Florence + the Machine at Utilita Arena Birmingham 2022: how to get pre-sale tickets and when is general sale?

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Florence is back on tour this year - here’s all you need to know ahead of tickets going on sale

Indie rock band Florence + The Machine have announced an 11 date ‘Dance Fever’ Tour which will see them stop off in cities across the UK and further afield.

The tour is set to take place in November 2022, with the band playing in Paris first before heading back to the UK.

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The tour is for the band’s new album, also called ‘Dance Fever’ which is to be released on 22 May.

Who are Florence + The Machine?

Florence + The Machine are an indie rock band which was formed in London back in 2007.

Fronted by vocalist Florence Welch, the other band members are keyboardist Isabella Summers, guitarist Rob Ackroyd, harpist Tom Monger.

The band is often joined by a collaboration of other musicians and a collaboration of other musicians.

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Florence + The Machine have won countless awards during their career, including Best Solo Act at the 2011 and 2013 NME Music Awards.

Their first album, ‘Lungs’ was released in 2009. This was followed by ‘Ceremonials’ (2011), ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ (2015) and ‘High as Hope’ (2018).

When ‘Dance Fever’ is released later this year, it will be the band’s fifth studio album.

When do Florence + The Machine play in Birmingham?

The Birmingham show is the seventh date on Florence’s November tour schedule.

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The band will play at the Utilita Arena, Birmingham on Thursday, 24 November.

Where else will Florence + The Machine play?

By the time Florence performs in Birmingham, they will be over the halfway stage of their tour.

They come to Birmingham from Bournemouth, and perform in Leeds the day after their date at the Utilita Arena.

Florence + The Machine’s ‘Dance Fever’ November tour schedule is below.

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14 Accor Arena, Paris; 16 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff; 18 The O2, London; 19 The O2, London; 21 BIC, Bournemouth; 22 AO Arena, Manchester; 24 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham; 25 First Direct Arena, Leeds; 27 OVO Hydro, Glasgow; 28 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham; 30 Arena, Dublin

Who is supporting Florence + The Machine?

Florence will be supported on all of their tour dates apart from the two in London by Oxfordshire singer-songwriter Willie J Healey.

For the two dates at the O2 Arena in London, the support act will be east London based singer and director Aziya.

When do pre-sale tickets go on sale?

The pre-sale tickets window for the November 2022 arena tour, including the Birmingham date, opens two days before the tickets are released on general sale.

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To qualify for the pre-sale, you need to have ordered the band’s new album ‘Dance Fever’ before Tuesday 22 March.

This can be done by visiting the official Florence + The Machine website.

Once you have purchased the album, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access pre-sale tickets.

Pre-sale tickets will be made available on Wednesday 23 March.

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Fans who are members of The Ticket Factory’s ‘Superfan’ club will get access to tickets from 8.45am on Tuesday, 24 March.

When are tickets on general sale?

Tickets for the Birmingham show will go on general sale at 9am on Friday 25 March.

According to the official Utilita Arena website, tickets will start at £41.60 and there will be other tickets costing £56.90, £59.20 and £68.20.

£1 from each ticket sold will go to the charity Choose Love which provides support to refugees and displaced people with everything from lifesaving rescue boats to food and legal advice.

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