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Billie Eilish teams up with Global Citizen to fight climate change with free tickets


Billie Eilish has decided to work with Global Citizen to tackle the growing effects of climate change by offering her fans free tickets for the work they do through the organisation’s Rewards platform.

The ‘Bad Guy’ singer had recently spoken of her desire for her latest tour – the upcoming ‘Where Do We Go’ world tour – to be as eco-friendly as possible to align with the singer’s values.

Now, the singer, who has recently cut a new live album at the illustrious Third Man Records, is going one step further and offering her fans a way to earn tickets by taking action to fight climate change through Global Citizen.

Officially announcing the collaboration on her official Twitter page, Eilish said: “I teamed up with a great organisation called Global Citizen to help come up with a way to earn tickets to the ‘Where Do We Go’ tour.”

The singer then directed people to her very own Global Citizen page which offers more information on a range of different ways to take action. She ends the video simply, “We can tackle these challenges and create a more sustainable world,” watch the clip below.

Another person in the news this week for encouraging his fans to take part in charitable acts in the chance of tickets was Liam Gallagher. The former Oasis frontman was asking his fans to ‘Part With Your Parka’ to help fight homelessness with Shelter.

The Why Me? Why Not? singer has jumped on to his social media to ask his many fans to part with their coat or parka to donate to charitable organisation Shelter as part of their latest drive to provide homeless people with a new warm winter coat.

The donation campaign will also offer fans the chance to not only donate their coat but to be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to Gallagher’s UK tour which starts this month. It’s a welcomed departure from LG’s usual Noel bashing to encourage people to think about homelessness in the UK.

“Calling all Parka Monkeys,” he said on social media. “No one plans on being homeless. Yet 5,000 people in the UK sleep on the streets on any given night. We’re asking you to help this winter by donating a coat or parka. In return for your donation, you’ll have the chance to win a pair of tickets, plus a meet and greet with Liam (one winner for each show on the UK Nov tour).”