Billie Eilish Pauses Concert To Take Care Of A Fan: Sparks Memories Of Travis Scott Concert

Billie Eilish
Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish stopped her Atlanta concert for a brief moment after a fan fell ill and needed an inhaler. Several minutes passed before she resumed her concert, as indicated by videos on various social media platforms. 

Billie Eilish was on stage at her ‘Happier Than Ever’ concert at State Farm Arena in Atlanta when she saw a struggling fan. 

She asked the fan if he needed an inhaler and then turned to her crew to arrange one for the fan. Moments later she reassured fans that the fan was okay and requested others not to crowd. 

Eilish said that she would wait for the fan to be alright before she would resume her concert. It caused the crowd to cheer her and calls of ‘we love you, Eilish’ can be heard. 

Billie Eilish Has Stopped Concerts Before To Take Care Of Fans

While Bille Eilish did not exactly call out Travis Scott, the horrifying tragedy must have played on her mind. 

Billie Eilish has recently kicked off her tour with New Orleans on Thursday. Atlanta was the second halt for her. 

Back in 2018 Billie Eilish had stopped a performance of her Ocean Eyes song after a fan nearly fainted. The singer arranged for a bottle of water for the affected member of the audience. 

The tragedy at Astroworld during the Travis Scott concert occurred in November 2021 when crowds surged towards the stage in Houston. 10 people were crushed in the stampede that occurred, including a boy aged 9. 

Due to crowd surge incidents, many artists have paused to check on the well-being of fans. Just last month, SZA halted a concert to check on a fan who fainted at the concert in Salt Lake City. Eilish asked her crew to help the fan and also referred to the incident at AstroWorld. She said that people should not think that fans get injured all the time at concerts.

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