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Poppy Announces Rescheduled European Tour Dates

Poppy’s I Disagree Tour will now hit the UK in December

After being forced to postpone her European I Disagree tour dates due to the COVID-19 crisis, Poppy has confirmed that she’ll be coming back at the end of the year, with UK dates for December.

With a simple message of I Disagree UK/EU tour is back” on Twitter, the star confirmed the new dates that should have happened earlier this year. 

Released back in January, I Disagree saw the genre-free U.S. star making a noise quite unlike anything you’ve ever heard before, but one that’s caught the ears of Deftones and Bring Me The Horizon, both of whom have taken her on tour. 

A lot of people who have written about the new music have said it’s metal and pop, but I think that’s because they like the juxtaposition of that,” she explains of the album. I’ve never said my music is metal, but I do listen to that music. To clarify: post-genre. Or prog rock or pop. We’re turning a new page.”

The new tour runs as follows:

Poppy UK tour 2020

November

19 Madrid, Cool
20 Salamandra, L’hospitalet De Llobregat
23 Milan, Santeria Toscana 31
24 Vienna, Flex
25 Zurich, Dynamo
26 Munich, Strom
28 Berlin, Columbia Theatre
29 Hamburg, Grüenspan 

December

01 Amsterdam, Melkweg
02 Bochum, Zeche Bochum
05 Paris, Trabendo
07 Newcastle, Riverside
09 Glasgow, Garage
10 Manchester, O2 Ritz
11 Bristol, SWX
12 Birmingham, O2 Academy
13 London, O2 Empire Shepherds Bush 

Read this next: Meet Poppy: The face of a post-genre world

Posted on April 17th 2020, 4:28p.m.
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