Billie Eilish Hit Me Hard And Soft London pop up: Singer to host immersive experience for fans amid new album

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Billie Eilish is set to celebrate her new album Hit Me Hard And Soft with London fans in an immersive experience in the capital.

London will host a Billie Eilish themed pop-up this week as the singer celebrates the release of her new album Hit Me Hard And Soft in the city.

In honour of the singer’s third studio album which drops on Friday (May 17) Eilish in partnership with Spotify has created an dedicated experience in London which allows fans to step into her new musical project.

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The hour-long audio-visual experience will be set at Lightroom in London’s Coal Drops Yard (Kings Cross) and will give fans the opportunity to listen to the album from start to finish in a one-of-a-kind immersive installation.

The experience will be available for fans to visit on Thursday (May 16) ahead of the album’s official release as well as the day the project comes out.

Across both days there will be a total of 10 showings of the experience for capital based fans to attend, three on the Thursday, with seven across the Friday.

While the singer’s top fans on Spotify have already been given exclusive early access to tickets, London fans can still book their visit on the event’s venue Lightroom’s website

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There will be a standby line for fans who were unable to get tickets. However, queueing in it will not guarantee admission and will be based on venue capacity.

Full Billie Eilish Hit Me Hard And Soft London pop up info

Where: 12, Lewis Cubitt Square, London N1C 4DY

Nearest Tube station: King's Cross St. Pancras

Hit Me Hard And Soft pop up experience show times:  May 16 - 6pm, 8pm, 10pm. May 17 - 10am,12pm, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm, 8pm, 10pm 

Where to get tickets: Lightroom’s website

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