The Fight Like A Girl World Tour had dates in Europe and the United Kingdom.

For "Incidents," scroll down to the Nottingham Injury section.


The Fight Like A Girl tour was broken up into four different legs: North America, South America, Europe, and the United Kingdom. This tour was the first full-length set after the last Opheliac tour, The Door, but ended up serving more like a transitionary music period when it came to the setlist. There were still a number of songs from Opheliac present because Fight Like a Girl had not been released, which offered a unique experience for concert goers. Because six of the seven Fight Like a Girl songs had not been heard prior to the opening date, fans were given the rare experience of hearing a song live before hearing the studio album. Some consider this more a curse than a blessing, as they prefer the live version of the song.

This is the first full-length tour to feature a poem from Your Sugar Sits Untouched to be played on stage.

New costumes were introduced during this tour and the set was extremely stripped down from the previous set that had been cluttered with iconic props and decorations. Autumn appeared for the first time in her Warrior Mohawk during this tour, which she wore on stage until mid-2013.

The Fight Like a Girl single was released mid-tour, which included the single Fight Like A Girl and the song Time for Tea.

VIP Ticket PackageEdit

The VIP Ticket Package for all legs of the tour (if VIP was offered) was as follows: 

  • Concert ticket
  • Access to pre-show sound check and setup
  • Commemorative VIP tour laminate
  • Exclusive Collector's Edition Art Print (Lithium Print)
  • Autograph signing and photo opp
  • Permission to remain inside the venue after the VIP session, ensuring prime viewing spot (where permitted)

Bloody CrumpetsEdit


Tour DatesEdit

United Kingdom

Date Venue City State
March 9, 2012 Glasgow Garage Glasgow Scotland
March 10, 2012 Rock City Nottingham NH
March 11, 2012 02 Academy Bristol Bristol BR
April 13, 2012 Electric Ballroom London LO
April 14, 2012 HMV Ritz Manchester LA


Date Venue City State/Country
March 13, 2012 Matrix Bochum NRW
March 14, 2012 Ampere Munich Bavaria
March 15, 2012 Szene Vienna Austria
March 17, 2012 Kd Kyje Prague Czech Rep.
March 18, 2012 Club 202 Budapest Hungary
March 19, 2012 randall Bratislava Slovakia
March 20, 2012 Progresja Warsaw Poland
March 22, 2012 Gruenspan Hamburg Germany
March 23, 2012 Trivoli de Helling Utrecht Netherlands
March 24, 2012 Atelier de Moies Montbellard Doubs
March 25, 2012 La Maroquinerie Paris France
March 27, 2012 Batschkapp Frankfurt Hesse
March 28, 2012 X-Tra Zurich ZH
March 30, 2012 R'N'R Arena Romagnano Sesia Italy
March 31, 2012 Auditorium Flog Florence Italy
April 1, 2012 Hafen Innsbruck Austria
April 3, 2012 Postbahnhof Berline Germany
April 4, 2012 Pumpehuset Copenhagen Germany
April 6, 2012 Klubi Tampere Finland
April 7, 2012 Nosturi Helsinki Finland
April 9, 2012 Nalen Stockholm Poland
April 10, 2012 Brewhouse Gothenburg Sweden
April 12, 2012 VK Brussels Belgium

Nottingham InjuryEdit

Nottingham injury

Bandaged injury.

On March 10, 2012, while VIP concert guests were viewing the soundcheck for the performance, Autumn was rehearsing "Time for Tea" with her Bloody Crumpets. Contessa, one such Bloody Crumpet, accidentally hit Autumn in the face with one of the medical props they used in the performance. The sharp edge of the knife cut Autumn in the face, causing her to seek immediate medical attention. Due to her wound being treated, she could not attend the Meet and Greet that VIP fans had been promised. Autumn was taken to the hospital for proper treatment after the show, making it impossible for them to reschedule the VIP session for a post-show time.

To make up for this, the Bloody Crumpets attended the Meet and Greet instead and Autumn promised each VIP attendee a hand-written letter to apologize. These letters were allegedly mailed out in December of 2012, but none began to arrive until July 2013.

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