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True Romance Original Angels Repress
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Charli XCX's tour

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Fan Reviews

dermott
September 23rd 2022
GOAT. charli xcx is a mastermind when it comes to putting on a show. she knows how to get the crowd going. although there were a lot of poppers being popped, the crowd did not disappoint. i would do a lot to see her again.
New York City, NY@
Hammerstein Ballroom
João
June 10th 2022
Charli brought it 100%. Even without some elements of the stage of the tour due to not having enough space, she delivered a great performance. The setlist could be a little bigger, but at the same time she didn’t stop jumping and singing at all times, so I assume that even with just one more song, she would be way too tired. Basically, it was 10/10
Madrid, Spain@
Sala Riviera
Tate
May 1st 2022
The show was AMAZING. Charli never fails to keep the energy alive and give the audience an outstanding performance. The opener, Baby Tate, was also great and set up Charli very nicely. I’m looking at future dates to go to the Crash tour again because it was such a wonderful experience.
Chicago, IL@
Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
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About Charli XCX

Over the course of her trailblazing career, Charli XCX has earned critical acclaim for her forward-thinking musical output and refreshing entrepreneurial spirit that has seen her carve her own lane on the global pop circuit. A singer, songwriter, video director, documentary maker, radio host and record label boss, Charli’s story is one of an artist continuing to succeed without compromise.
Beginning to release music in 2008, Charli has continuously strived to take the road less travelled throughout her career, with her debut album True Romance setting a benchmark for avant-garde pop music. This created a trajectory that has seen her write some of the world’s biggest hits (Icona Pop’s ‘I Love It’, Iggy Azalea’s ‘Fancy’, Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes’ ’Senorita'), while embracing pop’s most uninhibited sounds within her own work - gaining her a following that began in a cult capacity before spreading worldwide - assembling her own world via her fandom, affectionately called the Angels.
A one-woman force within the industry, Charli’s relentless work rate extends to writing for other artists while releasing her own music, running her own Vroom Vroom Recordings label, directing music videos and managing Nasty Cherry - a group she formed that has been documented on the Netflix series ​I’m With The Band.​
Armed with an attitude to dropping music that flipped the industry hegemony of release structure on its head, Charli’s groundbreaking 2017 mixtapes ​Number 1 Angel and ​Pop 2,​ as well as the standout summer crush anthem “Boys”, established her reputation as a singular talent with a defiant attitude to creation. Those releases were instrumental in establishing Charli’s keen ear for underground artists, spotlighting the likes of CupcakKe, ABRA, Tommy Cash and Pablo Vittar - helping to change the landscape of pop worldwide and take the genre to new heights.
2018 proved to be another stellar year. Following a series of tracks drops – ‘​5 In The Morning’​, ‘​No Angel​’, ‘​Focus’​ and ‘​Girls Night Out​’, – heralded mixtape shows, which she brought to the UK and Europe and a global support tour with Taylor Swift, XCX returned with a throwback UK Top 15 smash, “1999” feat. Troye Sivan. The accompanying video, which sits at over 35m views, was co-produced by Charli and paid homage to standout cultural references from the year of 1999.
2019 saw Charli’s biggest 12 months to date; her third album proper, ​Charli, marked a huge advancement in her sound as well as some of her most personal lyrical content yet, featuring collaborations with global superstars such as Lizzo, Troye Sivan and HAIM alongside future game changers such as Kim Petras, Christine and the Queens, Yaeji and Clairo. The album’s coinciding sold-out tour proved to be her most expansive yet - including a 27-date North American run and her biggest headline show so far at London’s Brixton Academy.
Now in 2020, Charli is already breaking boundaries - this year has seen her first BRIT nomination for British Female Solo Artist, marking a huge moment of validation from a mainstream audience that Charli has built on her own terms.
​In reaction to the global COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, Charli has proven herself to be one of
the most adaptable artists working today; initially providing programs of Instagram live sessions that invited
various guests to spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently
practicing social distancing. Charli’s vision then expanded further, leading her to announce ‘how i’m feeling

now’ - a new album to be written, recorded and released in 39 days, completely in self-isolation. The creative
process was also to push her collaborative stream in a unique way; opening up the recording, writing, artwork,
music videos and more to fans for feedback and contribution - she also further inspired her fans’ creativity,
allowing them access to song stems to create remixes and greenscreen footage to be edited using their own
imagination. The resulting project, released on deadline on May 15th 2020, is already being held in huge
critical acclaim as an emotionally raw, relentlessly progressive sonic world, built from inside the comfort of
Charli’s own home. ‘how i’m feeling now’ has given further spotlight to Charli’s status as one of the most
adaptable, exciting pop artists working today, and through it’s uniquely collaborative approach, provided a
shared space for those who listen to feel safe enough to express themselves however they wish at a time
when they need it most.
Charli has accrued two Billboard Music Awards, a YouTube Music Award, two Sesac ‘Songwriter of the Year’ Awards, plus nominations at the Grammys, BRIT Awards and MTV EMAs. Not to mention the studio time she’s commanded with the likes of Blondie, Selena Gomez [Charli co-wrote her U.S. No.1​“Same Old Love”​], Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes, Benny Blanco, David Guetta, Zara Larsson, Khalid and Diplo.
Alongside her music projects, Charli has been a strong fixture within fashion. Charli attended the Met Gala 2019 as a special guest of Anna Wintour and Vogue, followed by a performance at Cannes Film Festival for the amfAR Gala. An ally for the LGBTQI+ community, Charli collaborates with some of the world’s most exciting LGBTQI+ artists, using her platform to help amplify the voices, and in turn the experiences, of these artists - a trait that led in part to Charli being named as Gay Times’ Ally Of The Year for 2019.
An iconic figure for postmodern pop and creativity without limits, Charli XCX is one of the world’s most unique talents. Helping to expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and the mainstream, Charli’s tireless approach has opened up new possibilities within the pop sphere for both her and others to build on in the future, and with a host of new music on the horizon, the future is coming sooner than anyone could imagine.
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Genres:
Experimental, Pop, Other
Hometown:
United Kingdom

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
concerts near you
all concerts & live streams

Live Photos of Charli XCX

Charli XCX at Brooklyn, NY in Brooklyn Paramount 2024
View All Photos

Charli XCX merch
amazonview store

BRAT
$13.99
BRAT (Amazon Exclusive)
$34.98
True Romance Original Angels Repress
$24.88
Pop 2 5 Year Anniversary
$25.49
Crash - Exclusive Limited Edition Whi...
$41.95
Crash - Exclusive Clear Red & Black M...
$65.99
CRASH
$39.99
how i'm feeling now
$23.99
Charli
$37.16
SUCKER
$10.99
View All
Charli XCX's tour

Fan Reviews

dermott
September 23rd 2022
GOAT. charli xcx is a mastermind when it comes to putting on a show. she knows how to get the crowd going. although there were a lot of poppers being popped, the crowd did not disappoint. i would do a lot to see her again.
New York City, NY@
Hammerstein Ballroom
João
June 10th 2022
Charli brought it 100%. Even without some elements of the stage of the tour due to not having enough space, she delivered a great performance. The setlist could be a little bigger, but at the same time she didn’t stop jumping and singing at all times, so I assume that even with just one more song, she would be way too tired. Basically, it was 10/10
Madrid, Spain@
Sala Riviera
Tate
May 1st 2022
The show was AMAZING. Charli never fails to keep the energy alive and give the audience an outstanding performance. The opener, Baby Tate, was also great and set up Charli very nicely. I’m looking at future dates to go to the Crash tour again because it was such a wonderful experience.
Chicago, IL@
Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
View More Fan Reviews

About Charli XCX

Over the course of her trailblazing career, Charli XCX has earned critical acclaim for her forward-thinking musical output and refreshing entrepreneurial spirit that has seen her carve her own lane on the global pop circuit. A singer, songwriter, video director, documentary maker, radio host and record label boss, Charli’s story is one of an artist continuing to succeed without compromise.
Beginning to release music in 2008, Charli has continuously strived to take the road less travelled throughout her career, with her debut album True Romance setting a benchmark for avant-garde pop music. This created a trajectory that has seen her write some of the world’s biggest hits (Icona Pop’s ‘I Love It’, Iggy Azalea’s ‘Fancy’, Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes’ ’Senorita'), while embracing pop’s most uninhibited sounds within her own work - gaining her a following that began in a cult capacity before spreading worldwide - assembling her own world via her fandom, affectionately called the Angels.
A one-woman force within the industry, Charli’s relentless work rate extends to writing for other artists while releasing her own music, running her own Vroom Vroom Recordings label, directing music videos and managing Nasty Cherry - a group she formed that has been documented on the Netflix series ​I’m With The Band.​
Armed with an attitude to dropping music that flipped the industry hegemony of release structure on its head, Charli’s groundbreaking 2017 mixtapes ​Number 1 Angel and ​Pop 2,​ as well as the standout summer crush anthem “Boys”, established her reputation as a singular talent with a defiant attitude to creation. Those releases were instrumental in establishing Charli’s keen ear for underground artists, spotlighting the likes of CupcakKe, ABRA, Tommy Cash and Pablo Vittar - helping to change the landscape of pop worldwide and take the genre to new heights.
2018 proved to be another stellar year. Following a series of tracks drops – ‘​5 In The Morning’​, ‘​No Angel​’, ‘​Focus’​ and ‘​Girls Night Out​’, – heralded mixtape shows, which she brought to the UK and Europe and a global support tour with Taylor Swift, XCX returned with a throwback UK Top 15 smash, “1999” feat. Troye Sivan. The accompanying video, which sits at over 35m views, was co-produced by Charli and paid homage to standout cultural references from the year of 1999.
2019 saw Charli’s biggest 12 months to date; her third album proper, ​Charli, marked a huge advancement in her sound as well as some of her most personal lyrical content yet, featuring collaborations with global superstars such as Lizzo, Troye Sivan and HAIM alongside future game changers such as Kim Petras, Christine and the Queens, Yaeji and Clairo. The album’s coinciding sold-out tour proved to be her most expansive yet - including a 27-date North American run and her biggest headline show so far at London’s Brixton Academy.
Now in 2020, Charli is already breaking boundaries - this year has seen her first BRIT nomination for British Female Solo Artist, marking a huge moment of validation from a mainstream audience that Charli has built on her own terms.
​In reaction to the global COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, Charli has proven herself to be one of
the most adaptable artists working today; initially providing programs of Instagram live sessions that invited
various guests to spark conversation, share insight, or simply entertain fans across the world who are currently
practicing social distancing. Charli’s vision then expanded further, leading her to announce ‘how i’m feeling

now’ - a new album to be written, recorded and released in 39 days, completely in self-isolation. The creative
process was also to push her collaborative stream in a unique way; opening up the recording, writing, artwork,
music videos and more to fans for feedback and contribution - she also further inspired her fans’ creativity,
allowing them access to song stems to create remixes and greenscreen footage to be edited using their own
imagination. The resulting project, released on deadline on May 15th 2020, is already being held in huge
critical acclaim as an emotionally raw, relentlessly progressive sonic world, built from inside the comfort of
Charli’s own home. ‘how i’m feeling now’ has given further spotlight to Charli’s status as one of the most
adaptable, exciting pop artists working today, and through it’s uniquely collaborative approach, provided a
shared space for those who listen to feel safe enough to express themselves however they wish at a time
when they need it most.
Charli has accrued two Billboard Music Awards, a YouTube Music Award, two Sesac ‘Songwriter of the Year’ Awards, plus nominations at the Grammys, BRIT Awards and MTV EMAs. Not to mention the studio time she’s commanded with the likes of Blondie, Selena Gomez [Charli co-wrote her U.S. No.1​“Same Old Love”​], Gwen Stefani, Camila Cabello & Shawn Mendes, Benny Blanco, David Guetta, Zara Larsson, Khalid and Diplo.
Alongside her music projects, Charli has been a strong fixture within fashion. Charli attended the Met Gala 2019 as a special guest of Anna Wintour and Vogue, followed by a performance at Cannes Film Festival for the amfAR Gala. An ally for the LGBTQI+ community, Charli collaborates with some of the world’s most exciting LGBTQI+ artists, using her platform to help amplify the voices, and in turn the experiences, of these artists - a trait that led in part to Charli being named as Gay Times’ Ally Of The Year for 2019.
An iconic figure for postmodern pop and creativity without limits, Charli XCX is one of the world’s most unique talents. Helping to expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and the mainstream, Charli’s tireless approach has opened up new possibilities within the pop sphere for both her and others to build on in the future, and with a host of new music on the horizon, the future is coming sooner than anyone could imagine.
Show More
Genres:
Experimental, Pop, Other
Hometown:
United Kingdom

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