Poppy is coming to the Amsterdam on Jan 30th as part of her I Disagree Tour. If you’re unfamiliar, she’s an avant-garde pop enigma/AI and multi-hyphenate: singer/songwriter, performance artist (YouTube channel has 4 M followers, over 463 M views), fashionista, comic book writer, and more.
Poppy’s new album I DISAGREE dropped on 1/10 and finds her pushing boundaries, expanding her sound, and is “post-genre” – melding electronic-infused pop, indie, industrial, shoegaze, downtuned metal, and more; it’s addictively hooky even despite its wildly experimental tendencies.
Moriah Rose Pereira (born January 1, 1995), known professionally as Poppy, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, fashion model, YouTuber, and religious leader. In 2013, Poppy moved to Los Angeles where she rose to prominence while working with director and musician Titanic Sinclair who helped her enhance her YouTube presence by making short performance art videos and music videos. In 2015, she signed a recording contract with Island Records, subsequently releasing her debut extended play, Bubblebath, as That Poppy.
In late 2016, Poppy became the face of Sanrio’s “Hello Sanrio” collection. In the summer of 2017, she signed to Mad Decent, and in October released her first studio album, Poppy.Computer. To promote the album she embarked on her first tour, which consisted of 34 North American cities separated by shows in London and Tokyo. In 2018, Poppy released her web television series, I’m Poppy, and released her second studio album, Am I a Girl?.On January 10, 2020, Poppy released her third studio album, I Disagree, via Sumerian Records .
Appearing with Poppy is VOWWS. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the show starts at 7:00 pm
Tickets are available HERE.
JAN 22 – Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA
JAN 24 – Hawthorne Theatre, Portland, OR
JAN 25 – Neptune Theatre, Seattle, WA
JAN 27 – The Complex, Salt Lake City, UT
JAN 28 – Gothic Theatre, Englewood, CO
JAN 30 – Amsterdam Bar and Hall, Saint Paul, MN
JAN 31 – Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL
FEB 1 – The Majestic Theatre, Detroit, MI
FEB 2 – The Opera House, Toronto, Canada
FEB 4 – Brighton Music Hall, Allston, MA
FEB 5 – Brighton Music Hall, Allston, MA
FEB 6 – Brooklyn Steel, Brooklyn, NY
FEB 7 – Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA
FEB 8 – U Street Music Hall, Washington, DC
FEB 10 – The Underground, Charlotte, NC
FEB 12 – The Orpheum, Tampa, FL
FEB 14 – The Loft, Atlanta, GA
FEB 15 – Delmar Hall, Saint Louis, MO
FEB 17 – Liberty Hall, Lawrence, KS
FEB 19 – Sunshine Theater, Albuquerque, NM
FEB 20 – The Pressroom, Phoenix, AZ
FEB 21 – The Fonda Theatre, Hollywood, CA