Florence and the Machine announce 2022 UK arena tour: dates, tickets and presale info

Florence and the Machine have announced a UK arena tour for 2022 and tickets go on sale soon.

Florence and the Machine have announced a headline UK arena tour for 2022 – and tickets go on sale soon.

The group will head to venues across the country this November in support of their album, Dancer Fever.

The tour will kick off on 16 November in Cardiff and head to the likes of London, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 9am on 25 March via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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It’ll be in support of their upcoming fifth album, Dance Fever, which is due for release on 13 May.

It marks their first release in four years and features singles “King”, “Heaven Is Here” and “My Love”.

The group recently announced a run of intimate shows to coincide with the album’s release.

They will take place at Newcastle’s O2 City Hall, Blackburn’s King George’s Hall and London’s Theatre Royal.

Tickets for the trio of shows sold out in seconds when they went on sale earlier this week.

Fans who missed out will now get the chance to see the band later this year during their arena run.

You can find out how to get tickets, presale info and the full tour schedule below.

How to get tickets

They go on general sale at 9am on 25 March via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

Fans who pre-order the new album from the official UK store before 5pm on 22 March will receive presale access to tickets.

This will then take place on 23 March from 9am and you’ll be emailed details on how to access the presale.

The band have confirmed that £1 from every ticket sold will be donated to Choose Love, who support refugees and displaced people globally.

Florence and the Machine 2022 UK tour dates

  • 16 November – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
  • 18 November – London, O2 Arena
  • 19 November – London, O2 Arena
  • 21 November – Bournemouth, International Centre
  • 22 November – Manchester, AO Arena
  • 24 November – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
  • 25 November – Leeds, First Direct Arena
  • 27 November – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • 28 November – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena