Poppy, also known as That Poppy, is an American singer, songwriter, ambient music composer and YouTube personality. She’s on tour this October and we’ve got free tickets to give away for select shows!

Check out a list of Poppy offers below. Want to win tickets? Download the Thrillcall app, set your location and enter to win. Good luck!

10/19/17 Vancouver, BC – The Rio Theatre

10/20/17 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile

10/21/17 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Lounge

10/26/17 San Francisco, CA – Slim’s

10/28/17 Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex

10/29/17 San Diego, CA – Voodoo Room @ House of Blues San Diego

11/01/17 Denver, CO – Bluebird Theater

11/03/17 Dallas, TX – Club Dada

11/04/17 Austin, TX – Stubb’s Jr

11/05/17 Houston, TX – House of Blues – Bronze Peacock Room

11/07/17 Atlanta, GA – Vinyl

11/08/17 Nashville, TN – Mercy Lounge

11/10/17 Chicago, IL – Subterranean

11/11 Detroit, MI – Shelter

11/14/17 Washington, D.C. – Rock & Roll Hotel

11/15/17 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

11/16/17 Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry @ The Fillmore Philadelphia

11/18/17 Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground

11/19/17 Montreal, QC – L’Astral

 

Nashville-born singer/songwriter That Poppy emerged on YouTube in 2014 with a video of her eating cotton candy in silence. Viewers were baffled, yet it was just the start of Poppy’s brand of smart millennial theater. Wide-eyed, platinum blonde, and decked out in precious throwback outfits, Poppy gained a substantial following on social media, with fans awaiting each new video, the subjects of which grew ever more absurd and bizarre. Like surreal modern pop art, Poppy’s calculated wholesome persona, budding style icon status, and tongue-in-cheek clips — wherein she filmed herself reading the Bible for nearly an hour, repeating her name for ten minutes, or inflating a plastic rabbit — combined the satirical, the subversive, and the just plain weird. In early 2015, she began releasing music, starting with a Lana Del Rey-ified version of Mac DeMarco’s “My Kind of Woman.” Her first official single, “Everybody Wants to Be Poppy,” arrived months later. Signing with Island Records, she released the follow-up single “Lowlife” (and a remix featuring Travis Mills), a reggae-tinged jam that would serve as the first track from her debut EP, Bubblebath. Released in February 2016, the four-song set of catchy dance-pop showcased her musical range and sensibility, attracting comparisons to Grimes, Icona Pop, Melanie Martinez, and Charli XCX. That October, she issued the ambient album Music to Sleep To, a collaboration with Titanic Sinclair and polysomnographists from the Washington University School of Medicine that was designed to promote healthy sleep and dreaming. A year later, Poppy’s official debut album, Poppy.Computer, arrived. Source: AllMusic