Florence and The Machine tour dates
Florence Welch may be slender and may sound timid, but when she steps on stage she is the larger than life voice behind the supergroup Florence and the Machine. With the band once again on tour, here at StubHub you can buy and sell Florence and The Machine tickets. The band, which also consists of Isabella Summers, Robert Ackroyd and Tom Monger, have achieved phenomenal success with all their albums reaching the top spot in the UK and around the world. 2018 will see the release of a new Florence and The Machine album, High Hopes, and Florence and company are playing their new songs to fans worldwide. This is your chance to hear the incredible vocals of Florence Welch live in concert, Welch has the ability to sing softly before breaking out into explosive notes, leaving concert-goers stunned and begging for more. So, what are you waiting for? This one-of-a-kind band are on tour, buy Florence and The Machine concert tickets now.
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Florence and The Machine blew everyone away when they released their debut album, Lungs, in 2009. The band reached almost instant superstardom with Lungs entering many music charts within the Top 20. The band gained popularity for their song "Dog Days Are Over", "Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up) and "You've Got The Love". Their music was featured on multiple film soundtracks and the band received multiple music awards in 2010. Ceremonials, the band's sophomore album, spawned featured many great Florence and The Machine songs, including "Shake It Out," "No Light, No Light," and "What the Water Gave Me." The group's third album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, was released in 2015 and became their first Number 1 album in the USA thanks to hits like "Ship to Wreck", "Queen of Peace", and "What Kind of Man". With the imminent release of High Hopes, the new Florence and The Machine album, this is the time to see Florence and The Machine live in concert. Get your tickets before they undoubtedly sell out!
Hard to think that this amazing band’s name, actually began as a private joke! As Welch confessed that the name calls back to a time when Welch spent her youth collaborating with teenage friend Isabella “Machine” Summers (now on keyboards/backing vocals). Performing together under the name Florence Robot/Isa Machine, the name changed from Isa Machine tuned to The Machine, and they’ve been together ever since! So what are you doing still reading, make sure you buy your Florence and the Machine tickets now, right here at StubHub!
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