Ingrid Michaelson announced today (Aug. 29) that American Idol alum Maddie Poppe will join her as special support on the upcoming Dramatic Tour. The Dramatic Tour will be a string of special club dates in support of Michaelson’s new album Stranger Songs.
“Ingrid Michaelson has had an extraordinary influence on me and my music career,” said Poppe in a release. “She dominates when it comes to her writing as well as her banter with the crowd during her live performances. I’d seen Ingrid live in concert on her ‘A Summer Night Out’ tour in 2015, and it was nothing short of incredible.”
“I couldn’t be more exited to announce that Maddie Poppe is joining us as our opener on tour,” said Michaelson in a release. “She’s so talented and kind and I can’t wait to hear her every night.”
The tour kicks off Oct. 3 in San Diego and will make stops throughout the country, including Chicago’s Vic Theatre, Roseland Theater in Portland, The Fillmore in San Francisco, Los Angeles’ The Wiltern, plus two nights at the newly reopened Webster Hall in Michaelson’s hometown of New York.
“When my music managers called me with the idea that I might be able to join her as the opener for her upcoming tour, my fourteen-year-old self would never have believed that an opportunity like this was possible,” added Poppe. “I couldn’t imagine a better, more desirable or more exciting tour to be a part of. Ingrid truly has paved the way for so many aspiring artists and joining her on ‘The Dramatic Tour’ will be a tremendous opportunity to meet fans and be nothing short of a dream come true.”
Tickets to these special club dates, as well as a limited number of exclusive VIP packages, are available now at IngridMichaelson.com. Check out a full list of dates below.
Oct. 03 — San Diego CA @ The Observatory North Park
Oct. 04 — Los Angeles CA @ The Wiltern
Oct. 09 — San Francisco CA @ The Fillmore
Oct. 11 — Portland OR @ Roseland Theater
Oct. 12 — Seattle WA @ The Showbox
Oct. 14 — Salt Lake City UT @ Union Event Center
Oct. 16 — Denver CO @ Ogden Theatre
Oct. 18 — Minneapolis MN @ The Orpheum
Oct. 19 — Chicago IL @ Vic Theatre
Oct. 22 — Boston MA @ House of Blues
Oct. 23 — Washington DC @ Lincoln Theatre
Oct. 25 — Philadelphia PA @ Union Transfer
Oct. 28 — New York NY @ Webster Hall
Oct. 29 — New York NY @ Webster Hall