Billie Eilish Brings Her Tour to Portland’s Moda Center This Winter

Billie Eilish
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Billie Eilish, a 22-year-old singer, has earned nine Grammy Awards and two Oscars. Her song "What Was I Made For?" from the 2023 blockbuster Barbie received even greater acclaim than Ryan Gosling's standout track, "I'm Just Ken."

Eilish is gearing up to release her highly anticipated new album, Hit Me Hard and Soft, on May 17. To celebrate the album's launch, she'll be embarking on a tour starting this September, which will include a stop at Portland's Moda Center on December 8.

Eilish shared the tour dates on Monday, building excitement ahead of her album's release. The North American leg of the tour kicks off in September, and Portland fans can catch her live at the Moda Center on December 8.

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Billie Eilish has been creating music alongside her brother Finneas O'Connell since the age of 13.

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In July 2019, she released "Bad Guy," which soared to the top of the U.S. charts in August, marking her as the first artist born in the 2000s to achieve a No. 1 single.

Sustainability and Environmental Initiatives In addition to showcasing her new music with her brother and long-time collaborator Finneas O'Connell, Eilish's Hit Me Hard and Soft tour highlights her commitment to sustainability. She's partnering with REVERB, a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the environmental impact of the music industry.

Eilish previously supported the Music Decarbonization Project, a REVERB initiative she helped launch and fund through her headlining Lollapalooza performance, which featured a 100% solar-powered stage. The project aims to directly eliminate the carbon emissions generated by the music industry.

For her upcoming tour, Eilish's sustainability efforts include:

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by encouraging fans to use public transportation or carpool, with transportation options sent via email before each show.
  • Minimizing single-use plastic waste and advocating for venue partners to do the same.
  • Offering plant-based food options at all shows.
  • Setting up "eco-villages" in the main concourse at every venue, providing fans with information on sustainability initiatives and opportunities to connect with environmental nonprofits.

Supporting the Cause A portion of the proceeds from North American ticket sales will be donated to REVERB, further contributing to their work in promoting climate action.

Fans are encouraged to support Eilish's efforts to make the music industry greener while enjoying the powerful performances she'll bring to the Hit Me Hard and Soft tour this fall.