30 March.
Not happy, the singer decided to improvise a lineup to perform guitar and voice to repay the fans for their presence and their patience. On stage at Mexico City’s Foro Sol, the young singer-songwriter performed a handful of songs, including some of her biggest hits including Ocean Eyes And When The Party’s Overin order not to let the disappointed audience go home.
Before singing, Eilish apologized for the impossibility of carrying on an entire concert explaining to the audience that due to the rain there would be too many technical problems and bad weather could be dangerous for herself. The short show was still held safely and was taken up by some fans who shared it with users on the net.

The world tour in Europe in the summer

Billie Eilish is busy with hers this season world tour departed last February from New Orleans with a date at the Smoothie King Center. For the award-winning singer, this is the fifth tour of her career, in support of the 2021 album Happier Than Ever.

The 21-year-old will perform in Europe next summer with concerts in Belgium and the United Kingdom in August. These days the singer also has debuted as an actress playing a role in Swarm, the thriller TV series distributed by Prime Video (also visible on Sky Glass, Sky Q and via the app on the Now Smart Stick).