Poppy Announces UK and European tour 2020: Details inside


Gig buffs we have some great news for you!

In addition to her already upcoming headline slot at NME’s next edition of Girls To The Front.

Poppy has proclaimed a replacement set of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and European tour dates for March 2020.

The LA creative person can unleash her third album ‘I Disagree’ on January ten, which I’ll be the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Am I A Girl’. She’s already previewed the title track and also the song ‘Concrete’ from ‘I Disagree’.

Poppy Announces UK and European  tour 2020: Details inside
Poppy Announces UK and European tour 2020: Details inside

Poppy has as on October 9th declared the UK and European legs of her upcoming ‘I Disagree’ tour. The rush of shows will start in Manchester on March 12, before closing in Madrid on March 30.

Poppy will also feature NME‘s latest Girls To The Front event, which is assig to take place on Halloween (October 31) and will suitably be renamed “Ghouls To The Front’. Tickets are free, and you can find more knowledge about the gig here.

Tickets for Poppy’s latest tour proceed sale this Friday (October 11). See the dates below.


12 Academy 2 – Manchester
13 Cathouse – Glasgow
14 O2 Academy 2 – Birmingham
15 Heaven – London
17 Melkweg – Amsterdam
18 Orangerie – Brussels
20 Le Trabendo – Paris
21 Zeche – Bochum
22 Columbia Theater – Berlin
24 Backstage Halle – Munich
25 Santeria – Milan
26 Flex – Vienna
27 Plaza – Zurich
29 Sala Razzmatazz 2 – Barcelona
30 Sala Caracol – Madrid

The artist had recently spoken to the Upset magazine’ about her gig and upcoming work “We just wanted to see if we could one-up ‘X’. And I feel like we did,” She explained.

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“It’s a style of what’s to return on the new album, but we’re leaning harder into the heavier direction on the rest of the record, which is exciting. I want I’ve had to be compelled to awaken this dormant creature within Pine Tree State.”


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