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Billie Eilish & Denzel Curry Show Out in DC for the ‘When We All Fall Asleep’ Tour [Photos]

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On Thursday, June 20th, pop superstar Billie Eilish took her When We All Fall Asleep tour to The Anthem in Washington DC. The singer had a set centered around her breakthrough album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? That album is led by the smash single “bad guy,” which she opened up the concert with.

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During her set, Eilish also performed other album standouts like bury a friend,” “when the party’s over,” “wish you were gay,” and more.

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Opening up for the singer is Miami rapper Denzel Curry. who put out his latest album, Zuu, late last month. Okayplayer was in the house for the performance. Scroll down to see some images from the night.

Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com

Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com

Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Photo Credit: Vickey Ford for Okayplayer.com
Dimas Sanfiorenzo

Dimas Sanfiorenzo is the Managing Editor for Okayplayer. He specializes in coverage centered around music, pop culture, and politics. Email: Dimas@okayplayer.com

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