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The Am I A Girl? Tour was an international 32-city music tour created to promote Poppy's sophomore album, "Am I A Girl?". Charlotte was the opening act for the European shows, while the North American shows had a variety of different opening acts. Poppy's performance at the Westward Festival on September 14th, 2018 served as a warm-up show.

Announcement

The announcement for the tour was posted on Poppy's Instagram account on July 10th, 2018 and the dates were shown via the box office button on Poppy.Church. A video to promote the tour, "Come See Me", was uploaded on the same day. Another video to promote the tour, "Going Live", was streamed live three days later, though it was later made unlisted. Ticket presale began the following day, July 11th, 2018.

VIP Experience

The VIP passes (also known as "Salvation") are upgrades to one's ticket. They are $100 USD and have 6 special features.

  1. A 1-on-1 confessional with Poppy
  2. Early entry
  3. Signed lithograph poster
  4. A VIP laminate and lanyard
  5. Exclusive merchandise
  6. A special role at Poppy.Church

Dates

Eurasia Dates

Date Location Venue
September 22nd, 2018 Barcelona, Spain Razzmatazz
September 23rd, 2018 Brussels, Belgium Botanique/Rotonde
September 24th, 2018 Amsterdam, Netherlands Bittzerzoet
September 25th, 2018 Paris, France Les Etoiles Theatre
September 27th, 2018 Berlin, Germany Badehaus Szimpla
September 28th, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark DR Concert House Studio 3
September 29th, 2018 Stockholm, Sweden Obaren
October 1st, 2018 Warsaw, Poland Proxima
October 3rd, 2018 Istanbul, Turkey Babylon Club
October 5th, 2018 London, United Kingdom Scala
October 6th, 2018 Manchester, United Kingdom Manchester Club Academy
October 31st, 2018 Los Angeles, California The Wiltern

The tour was originally going to continue with a North American leg in 2018, but due to unforeseen delays, these shows were moved to January and February 2019.[1]

Rescheduled North American Dates

Date Location Venue
January 31st, 2019 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
February 1st, 2019 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Theatre of Living Arts
February 2nd, 2019 New York City, New York Irving Plaza
February 4th, 2019 Boston, Massachusetts House Of Blues
February 6th, 2019 Toronto, Ontario The Danforth Music Hall
February 7th, 2019 Detroit, Michigan St. Andrew's Hall
February 8th, 2019 Chicago, Illinois House Of Blues
February 9th, 2019 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Stage AE
February 11th, 2019 Nashville, Tennessee Cannery Ballroom
February 12th, 2019 Atlanta, Georgia The Buckhead Theater
February 13th, 2019 Tampa Bay, Florida The Orpheum
February 15th, 2019 Dallas, Texas House Of Blues
February 16th, 2019 Austin, Texas Emo's
February 18th, 2019 Aspen, Colorado Belly Up
February 19th, 2019 Englewood, Colorado The Gothic Theatre
February 21st, 2019 Seattle, Washington The Showbox
February 22nd, 2019 Portland, Oregon Wonder Ballroom
February 23rd, 2019 Chico, California Senator Theatre
February 24th, 2019 San Francisco, California Regency Ballroom
February 27th, 2019 San Diego, California House Of Blues

Setlists

Eurasia Setlist

North American Setlist

Trivia

  • Poppy's backing band on the North American leg of the tour consisted of Aaron Deming on guitar, Titanic Sinclair on bass, and Sam Palombo on drums. Aaron Deming and Sam Palombo are both members of Blame Candy.
  • The only songs Poppy performed from "Bubblebath" were "Money" and "Lowlife".
  • To date, the tour has the most countries and the most performing artists out of any Poppy tour.
  • Kailee Morgue and Jaira Burns were originally going to be the opening acts for the North American leg of the tour; however, the dates were pushed back, resulting in them being unable to attend. Despite this, Kailee Morgue remained the opening act for the Halloween show at The Wiltern.
  • Nicole Dollanganger was originally going to be the opening act for the Westward Festival of the tour; however, she later decided to not be an opening act for personal reasons.[2]
  • The Eurasia setlist was inconsistent between shows, with "Chic Chick" and "My Microphone" occasionally changing spots and "Lowlife" not being performed at some shows.
  • Poppy's setlist at The Orpheum was slightly different from the preceding North American shows, as "Immature Couture" was not played, and her cover of "Dreams" was replaced by her cover of "Metal". This revised setlist would go on to be the new setlist at subsequent shows.
    • Furthermore, "Pop Music" was removed from the setlist for the show at Belly Up, but it returned to the setlist at subsequent shows.
  • Poppy revealed on her Instagram story that Irving Plaza was her favorite venue to perform at on the tour.[3]

References

  1. https://www.facebook.com/Poppy/photos/a.700362099980883/2391011337582609/
  2. https://www.instagram.com/p/BnwpENpHEKv/
  3. https://i.imgur.com/dwxJ1sS.png