Florence + The Machine have announced brand new rescheduled tour dates after the band were forced to briefly postpone their run of shows due to an injury sustained to their lead singer. Florence Welch broke her foot during a performance at The O2 performance in London earlier in November.
Taking to social media, Welch confirmed that she unknowingly played the London concert with her foot fractured, and the injury was only confirmed the next day after an x-ray. The injury ended their run of shows to be held in 2022.
After sustaining the injury, Welch said “Please hang on to your tickets. We are working our hardest to reschedule these dates for next year and we will let you know as soon as possible.”
Confirming the rescheduled tour dates, Welch wrote on Instagram: “We practice resurrection. Thank you so much for everyone’s kindness and understanding. See you very soon. F x”
The indie rock band originated in London, and this year were celebrating their 15th year after forming in 2007. They are arguably most known for their hits such as ‘Dog Days Are Over’ and ‘You’ve Got The Love’.
When are Florence + The Machine performing in London?
The new rescheduled dates see the rock band perform in London first. They will be performing at The O2 arena on Saturday, January 28 2023.
Are original tickets for Florence + The Machine still valid?
In an Instagram post, releasing information regarding the rescheduled tour dates, lead singer Welch said “All bookings for the original dates remain valid for the rescheduled shows. If unfortunately you are unable to attend for any reason a refund is available from your point of purchase.”
Florence + The Machine rescheduled tour dates
Saturday, January 28: London, The O2 Arena
Sunday, January 29: Birmingham, Resorts World Arena (Venue change)
Tuesday, January 31: Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
Wednesday, February 1: Glasgow, OVO Hydro Arena
Friday, February 3: Manchester, AO Arena
Saturday, February 4: Leeds, First Direct Arena
Monday, February 6: Bournemouth, International Centre
Wednesday, February 8: Dublin, 3Arena