Billie Eilish reschedules a metro Phoenix concert. Here's why and what fans should know

Ed Masley
Arizona Republic

Billie Eilish has rescheduled one of two appearances in Glendale on her Happier Than Ever Tour due to an unforeseen scheduling conflict with the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.

Eilish was scheduled to play Gila River Arena on Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3. 

The Sunday show has been moved to Monday, April 4, to accommodate the Grammys being moved to Sunday, April 3, because of COVID-19. 

Eilish has been nominated for seven Grammys after all — including Record, Song and Album of the Year for "Happier Than Ever" and its title track.

Eilish shared the news on social media, saying, "All tickets will remain valid for the new show date and we hope everyone can make it."

In the same Twitter thread, Eilish announced that "due to local guidelines and an abundance of caution, Billie’s Feb 15th and 16th shows in Montreal and Toronto have been postponed."

Limited tickets are available for both performances at ticketmaster.com.

The tour is in support of "Happier Than Ever," the chart-topping follow-up to her triple-platinum full-length breakthrough "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?"

The seven-time Grammy winner is continuing her work with sustainability partner REVERB for her "Happier Than Ever, The World Tour." A fan-facing Billie Eilish Action Village at each show will focus on climate action and climate justice, hosting and supporting BIPOC and women-led environmental organizations as well as a comprehensive program via REVERB’s forthcoming Music Climate Revolution campaign.

In addition to reducing the tour’s environmental footprint, the initiative will support projects that directly and measurably eliminate greenhouse gases. These collective efforts will make the tour climate positive, eliminating significantly more emissions than the tour creates.

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