Billie Eilish Live at The O2: Grammy Award winner to release visual record, when is it & where can I watch it?

Despite being just 21-years-old, Billie Eilish is one of the best musicians in the world, releasing hit records such as ‘Bad Guy’ and ‘Ocean Eyes’.

Cinemas around the country are gearing up to screen Billie Eilish Live at The O2. The show was filmed during a recent performance as part of the two-time Brit Awards winner’s World Tour.

Fans will be able to see the star in all of her glory as she is to release a visual record of her formidable live performance in cinemas worldwide for the first time in her short yet award-laden career

Eilish first gained recognition in 2015 with her song ‘Ocean Eyes’ and has since gone on to release multiple hit records.

That song is one of many to rack up hundreds of thousands of streams. On Spotify, one of her most streamed songs is ‘Lovely’ which is a collaboration with fellow American artist Khalid.

And also, despite being just about legal to drink in the United States, she has won many prestigious awards. She has already won seven Grammy awards. As well as her Grammy Awards, she has won the Academy Award for Best Music for her work on the James Bond song for ‘No Time To Die’.

And this release of her live concert as a movie will be the latest in a long line of achievements. It will be available to watch at Vue, Cineworld and more and will be released on January 27, 2023.

Billie says, “I’ve always wanted to make a music film that truly captures the energy of my live show. These past 16 months have been so special to me, to be able to be back out on the road, performing live and sharing rooms with so many amazing people all over the world.

“This film is a visual live experience and keepsake for us all, celebrating everything that I love about this tour, and most of all, everyone who came out to see me. This is my thank you.”