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Billie Eilish and Rage Against the Machine Among Headliners at Firefly Music Festival.

Billie Eilish and Rage Against the Machine Among Headliners at Firefly Music Festival.

The Firefly Music Festival lineup is out, with a roster of headliners that includes Billie Eilish, Rage Against the Machine, Halsey, Khalid, Blink-182 and Maggie Rogers. The music and camping festival is going back to four days, after trimming a day last year, and will run from June 18 – 21 at the Woodlands in Dover, Delaware.

Nearly 80 artists will play across six stages at the sprawling, 600-acre site, with additional sets from Cage the Elephant, Illenium, Diplo, Run the Jewels, Chvrches, David Lee Roth, Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Kali Uchis. Small-print highlights include Neon Trees, Noah Cyrus, Big Boi, Mallrat, The Glorious Sons and JJ Wilde, among others.

The AEG-owned festival invested $1 million into camping and infrastructure ahead of last year’s event, which featured sets by Panic! At the Disco, Travis Scott and Post Malone.

Eager attendees can visit the festival’s website to learn more about early access to tickets, which go on sale to the general public on Monday Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. ET. A presale begins Friday, Jan. 31. Four-day general admission tickets start at $299.

Firefly 2020 Lineup (in alphabetical order)

  • Absofacto
  • Anna Lunoe
  • Avi Kaplan
  • Badflower
  • Big Boi
  • Big Wild
  • Billie Eilish
  • Blackbear
  • Blink-182
  • Boys Noize
  • Bryce Vine
  • Cage the Elephant
  • Cash Cash
  • Cat Dealers
  • Choir! Choir! Choir!
  • Clozee
  • Cold War Kids
  • Conan Gray
  • Cray
  • Cub Sport
  • David Lee Roth
  • Dayglow
  • Devon Gilfillian
  • Diplo
  • Dominic Fike
  • Don Toliver
  • Eliza & The Delusionals
  • Gashi
  • Grandson
  • Grouplove
  • Haiku Hands
  • Halsey
  • Hugel
  • Illenium
  • Illiterate Light
  • JJ Wilde
  • K.Flay
  • Kali Uchis
  • Khalid
  • Leif Vollebekk
  • Leikeli47
  • Lil Dicky
  • Lil Tecca
  • Loud Luxury
  • Lucii
  • Maggie Rogers
  • Mallrat
  • Matt Maeson
  • Meute
  • Michigander
  • Missio
  • Neon Trees
  • Noah Cyrus
  • Noga Erez
  • Omar Apollo
  • Petit Biscuit
  • Rage Against the Machine
  • Rainbow Kitten Surprise
  • RL Grime
  • Run the Jewels
  • Space Jesus
  • Sub Urban
  • Sudan Archives
  • The Band Camino
  • The Districts
  • The Glorious Sons
  • The Regrettes
  • The Struts
  • The Unlikely Candidates
  • Tove Lo
  • Trevor Daniel
  • Turnover
  • Whipped Cream
  • White Reaper
  • 99 Neighbors



Billie Eilish – everything i wanted

Billie Eilish – everything i wanted




we love you billie! We wish you to be happy, with your friends, and family!

happy birthday number 18


Billie Eilish – Album Of The Year: 2019 was hers / interview – NME

Billie Eilish – Album Of The Year: 2019 was hers / interview – NME

NME.COM: Billie Eilish’s debut is NME’s Album Of The Year 2019. Duh. The LA teenager started the year as a cult hero and finished it as the most-talked about musician in recent times, brandishing a brand-new sound and all the makings of a true once-in-a-generation star. Thomas Smith speaks to the 17-year-old about her triumphant year, coping with fame and how she’s going to follow this one up.

Two years ago this month, NME met Billie Eilish for the first time, backstage at Brooklyn’s 280-capacity venue Baby’s All Right. Calm, collected and staggeringly cool, the then-15 year-old put the heebie-jeebies into us – barely a teenager, she already had wisdom beyond her age, and it felt abundantly clear we were meeting with a future superstar. As her ‘Don’t Smile At Me’ EP was gaining steam, we asked if she was ready for the fame coming her way. “The attention doesn’t scare me,” she said. “Nothing really scares me, to be honest.”

If her 2019 is anything to go by, every other artist should have the fear running through them. She’s entering the next decade comfortably perched on pop music’s highest throne, just like she promised on ‘You Should See Me In A Crown’. Good luck wrestling it from her.



Billie will be honored with the “Woman of the Year” award at @billboard’s Women In Music event

Billie will be honored with the “Woman of the Year” award at @billboard’s Women In Music event


The Billie Eilish And Rosalía Collab Is Still Coming, According to Rosalía

The Billie Eilish And Rosalía Collab Is Still Coming, According to Rosalía

The musical collaboration between Billie Eilish and Rosalía is still in the works, it just isn’t quite finished yet, according to Rosalía herself. During an interview with Billboard at the magazine’s Women In Music event on Thursday evening, the singer gave an update about the highly anticipated project.

“We’ve been in the studio, we’re friends,” Rosalía said. “Billie, please, let’s finish that song! I love Billie, she knows it. I wish that we had more time to be in the studio… We started something, we gotta finish it.” Though it doesn’t sound like there’s any firm plan to wrap it up ASAP, at least they’re keeping the project’s energy alive. Previously, Rosalía said of the song, “Billie and I had a session together, totally independent from her other projects. We wrote with her at the piano. We created a great idea for a song and had a great time.”

Both artists have been very busy, to say the least, so it’s understandable that they haven’t had a moment to reconnect. Back in March, Eilish began the buzz around the collab when she told Billboard, “We only had one session and it was, like, right before I left for tour. And then she’s been on tour; I’ve been on tour….We’ve been busy.” She added, “I actually love the song. It’s half in Spanish — for both of us — half in English. Yeah, it’s so beautiful. I hope something happens with it. I’m sure it will. We’re both in love with it. So, I think there’s a future for it.”


Billie Eilish’s Fan Moment With Alicia Keys Came Full Circle With Throwback “Fallin” Cover

Billie Eilish’s Fan Moment With Alicia Keys Came Full Circle With Throwback “Fallin” Cover

Billie Eilish and Alicia Keys are taking their mutual love to a whole other level.

On December 9, when Alicia was filling in for James Corden on The Late Late Show, the two singers performed a stripped-down rendition of Billie’s breakthrough hit “ocean eyes.”

“We need some dramatic lighting,” Alicia said before unveiling her piano and kicking off the song. The duet version featured Alicia on the piano (sorry, Finneas!) and mixed both singers’ honeyed vocals to perfection, making it the collab we never knew we needed.

Back in August, Alicia posted a piano cover of the song to her IGTV. “Billie Eilish giving me all the feels … Keep shining mama, writing that truth,” she wrote back then. “I’m a super, super fan of yours — I love how you write, I love your music,” Alicia told Billie on the show.

And it turns out, the love was very much reciprocal. “I have adored you my whole life,” Billie told Alicia before sharing a throwback clip of her 12-year-old self covering Alicia’s 2001 hit “Fallin’” — also at her piano. To further commemorate the occasion, Billie also posted a few of the snippets from their respective covers on her Instagram, writing, “CRAAAAZY full circle moment… love you so much @aliciakeys thank you for everything you are, can’t believe any of this happened. you in my heart forevaaaaa.”

“You got one for me and I got one for you. We’re going to do the next one soon,” Alicia told Billie after watching the adorable clip. And you can bet we’ll take her up on that one.


Billie Eilish Honored at PETA’s Libby Awards

Billie Eilish Honored at PETA’s Libby Awards

Outspoken vegan Billie Eilish will be honored for her activism at PETA’s 14th annual Libby Awards.

The 17-year-old songstress was honored with the Best Voice for Animals award, as she often shares with her millions of Instagram followers how animals suffer when they’re used and killed for fashion.

Other winners of the night included Stanger Things star Millie Bobby Brown and Fuller House actor Juan Pablo Di Pace. “Billie Eilish, Millie Bobby Brown, and Juan Pablo Di Pace are showing the world how easy it is to help animals by making kind choices in what we eat, what we wear, and how we entertain ourselves,” PETA Senior Director of Youth Programs Marta Holmberg said in a statement. “PETA is recognizing them for using their star power to make the world a better place for all species.”

PETA’s Libby Awards (“Libby” is short for “liberation”), recognizes the powerful young animal rights advocates.


Billie Eilish says her connection to her body is ‘the most toxic relationship you could even imagine’

Billie Eilish says her connection to her body is ‘the most toxic relationship you could even imagine’

In a new CBS Sunday Morning interview, six-time Grammy nominee Billie Eilish talked about her body image and how it has affected her sense of style.

“Me and my body’s relationship has been the most toxic relationship you could even imagine,” Eilish said to Gayle King. “The way that I’ve dressed has made that relationship so much better.”

The singer went on to explain why she prefers wearing looser-fitting clothes.

“It’s less about, ‘My body is ugly, I don’t want you to see it,’” Eilish said. “It’s more like, ‘I’m not comfortable wearing this. I’m comfortable wearing this.’ And I don’t mean, like, physically, literally, feels soft. I mean, like, your mental comfort.”

Eilish also talked to CBS about the perception that her music is “dark” or “sad,” adding that those descriptors aren’t the way her loved ones see her.

“Nobody that knows me thinks I’m a dark person. My God. I’m, like, always laughing at everything,” Eilish told King, who asked if the singer considers herself a “dark person.”

The “Bad Guy” singer has been open about depression in the past, talking about her experience with self-harm during a panel at the Grammy Museum in September. Eilish is in a better place now, though, saying at the time that “the last two months of my life, right now, have been the happiest places I’ve ever been in,” Variety reported.

In CBS’s new report, Eilish’s mom, Maggie, also talked about her 17-year-old daughter’s clinical depression.

“The depression was the hardest part of all this. We checked in with her all the time about, ‘Do you still want to do this? Do you want to do this?'” her mom said to CBS. “She loved doing the shows. That’s what kept her going.”

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