Florence And The Machine Philadelphia Tickets
Florence and the Machine will soon perform live in the City of Brotherly Love. So, get your Florence and the Machine Philadelphia tickets now as Philadelphia has a bit of a reputation for hosting the greatest music concerts on the east coast. This fall will be another season of live music performance as Florence and the Machine is set to hold their Philadelphia concert on the 14th of October. Philly, once the epicenter of American Revolution has now transformed into the sixth most populous city in the US, which is also the citadel of American arts and music. The Kimmel Center, home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, is the center of all classical music activities in the city. In addition, Philadelphia has given birth to artists such as Chubby Checker, Hall & Oates, Pink, Meek Mill and others.
About the Band
Florence and the Machine was formed in 2007 in London and is a collaboration of Florence Welch and Isabella Summers along with other musicians. Renowned for powerful vocals and its eccentric style of music, the band has received positive responses from critics and managed to win the hearts of millions. This was further supported by the fact that the band managed to win various awards and had been nominated multiple times at different platforms.
Florence and the Machine’s musical style has been described as “dark, robust and romantic”. Hence one can see a mixture of different genres in their work.
High as Hope Tour
Currently, Florence and the Machine is headlining its latest High as Hope Tour, making a stop at the Wells Fargo Center soon. The event is in high demand, so get your Florence and the Machine Philadelphia tickets now.
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