Billie Eilish went on social media on Friday to inform her fans that the plans for a Where Do We Go? world tour are officially off.
The tour kicked off back in March, but Eilish only managed to play three shows before having to postpone the remainder of the dates due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The shows were supposed to be rescheduled for later dates, but it is still unclear when large-scale live shows could become possible again.
Eilish wrote that she “tried as many different scenarios for the tour as possible,” but none was feasible. In the end, the “Bad Guy” singer opted to scrap the tour altogether and “get the money back into your hands as soon as we can.”
Where Do We Go? was supposed to be Billie Eilish’s fifth concert tour in support of her debut release When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. The tour started in Miami on March 9th and would see Eilish play more than 50 shows across the U.S., Canada, South America, Europe, and Asia.
However, after the third show in Raleigh on March 12th, Eilish opted to stop with concerts due to the COVID-19 pandemic and postpone all North American dates. In May, she postponed the Europe and Asia dates, scheduled for summer and fall of 2020.
In the meantime, Eilish started working on her second studio album. In a recent interview with Variety, she revealed that she already has 16 new songs for the project.