While many fans anticipated Billie Eilish to come up with something to make her upcoming tour happen, the 18-year-old singer and songwriter confirmed that the tour is officially canceled. Moreover, the When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go ticket's amount have been refunded back to the fans.

The tour was planned to be six months long and start in March. Although due to the ongoing pandemic, the event got postponed after performing three shows. However, the singer took social media to officially announce that the tour won't be possible anytime soon.

“We’ve tried as many scenarios as possible for the tour, but none are possible and, although I know so many of you want to hold onto your tickets and VIP passes,” she acknowledged. However, she further noted that the best thing she could do is return the ticket money to all the fans as soon as possible.

Moreover, she asked her fans to keep checking their emails for more information. However, she noted that she would inform her fans to book the tickets again whenever she is ready with the touring dates. The Live at Third Man Records star further said that she loves all her fans a lot and urged everyone to consume a lot of water, stay safe, and of course, put on a mask.

Earlier also, the singer issued a statement in which she mentioned being unhappy to announce that her tour dates are being pushed further. Eilish referred to the shows scheduled in Michigan, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and many other locations.

Meanwhile, the singer went on the stage last month for her latest music track, Therefore I Am. The singer performed at American Music Awards while also nominated as a Favorite Artist in the Alternative Rock genre and a Favorite Social Artist.

Eilish recently opened up in an interview about her work during the lockdown and disclosed that she is working on something new with her brother Finneas O’Connell. She explained her new music and said she would have never created something like this before if she wasn't quarantined due to the pandemic.

The singer further expressed her happiness and said that she feels extremely confident now about her writing. Moreover, she admitted to knowing herself more than before, while she also said that she started to enjoy songwriting more than ever.