Florence + the Machine album cover forDance Fever. Photo provided.
Florence + the Machine album cover forDance Fever. Photo provided.

Florence + the Machine will be taking over the United States this summer with headline dates at New York’s Madison Square Garden, Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl and many more.

Dance Fever creates a progression of style for Florence + The Machine along with a mix of uptempo tunes that explode with grace and sophistication. The album was recorded in London over the course of the pandemic in anticipation of the world’s reopening. It resonates with the musical passion found in clubs, dancing at festivals, and the hope of reunions to come.


Arlo Parks, Sam Fender, King Princess, Yves Tumor, Japanese Breakfast and Wet Leg will join as support on select dates throughout the tour. 

Wet Leg has brought a fresh sound to indie rock. Stream ‘Angelica‘ on YouTube to test out their latest music.

Dance Fever was produced by Florence, Jack Antonoff and Dave Bayley of Glass Animals. Browse over the following tour dates for more information.

Tour Dates

April 29 | Los Angeles Theatre | Los Angeles, CA

May 6 | Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center | New York, NY

September 2 | Place Bell | Montreal, QC*

September 3 | Budweiser Stage | Toronto, ON*

September 7 | Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island | Chicago, IL†

September 8 | Xcel Energy Center | St. Paul, MN†

September 10 | Pine Knob Music Theatre| Clarkson, MI†

September 12 | Capital One Area | Washington, D.C.†

September 14 | TD Garden| Boston, MA†

September 16 | Madison Square Garden| New York, NY†

September 20 | Ascend Amphitheater | Nashville, TN‡

September 21 | Ameris Bank Amphitheatre | Alpharetta, GA‡

September 23 | Amway Center | Orlando, FL‡

September 24 | FTX Arena | Miami, FL‡

September 27 | Moody Center | Austin, TX§

September 28 | The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory | Irving, TX§

October 1 | Ball Arena | Denver, CO

October 4 | Rogers Arena | Vancouver, BC**

October 6 | Climate Pledge Arena | Seattle, WA†

October 7 | Theater of the Clouds | Portland, OR**

October 9 | Shoreline Amphitheatre | Mountain View, CA†

October 12 | Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre | San Diego, CA†

October 14 | Hollywood Bowl | Los Angeles, CA

*with Arlo Parks
†with Sam Fender
‡with King Princess
§with Yves Tumor
**with Japanese Breakfast
††with Wet Leg

Watch videos from Dance Fever on YouTube.

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