Billie Eilish live in Manila on August 13: How to get tickets

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Billie Eilish live in Manila on August 13: How to get tickets
In this file photograph taken on October 10, 2021, singer-songwriter Billie Eilish performs during the Austin City Limits (ACL) Music festival at Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. Billie Eilish will perform at the Glastonbury music festival, on June 24, 2022.
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MANILA, Philippines — "You should see her in a crown!"

Seven-time Grammy winner Billie Eilish finally pushes through with her canceled "Happier Than Ever, The World Tour," which will have its stop in Manila's SM Mall of Asia Arena on August 13, concert promoter Live Nation Philippines announced on Facebook today.

After her September 2020 Manila concert, part of the "Where Do We Go?" world tour, was canceled due to the pandemic, the American singer-songwriter is now back on tour that commenced last February 3 in New Orleans, Louisiana and will conclude on September 30 in Perth, Australia.

Based on her February 8 Pittsburgh stop, the concert's set list included her hits "You Should See Me in a Crown," "Billie Bossa Nova," "Your Power" (with her brother and collaborator Finneas), "Male Fantasy," "Ocean Eyes," "Bad Guy" and the tour heading, "Happier Than Ever," from the second studio album of the same name released by Darkroom and Interscope Records in July last year.

Tickets to her Manila concert are available via http://smtickets.com and SM Tickets outlets, with the following schedule:

  • 6/24 10 a.m. - Fan Club Pre-sale
  • 6/25 10 a.m. - Live Nation PH Pre-sale
  • 6/27 10 a.m. - Public on sale


  • P14,936
  • P12,686
  • P11,686
  • P10,236
  • P9,686
  • P6,936
  • P6,186
  • P3,081

During the pandemic, Eilish reaped up fresh feats, including a Grammy for Record of the Year for the second straight time and an Oscar for "No Time To Die" together with Finneas. The two also gained another Oscar buzz for their hit songs for Disney's animated blockbuster "Turning Red" shown on cinemas last March. Eilish headlined Coachella for the first time this year.

RELATED: How Oscar-winning duo, Fil-Am singer became part of ‘coolest fictional boy band’ from Turning Red

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