FLORENCE + THE MACHINE MAKES HISTORY AS FIRST WOMAN HEADLINER OF OUTSIDE LANDS ON HIGHEST ATTENDED DAY IN FESTIVAL HISTORY

TOURING NORTH AMERICA THIS FALL

Florence + the Machine made history this weekend as the first woman headliner of Outside Lands in San Francisco, headlining the most attended day in the festival’s history on Saturday. Florence Welch debuted a brand new live show creative directed by Willo Perron of WP&A—watch highlights from the set here.

The band will embark on a North American headline tour this fall in celebration of the release of the new album High As Hope, out now on Republic Records—get it here. The 23-city tour kicks off September 8 in Vancouver and includes two nights at Los AngelesHollywood Bowl and Washington, D.C.’s The Anthem, with further stops at New York’s Barclays Center and in Seattle, Portland, Nashville, Philadelphia, Chicago and more. Tickets are on sale now, visit florenceandthemachine.net for more information.

High as Hope was co-produced Florence and Emile Haynie and featuring contributions from Kamasi Washington, Sampha, Tobias Jesso Jr, Kelsey Lu, Jamie xx and Thomas Barlett, the album includes “Hunger,” “Big God” and “Sky Full of Song.”

For more information, please contact Carla Sacks or Reid Kutrow at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

 

FLORENCE + THE MACHINE LIVE
*with Wet
†with St. Vincent and Lizzo
‡with Kamasi Washington
§with Billie Eilish
**with Beth Ditto
††with Grizzly Bear
‡‡with Perfume Genius


August 5 /// Montreal, QC, Canada /// Osheaga
August 9 /// Lake Tahoe, NV /// Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys*
August 11 /// San Francisco, CA /// Outside Lands
September 8 /// Vancouver, BC, Canada /// Skookum Festival
September 10 /// Seattle, WA /// KeyArena†
September 11 /// Portland, OR /// Moda Center†
September 14 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Maverik Center†
September 15 /// Denver, CO /// Grandoozy Festival
September 22 /// Las Vegas, NV /// Life Is Beautiful
September 23 /// San Diego, CA /// Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University‡
September 25 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Hollywood Bowl‡
September 26 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Hollywood Bowl‡
September 29 /// Dallas, TX /// The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory‡
September 30 /// Houston, TX /// The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion‡
October 2 /// Nashville, TN /// Bridgestone Arena§
October 3 /// Charlotte, NC /// Spectrum Center§
October 5 /// Washington, D.C. /// The Anthem**
October 6 /// Washington, D.C. /// The Anthem**
October 9 /// New York, NY /// Barclays Center‡
October 12 /// Boston, MA /// TD Garden††
October 13 /// Uncasville, CT /// Mohegan Sun Arena††
October 14 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Wells Fargo Center††
October 16 /// Toronto, ON, Canada /// Air Canada Centre††
October 19 /// Chicago, IL /// United Center‡‡
October 20 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Target Center‡‡