Florence and The Machine Tickets
Madison Square Garden | Manhattan, New York
Famous English indie rock band Florence + The Machine is set to perform at the iconic Madison Square Garden on Friday 16th September 2022. The band announced their 2022 dour with dates across North America beginning from September and touching down at notable destinations such as Toronto, Chicago, Washington, New York and others. The band will have their final performance on 14th October at the famous Hollywood Bowl. Special guests are lined up for the tour, including Sam Fender, Yves Tumor, Wet Leg, Japanese Breakfast, King Princess, and Arlo Parks. The tour supports their latest album release, Dance Fever which is coming out in May. Their fans are pretty excited about the tour and if you’re one of them, get your tickets ASAP before they are sold out!
Florence and The Machine is one of the famous English indie Rock bands that has produced incredible music since its formation in 2007. The band comprises Florence Welch, Isabella Summers, Rob Ackroyd, Tom Monger and a collaboration of several other artists. They have received widespread praise for their music over time and have performed at some of the biggest stages. They also have a massive fan following in the U.S, which further adds to the popularity of their upcoming tour.
The band has received multiple Grammy nominations and is renowned for its indie rock genre. It has released five full-length studio albums, the famous ones being HB HB HB and Ceremonials and Lungs. They also hold twenty-five major awards, including the Brit award, NME, Webby, BBC Sound Of Award and Billboard Music Award. Florence and the Machine is also an excellent live experience, as their on-stage chemistry and energy is unmatchable. They are known for selling out venues, and this performance at the iconic Madison Square Garden is expected to be one of the biggest of the band’s career. Get your tickets right now and catch them live at Madison Square Garden on 16th September 2022. Hurry up before all of them are sold out!