Billie Eilish was among the star-studded line-up for the annual BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend music bash. The 2019 edition was held on three days spanning from May 24th – 26th with the participation of over 50,000 fans in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, UK.
The 2019 BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend includes artists such as Annie Mac, Mark Ronson, Purple Disco Machine, Miley Cyrus, Charli XCX, Future, Sam Fender, Vampire Weekend, Anne-Marie, James Arthur, Mumford & Sons, Khalid, Mabel, Twenty One Pilots, Little Mix, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, The 1975, Zara Larsson, and we have only mentioned the big names. The concert also opens up for novices in the industry as a welcoming platform.
May 24th Friday, Billie Eilish took the stage to perform her hit single “bury a friend” from her debut studio album ‘WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?‘ released in early 2019.
As entertaining as Billie’s performance was, she did not hold back from bringing out the creepy aura to the concert. There were some disturbing imagery appearing and disappearing in the giant screen at the back of the stage.
Billie Eilish, of course, was dressed in her signature baggy clothes and smiled and ran around while she delivered yet another flawless live act. Her brother and music producer, FINNEAS, was also seen in the background providing music.
On and off, Billie Eilish let the fans sing the lyrics, and it was quite evident that everybody in attendance was well versed with the song.
Last time Billie Eilish performed “bury a friend” was on Jimmy Kimmel Live and she took it to a whole other level. It literally looked as if there was a monster behind the stage.
Stay tuned for more songs by Billie Eilish during BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2019 as and when they get released.