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Florence + The Machine Announces Fall North American Tour

Dates will support new album ‘Dance Fever,’ due out on May 13
Florence + The Machine
(Credit: Autumn De Wilde)

Florence + The Machine will support their recently announced new album, Dance Fever, with a fall North American tour beginning Sept. 2 in Montreal. Arlo Parks, Sam Fender, King Princess, Yves Tumor, Japanese Breakfast and Wet Leg will support on various dates, and one dollar from every ticket sold will benefit Choose Love in its mission to aid refugees worldwide.

Before the proper tour, Florence + The Machine will play what are being billed as “special, intimate shows” on April 29 in Los Angeles and May 6 in New York. Both are already sold out. For full dates and on-sale information, visit the group’s Web site.

As previously reported, Dance Fever is due May 13 and was produced by frontman Florence Welch, Jack Antonoff, and Dave Bayley of Glass Animals.

The album was recorded in London during the pandemic, and it conjures the freedoms that Welch missed most during lockdown and her hope for a return to normalcy. Its tracks nod to dance, folk, and ’70s Iggy Pop, while Welch describes it as “Nick Cave at the club.”

Florence + The Machine 2022 tour dates:

April 29: Los Angeles (Los Angeles Theatre)
May 6: New York (Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center)
Sept. 2: Montreal (Bell Centre)
Sept. 3: Toronto (Budweiser Stage)
Sept. 7: Chicago (Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island)
Sept. 8: St. Paul, Minn. (Xcel Energy Center)
Sept. 10: Clarkston, Mich. (Pine Knob)
Sept. 12: Washington, D.C. (Capital One Arena)
Sept. 14: Boston (TD Garden)
Sept. 16: New York (Madison Square Garden)
Sept. 20: Nashville (Ascend Amphitheatre)
Sept. 21: Alpharetta, Ga. (Ameris Bank Amphitheatre)
Sept. 23: Orlando, Fla. (Amway Center)
Sept. 24: Miami (FTX Arena)
Sept. 27: Austin, Texas (Moody Center)
Sept. 28: Irving, Texas (The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory)
Oct. 1: Denver (Ball Arena)
Oct. 4: Vancouver (Rogers Arena)
Oct. 6: Seattle (Climate Pledge Arena)
Oct. 7: Portland, Ore. (Theater of the Clouds)
Oct. 9: Mountain View, Calif. (Shoreline Amphitheatre)
Oct. 12: San Diego (Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre)
Oct. 14: Los Angeles (Hollywood Bowl)