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Billie Eilish to hold ‘OVERHEATED’ climate action party in London

Just 500 tickets for the event, which Eilish is due to speak at, will go on sale tomorrow

By Hollie Geraghty

Billie Eilish performing live at London’s O2 Arena on June 10, 2022
Billie Eilish at London’s O2 Arena on June 10, 2022 (Picture: Samir Hussein/Getty Images for Live Nation UK)

Billie Eilish has announced the return of her climate action event ‘OVERHEATED’, which is due to take place in London at the end of this month.

The singer and outspoken climate change activist will be holding her second event – after the first took place at the O2 in London across six days in June 2022 to coincide with her ‘Happier Than Ever’ world tour – at Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace on August 30.

The event will consist of panel discussions, community building and resources, roller skating and plant-based food from Neat Burger.

Poster for Billie Eilish 'OVERHEATED' 2023
Billie Eilish ‘OVERHEATED’ (Picture: Press)

Billie Eilish is set to attend the event along with guests including with Earthrise CEO Alice Eady, fashion entrepreneur Samata Pattinson, and climate activists Dominique Palmer and Tori Tsui with more set to me announced.

The singer’s mum, Maggie Baird, is also due to attend after co-organising the event with her company Support + Feed.

500 tickets for OVERHEATED are due to go on sale tomorrow (August 16), 10am BST from here. The whole thing is also set to be live-streamed on Eilish’s YouTube channel.

Last month, Eilish shared her self-directed video for ‘Barbie’ song ‘what was I made for?’ “It means so much to me and i hope it will mean just as much to you,” the singer shared of her contribution to all-star soundtrack, which also featured tracks Charli XCX, Dua Lipa, HAIM, Sam Smith, FIFTY FIFTY, Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice and more.

This month, Eilish will also take to the stage at Reading & Leads 2023 this month alongside Sam FenderThe Killers, The 1975, Foals and Imagine Dragons.

Reviewing her headline show at Glastonbury last year, Rolling Stone UK said the festival’s “youngest headline act shines on dark day”, a reference to her performing the day Roe v Wade was overturned in the US. “If there’s something that you just can’t get out of your head, scream it out now, Eilish tells the Glastonbury crowd. There’s plenty to scream about today as fundamental women’s rights are taken away – and 20-year-old Eilish, the ruling pop star of her generation, is the perfect person to act as a conduit for that emotion.”