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the moment we’ve all been waiting for, Florence + The Machine are returning to the stage for the first time since 2012 and have just released their UK tour dates. The reaction to Florence’s newest album ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’ has been immense, with it heading straight to the top of this weeks UK album chart, selling more than the other top 5 albums combined. It’s also iTunes #1 in 24 other countries and is set to top the USA billboard chart.

The tour kicks off in Sept and will have a 12 date tour across the countries biggest arenas, finishing on 4 nights at London’s Alexandra Palace. Tickets go on sale Friday 12th June 2015, get yours here.

Full tour dates:
09/09 Odyssey, Belfast
10/09 3 Arena, Dublin
12/09 Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield
14/09 SSE Hydro, Glasgow
15/09 Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
17/09 Capital Arena, Nottingham
18/09 Arena, Manchester
19/09 Genting Arena, Birmingham
21/09 Alexandra Palace, London
22/09 Alexandra Palace, London
24/09 Alexandra Palace, London
25/09 Alexandra Palace, London