She is one of the biggest star in the music world, and she just announced a new tour to support her upcoming album.

While many artists are busy skipping Minnesota on their tours, one artist is going big and announcing two nights at the Xcel Energy Center for later this year.

The new tour is being produced by Live Nation and will kick off in September in Canada and eventually the 'Hit Me Hard and Soft' tour with Billie Eilish will hit St. Paul for two nights in November.

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The tour named after her new album, which drops on May 17th, will be at the Xcel Energy Center on November 10th and 11th, tickets for both shows go on sale starting at Noon on Friday, May 3rd. Presale opportunities start tomorrow (April 30th) at noon through Ticketmaster. There is a four ticket limit for this show, plus ticket transfer is not allowed, and they won't arrive until two weeks prior to the concert, this is done in an effort to stopscalpers.

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Eilish will continue to work with the non-profit Reverb on this tour, they use music artists to promote environmental, and climate change causes. During her 'Happier Than Ever' tour Eilish and Reverb claim to have eliminated 0ver 117,000 single-use plastic bottles, saved nearly 9 million gallons of water by serving planet-based meals for artists and crew on the tour, and raised over $990,000 to support climate projects.

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That tour was the last time that Eilish was in Minnesota, she last performed at the Xcel Energy Center on March 15th, 2022 to a sold out crowd, and I expect she will do that again this time around, but for two nights.

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