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Monday, March 7th, 2016

Florence and The Machine Tour Dates, Cheap Concert Tickets 2016

Florence and The MachineUK indie rock tour de force known as Florence and The Machine are continuing their rise to the top with a lengthy tour covering South America, US and Europe.

The gang will start the tour with a homecoming gig in London on February 26, live at the St John at Hackney Church. Then, in mid-March, the gang will travel far to reach South America and rock some of the continents biggest festivals, such as the Festival Estereo Picnic and the iconic Lollapalooza.

The run will then continue in mid-April with a week-long tour across Europe, and really heat up in May with a US trek that will keep the group busy for over a month. Some of the notable North American dates include shows in St. Paul and Denver, along with a set of two gigs in Canada during early June.

Finally, the band’s final show will appropriately take place where it all started – with yet another homecoming gig in London, this time around as a part of Barclaycard British Summer Time 2016 festival at the iconic Hyde Park.

Florence and The Machine US/Canada Schedule & Tix Prices




Tix Prices


May 13 Time TBA Atlanta, GA – Shaky Knees Music Festival $179-$360 Centennial Olympic Park
May 13 7:30PM Miami, FL $14-$421 American Airlines Arena
May 14 7:30PM Orlando, FL $7-$761 Amway Center
May 17 7:30PM Spring, TX $18-$990 The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
May 18 7:30PM Dallas, TX $14-$5400 American Airlines Center
May 19 7:30PM Austin, TX $32-$444 Austin360 Amphitheater
May 20 Time TBA Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Music Festival $261-$1892 Gulf Shores Beach
May 24 8:00PM Bonner Springs, KS $31-$738 Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
May 26 7:00PM Denver, CO $17-$462 Pepsi Center
May 27 Time TBA Napa, CA – BottleRock Festival $415-$4590 Napa Valley Expo
May 27 Time TBA Quincy, WA – Sasquatch! Festival $135-$810 Gorge Amphitheatre
May 28 Time TBA Napa, CA – BottleRock Festival $166-$540 Napa Valley Expo
Jun 02 7:30PM Saint Paul, MN $15-$734 Xcel Energy Center
Jun 04 7:30PM Cuyahoga Falls, OH $31-$1800 Blossom Music Center
Jun 07 7:30PM Mansfield, MA $27-$1800 Xfinity Center
Jun 08 7:30PM Montreal, Canada $61-$324 Centre Bell
Jun 10 7:30PM Toronto, Canada $63-$810 Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
Jun 11 7:30PM Clarkston, MI $47-$540 DTE Energy Music Theatre
Jun 12 7:30PM Tinley Park, IL $9-$679 Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Jun 14 7:30PM Brooklyn, NY $11-$543 Barclays Center
Jun 15 7:30PM Brooklyn, NY $54-$675 Barclays Center
Jun 16 Time TBA Dover, DE $336-$855 The Woodlands of Dover International Speedway
Jun 17 2:00PM Camden, NJ – Radio 104.5’s 9th Birthday Show $18-$4500 BB&T Pavilion


Florence and The Machine bioThe journey of Florence and The Machine began in 2007 in London, UK, and it was only two years later that the band exploded on the global rock scene as one of the top indie bands of today.

In July 2009, “Lungs” was unveiled, presenting the world with a unique blend of indie rock, indie pop, baroque pop, art rock, and neo soul. A total of six singles stood out, including “Kiss with a Fist,” “Dog Days Are Over,” “Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up),” “Drumming Song,” and more.

The record went on to sell 3 million copies around the globe, a very impressive figure for a rock-oriented band these days, securing the group a spot among the most prominent acts on the scene.

From the beginning, the band functioned as a seven-piece act, featuring Florence Welch on lead vocals and percussion, Isabella Summers on keyboards and backing vocals, lead guitarist Robert Ackroyd, Christopher Lloyd Hayden behind the drum kit, Tom Monger on harp, xylophone and occasional bass guitar, Mark Saunders on bass guitar, backing vocals and percussion, and Rusty Bradshaw on keyboards, rhythm guitar and backing vocals.

The success continued with 2011’s “Ceremonials,” which sold over two million units worldwide thanks to hit singles like “Shake It Out,” “No Light, No Light,” and “Never Let Me Go.” “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” followed in 2015, and saw the band topping the US Billboard 200 chart for the first time in history.

Florence and The Machine have a great advantage of being a seven-piece band with amazing dynamics and a vast sonic landscape, making their live shows a sight to see. A lot of things are going on onstage, and they all forge a unique sound image. Therefore, if the boys and gals are in your area, buy Florence and The Machine tickets now!

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