The announcement for the Eurasia leg of the tour was posted on Poppy's social media accounts on October 9th, 2019, with ticket sales beginning on October 11th, 2019. It was announced on the same day that additional shows would also take place in the United States. The North American leg of the tour was announced on November 4th, 2019, with ticket sales beginning on November 8th, 2019.
Four warm-up shows for the tour were played in Australia between December 4th, 2019 and December 8th, 2019.
The VIP passes, also known as "Celebrating the Life of Poppy", are upgrades to one's ticket. They are $200.00 USD and have 7 special features.
- Say a brief word about Poppy to remember her
- Exclusive T-shirt
- Exclusive beanie
- VIP laminate/lanyard
- Exclusive signed poster
- Exclusive bandana
- 2 photos with Poppy
- "Scary Mask"
- "Play Destroy"
- "Fill the Crown"
- "Am I a Girl?"
- "Anything Like Me"
- "Nothing I Need"
- "All the Things She Said" (Cover)
- "Sit / Stay"
- "Sick of the Sun"
- "Don't Go Outside"
- "Bite Your Teeth"
- "I Disagree"
|December 4th, 2019||Melbourne, Australia||Stay Gold|
|December 6th, 2019||Ascot Vale, Australia||Good Things Festival|
|December 7th, 2019||Centennial Park, Australia||Good Things Festival|
|December 8th, 2019||Bowen Hills, Australia||Good Things Festival|
North American Dates
|January 22nd, 2020||San Francisco, California||Great American Music Hall|
|January 24th, 2020||Portland, Oregon||Hawthorne Theatre|
|January 25th, 2020||Seattle, Washington||Neptune Theatre|
|January 27th, 2020||Salt Lake City, Utah||The Complex|
|January 28th, 2020||Denver, Colorado||Gothic Theatre|
|January 30th, 2020||Saint Paul, Minnesota||Amsterdam Bar and Hall|
|January 31st, 2020||Chicago, Illinois||Vic Theatre|
|February 1st, 2020||Detroit, Michigan||The Majestic Theatre|
|February 2nd, 2020||Toronto, Ontario||The Opera House|
|February 4th-5th, 2020||Boston, Massachusetts||Brighton Music Hall|
|February 6th, 2020||Brooklyn, New York||Brooklyn Steel|
|February 7th, 2020||Philadelphia, Pennyslvania||Theatre of Living Arts|
|February 8th, 2020||Washington, D.C.||U Street Music Hall|
|February 10th, 2020||Charlotte, North Carolina||The Underground|
|February 12th, 2020||Tampa, Florida||The Orpheum|
|February 14th, 2020||Atlanta, Georgia||The Loft at Center Stage|
|February 15th, 2020||St. Louis, Missouri||Delmar Hall|
|February 17th, 2020||Lawrence, Kansas||Liberty Hall|
|February 19th, 2020||Albuquerque, New Mexico||Sunshine Theater|
|February 20th, 2020||Phoenix, Arizona||The Pressroom|
|February 21st, 2020||Hollywood, California||The Fonda Theatre|
The tour was originally going to continue with a Eurasia leg in March 2020, but as a result of local governments in Europe shutting down live engagements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these shows were postponed. On April 17th, 2019, Poppy announced the rescheduled dates, continuing in November 2020 and ending in December 2020.
|November 19th, 2020||Madrid, Spain||Cool|
|November 20th, 2020||L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain||Salamandra|
|November 23rd, 2020||Milano, Italy||Santeria Toscana 31|
|November 24th, 2020||Vienna, Austria||Flex|
|November 25th, 2020||Zurich, Switzerland||Dynamo|
|November 26th, 2020||Munich, Germany||Strom|
|November 28th, 2020||Berlin, Germany||Columbia Theater|
|November 29th, 2020||Hamburg, Germany||Gruenspan|
|December 1st, 2020||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Melkweg|
|December 2nd, 2020||Bochum, Germany||Zeche Bochum|
|December 3rd, 2020||Antwerpen, Belgium||Zappa|
|December 5th, 2020||Paris, France||Trabendo|
|December 7th, 2020||Newcastle, United Kingdom||Riverside Newcastle|
|December 9th, 2020||Glasgow, United Kingdom||Garage|
|December 10th, 2020||Manchester, United Kingdom||02 Ritz Manchester|
|December 11th, 2020||Bristol, United Kingdom||SWX|
|December 12th, 2020||Birmingham, United Kingdom||02 Academy Birmingham|
|December 13th, 2020||London, United Kingdom||02 Empire Shepherd's Bush|
- Poppy's backing band on the tour consists of Nicolas Perez on guitar, Matt McJunkins on bass, Ralph Alexander on drums and Ted Gowans on keyboards. She will retain this band on the upcoming Deftones Summer Tour 2021.
- This is the first Poppy tour to not feature Titanic Sinclair, due to Poppy ending her professional relationship with him in late 2019.
- Jason Hartwyk, Shepherd Flashman Lowrey and Darren Mullis were the lighting designers on the tour.
- ↑ https://twitter.com/poppy/status/1181856915116187648
- ↑ https://twitter.com/poppy/status/1182041208987607040
- ↑ https://twitter.com/poppy/status/1191366594804342785
- ↑ https://twitter.com/poppy/status/1237415512138633217
- ↑ https://twitter.com/poppy/status/1251103268538892291
- ↑ https://www.instagram.com/p/B7kibfIp88Y/
- ↑ https://www.instagram.com/p/B7t9N97g1I2/