Booking now: Florence + The Machine announces US arena tour: St Vincent, Perfume Genius, Beth Ditto, Grizzly Bear and more to support

Florence + The Machine announces US arena tour: St Vincent, Perfume Genius, Beth Ditto, Grizzly Bear and more to support​

Kamasi Washington, Lizzo, Wet and loads more are also set to play on the Autumn run.

Florence + The Machine is set to take her new album ‘High As Hope’ on a huge North American tour, and it comes with a pretty astonishing list of support acts.

Across the September and October dates, the likes of (deep breath) St Vincent, Perfume Genius, Beth Ditto, Grizzly Bear, Kamasi Washington, Lizzo, Wet and Billie Eilish will join Florence Welch on the road.

‘High As Hope’ comes out on 29th June, and UK arena dates have already been announced for the latter half of November.

The album has been previewed by new tracks ‘Hunger’ and ‘Sky Full Of Song’.

View the US and UK dates below (it’s not clear yet who’s supporting on which dates).

AUGUST
09 Lake Tahoe, Outdoor Arena

SEPTEMBER
10 Seattle, Key Arena
11 Portland, Moda Center
14 West Valley City, Maverik Center
23 San Diego, Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl
25 Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
29 Irving, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
30 Woodlands, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

OCTOBER
02 Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
03 Charlotte, Spectrum Center
09 Brooklyn, Barclays Center
12 Boston, TD Garden
13 Uncasville, Mohegan Sun Arena
14 Philadephia, Wells Fargo Center
16 Toronto, Air Canada Center
19 Chicago, United Center
20 Minneapolis, Target Center

NOVEMBER
15 Leeds, First Direct Arena
16 Birmingham, Genting Arena
17 Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
19 Dublin, 3 Arena
21 London, The O2
23 Manchester, Manchester Arena
25 Brighton, Brighton Centre
26 Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

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