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Poppy has announced a European headline tour, with four nights in the UK

She'll play Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, and London.
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Published: 10:36 am, October 09, 2019
Poppy has announced a European headline tour, with four nights in the UK

Poppy has announced a European headline tour.

The run is in support of her upcoming new album, ‘I Disagree’. The follow-up to last year's 'Am I a Girl?' full-length, and this year's 'Choke' EP, it'll be released on 10th January.

The new tour will kicks off on 12th March with a show in Manchester, before heading to Glasgow, Birmingham, London, and then off to Europe. Tickets go on general sale from Friday, 11th October.

The details are:

MARCH
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

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