January 27, 2010 22:52

Florence And The Machine announce North American tour

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Florence And The Machine have announced details of a North American tour, set to commence in April.

The five-date tour will kick off at Terminal 5 in New York on April 9, with further shows in Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver and Seattle, also planned.

As previously reported, Florence And The Machine are set to play this year's Coachella festival and will also embark on a headline tour of the UK in May.

Florence And The Machine will play:

New York, NY Terminal 5 (April 9)
Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre (10)
Chicago, IL House of Blues (12)
Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom (14)
Seattle, OR Showbox At The Market (15)
Indio, CA Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (18)

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