Pop icon Billie Eilish has announced she will be hosting a multi-day climate conference at the O2 arena in London in June.
The conference, named Overheated, will feature performances and discussions with activists, musicians, designers and experts to explore how their work can “make a difference” in fighting climate change.
Overheated will take place in the middle of Eilish’s Happier Than Ever world tour, on June 10, 11, 12, 16, 25 and 26, with confirmed attendees including climate campaigner Vanessa Nakate and YouTuber Jack Harries.
A documentary featuring Eilish, designer Vivienne Westwood and musicians Yungblud and Sigrid will also be screened at the event.
Eilish has previously expressed her support for the climate movement, calling on world leaders at COP26 to “stand together and speak up for our planet, not just for us, but for our future generations”.
Eilish is also vegan, citing climate change and animal welfare as the reasons for eating a plant-based diet. Earlier this year, she declared support for Music Declares Emergency US, a music industry effort to raise awareness around climate change.