Florence + The Machine Announce New Dance Fever Arena Tour

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Florence + The Machine have confirmed that her ‘Dance Fever’ arena tour will take place later this year.

Having seen tickets for her run of intimate shows sell out within minutes of going on sale, Florence + The Machine has confirmed that her album tour take place across the UK, Ireland and France in November.

The tour will kick off on November 14 in Paris’ Accor Hotels Arena, before finishing in Dublin’s 3Arena on November 30. Tickets for these shows go on sale on Friday March 25 at 9am. You can order here.

It was also confirmed that every £1 from each ticket sold will go towards Choose Love, Florence’s chosen charity partner for this upcoming tour.

Choose Love help with providing refugees and displaced people with everything from rescue boats to legal advice. The charity has 250 communities accross Europe, Middle East, and the US-Mexico border, supporting over 1.8 million people.

The tour dates are as follows.

Dance Fever Tour:

14th Nov 2022 – Accor Hotels Arena, Paris

16th Nov 2022 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff

18th Nov 2022 – The O2, London

19th Nov 2022 – The O2, London

21st Nov 2022 – BIC, Bournemouth

22nd Nov 2022 – AO Arena, Manchester

24th Nov 2022 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham

25th Nov 2022 – First Direct Arena, Leeds

27th Nov 2022 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow

28th Nov 2022 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

30th Nov 2022 – 3 Arena, Dublin

Florence + The New Album

Florence had already confirmed that the new album ‘Dance Fever’ would be released soon, ……..May 13 to be exact.

It has been produced by Florence Welch, Dave Bayley, and Jack Atonoff and will be released via Polydor Records. Included on this album is her new single ‘My Love’.  The album can also be pre ordered here.

Florence Welch had recorded this latest album during the pandemic.

A press release had said that album was inspired by “the tragic heroines of pre-Raphaelite art, the gothic fiction of Carmen Maria Machado and Julia Armfield, the visceral wave of folk horror film from The Wicker Man and The Witch to Midsommar”. More on this Nova report here.