Brooklyn Bowl is bringing even more heat to its powerhouse entertainment lineup this summer with exclusive performances by pop darlings Poppy and PVRIS on Saturday, Aug. 26.
Following a wildly successful festival performance in Las Vegas last year, Poppy will be joined by Pvris on the Brooklyn Bowl stage for one of this summer’s most unforgettable shows.
Tickets to Poppy and PVRIS at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas will be available online starting Friday, April 7 at 10 a.m. PT. Artist presales begin Wednesday, April 5 at 9 a.m. PT with Spotify and venue presales taking place the next day on April 6 at 10 a.m. PT.
Poppy has no regard for convention, genres, labels, assumptions, or expectations either. Instead, she eclipses all of them in the flames of an intensely uncompromising creative spirit with no rival. By burning everything down and building a vision of her own out of the ashes, she represents a future where high art and high fashion equal subversion of the highest order. Following a quiet grind, she reached critical mass with “I Disagree.”
Beyond tallying 100 million-plus streams, it concluded 2020 on year-end lists by Upset [#1], Revolver, Popbuzz, Kerrang!, and more as she graced the covers of NME, Revolver, Upset, Kerrang!, and Tush. Standout “BLOODMONEY” even garnered a GRAMMY nod for “Best Metal Performance,” lifting her to rarified air as the “first-ever solo female artist nominated in the category .” At the same time, she electrified the stage at the GRAMMY Awards.
Throughout 2021, Poppy only maintained her momentum with the “EAT (NXT Soundtrack)” EP, and “Flux.” She steered the vision entirely—from the aesthetic to personally directing multiple videos. Casting a shadow over multiple forms of media, she has also penned two graphic novels, “Genesis One” and “Poppy’s Inferno,” and her short film “I’m Poppy” premiered at Sundance Film Festival during 2019.
During October 2022, she released “Stagger” EP, premiering single “FYB” at Reading & Leeds.
“It’s an artist’s responsibility to always change,” she leaves off. “I don’t think I’d want to be in my body if I was repeating the same thing over and over again. I’m only competing with myself. I will continue to write the story until I get tired of the book. Then, I’ll write another one.”
If you search the definition of ‘evergreen,’ you will find words like: enduring, timeless, fresh, unlimited, and renewal. In our modern culture where everything is online, algorithm-based, and instantaneous, it feels like timelessness, longevity and connection could someday become dying concepts. More than ever, PVRIS has, and always will be anti-formula, anti-virality, and anti-instant gratification.”
Over a near decade-long career, PVRIS’ ethos attracted the likes of a dynamic list of collaborators, from American hip-hop artist 070 Shake, to British pop-powerhouse Raye. Since 2014, PVRIS has become an international touring success, with festival appearances at Coachella, Reading & Leeds, and Lollapalooza to name a few.
As the multi-instrumentalist, producer, songwriter, and all-around creative behind the project, Gunnulfsen’s unorthodox creative abilities expand to new heights with her newest offering, “EVERGREEN.” Her fourth album, due July 14, dynamically showcases Gunnulfsen’s multifaceted artistry, evolving from guttural, electric delivery, to ethereal catharsis, with equal conviction and maturity. The result is an 11-track uncompromising body of work that is a testament to PVRIS’ intricate dedication to craftsmanship, resilience, and brutal honesty.
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