1. Florence + The Machine Dance Fever Tour Australia and New Zealand kicks off next month

    Florence + The Machine Dance Fever Tour Australia and New Zealand kicks off next month

    13 Feb 2023

    Frontier Touring, Chugg Entertainment and Laneway Presents are excited to confirm the internationally acclaimed Florence + The Machine will kick off the Australian and New Zealand leg of their Dance Fever Tour next month!  Special guest on all shows is American singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist King Princess.

    Final tickets on sale now via:

    The Dance Fever Tour will play six arena shows starting at RAC Arena, Perth on Saturday 4 March; Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne on Wednesday 8 March and Thursday 9 March; Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney on Monday 13 March; Brisbane Entertainment Centre on Friday 17 March; and Auckland’s Spark Arena on Tuesday 21 March. 

    Florence + The Machine will also appear at WOMADelaide in Adelaide’s stunning Botanic Park on March 11. Tickets and information,  

    F+TM will also perform a very special outdoor A Day On The Green show at Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD on Saturday 18 March.  Special guests include King Princess, Last Dinosaurs and Hatchie.  Tickets and information, 

    Having just wrapped the recent UK and Ireland shows to rave reviews, Florence + The Machine are touring in support of their critically acclaimed fifth studio album Dance Fever – out now via Universal Music, here – featuring singles ‘My Love’, ‘King’, ‘Heaven Is Here’ and ‘Free’ plus accompanying videos, all by acclaimed director Autumn de Wilde.   

    A new 24-track live album Dance Fever (Live At Madison Square Garden) is available digitally now, here and on 2LP out April 13, pre-order here. A special version of ‘Morning Elvis feat. Ethel Cain - Live At Denver Ball Arena’ is out now, here.  Florence + The Machine performed live versions of ‘My Love - Live on the Billboard Music Awards 2022’ and ‘King - The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’.  

    ‘A cathartic and euphoric outbreak of dance fever.  Florence Welch proves she is no false prophet by commanding the masses during the resumption of her injury-interrupted UK and Ireland tour.’  ★★★★★ NME 

    ‘Ethereal, majestic, and hauntingly brilliant.’ ★★★★★ York Vision UK   

    ‘A masterful display of dance, light, and song... Her emphatic delivery means not a single note goes unheard or unappreciated.  And that is exactly what a Florence + The Machine concert is: a celebration. The crowd is filled with people wearing flower crowns, flowy clothing, and elaborate makeup. Yes, people are crying, but it seems to be cathartic as if to commemorate some sort of recovery. As songs transition from weeping, emotional ballads to upbeat, punchy sing-alongs, there is a rollercoaster outpour of emotion from both Welch and the crowd.”  ★★★★★ The Boar UK   

    ‘A triumphant south London homecoming’ ★★★★★ The Times UK   

    Florence + The Machine has sold over one million albums in Australia (17 million globally), boasting 500 million Australian streams (12.7 billion globally). Early favourites ‘You’ve Got The Love’ and ‘Dog Days Are Over’ are certified 7x ARIA Platinum with ‘Never Let Me Go’ certified 6x ARIA Platinum.  Further catalogue hits include ‘Ship To Wreck’, ‘What Kind Of Man’, ‘Shake It Out’, ‘Spectrum (Say My Name)’, ‘Hunger’, ‘Cosmic Love’ and the haunting cover of the classic ‘Stand By Me’ recorded for Songs From Final Fantasy XV.     

    King Princess (aka Mikaela Straus) - American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist will open at each of the Australian and New Zealand shows.  In 2019 King Princess released her debut studio album Cheap Queen, which featured the title track ‘Cheap Queen’ and ‘Prophet’, and in 2022 released the sophomore album Hold On Baby, featuring the hits, ‘Let Us Die’,  ‘Little Brother’ and ‘For My Friends’.  King Princess will also perform two east coast headline shows on The Hold On Baby Tour in Melbourne and Sydney this March.  

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