Florence + The Machine announce 2022 UK and European arena tour
Florence Welch and her band will tour in support of their forthcoming new album ‘Dance Fever’, which is set for release on May 13 via Polydor.
Florence + The Machine will kick off the ‘Dance Fever Tour’ in Paris on November 14, before dates in Cardiff, London, Bournemouth, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow and Nottingham.
Dance Fever Tour
Pre-order the new album from the UK official store, including a limited number of new signed formats, before 5pm on Tuesday 22nd March for access to pre-sale tickets. Presale for UK and Dublin dates only. https://t.co/HjWVT9X3OY pic.twitter.com/2DfhmtjJfk
— florence welch (@florencemachine) March 18, 2022
£1 from every ticket sold for the ‘Dance Fever Tour’ will go to Florence’s chosen charity partner, Choose Love.
You can see details of Florence + The Machine’s ‘Dance Fever Tour’ dates below, and find tickets here when they go on general sale next Friday (March 25). A pre-sale will begin on Wednesday (March 23) for UK and Irish fans who pre-order ‘Dance Fever’ from here.
14 – Accor Arena, Paris
16 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
18 – The O2, London
19 – The O2, London
21 – BIC, Bournemouth
22 – AO Arena, Manchester
24 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
25 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
27 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
28 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
30 – Arena, Dublin
Florence + The Machine will also perform a trio of intimate dates in Newcastle, Blackburn and London next month in support of ‘Dance Fever’ – tickets are available here.
The gigs, which will be their first in the UK since 2019, will see the singer and her band “play music from the new album for the first time, along with some favourites from previous albums”.
The post Florence + The Machine announce 2022 UK and European arena tour appeared first on NME.
Florence + The Machine have announced details of a UK and European arena tour for November – tickets will be available here. Florence Welch and her band will tour in support of their forthcoming new album ‘Dance Fever’, which is set for release on May 13 via Polydor. READ MORE: The story of NME in 70 (mostly) seminal…