“Florence + The Machine” Set To Tour North America This Summer

By Creative Media Times

English indie rock band Florence & The Machine is set to go on a 23 city North American tour commencing on August 5 in Montreal, Canada, with stops in Denver, CO at Grandoozy Festival and New York’s Barclays Center and concludes on October 20 in Minneapolis, Minn. The tour is the band’s first in North America in three years.

Opening acts varies on different dates and includes Grizzly Bear, Lizzo, Perfume Genius, St. Vincent, Billie Eilish, Kamasi Washington, or Beth Ditto.

The trek is in support of their fourth studio album “High as Hope” which is set to be released on Jun 29 by Republic Records and Virgin EMI Records.

The album is their follow up to the three-track EP “Songs from Final Fantasy XV” (2016) and “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (2015) which debuted on top of the Billboard 200 Album chart. Recently, the band has released the singles “Sky Full of Song” and “Hunger” from the album.

Tickets will go on sale this Friday. Here is the tour’s full list of dates:
Aug. 5 — Montreal, QC at Osheaga
Aug. 9 — Lake Tahoe, NV at Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys
Aug. 11 — San Francisco, CA at Outside Lands
Sept. 8 — Vancouver, BC at Skookum Festival
Sept. 10 — Seattle, WA at KeyArena
Sept. 11 — Portland, OR at Moda Center
Sept. 14 — Salt Lake City, UT at Maverik Center
Sept. 15 — Denver, CO at Grandoozy Festival
Sept. 22 — Las Vegas, NV at Life Is Beautiful
Sept. 23 — San Diego, CA at Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University
Sept. 25 — Los Angeles, CA at Hollywood Bowl
Sept. 29 — Dallas, TX at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Sept. 30 — Houston, TX at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Oct. 2 — Nashville, TN at Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 3 — Charlotte, NC at Spectrum Center
Oct. 5 — Washington, D.C. at The Anthem
Oct. 9 — New York, NY at Barclays Center
Oct. 12 — Boston, MA at TD Garden
Oct. 13 — Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
Oct. 14 — Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
Oct. 16 — Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
Oct. 19 — Chicago, IL at United Center
Oct. 20 — Minneapolis, MN at Target Center