FLORENCE & THE MACHINE
Wells Fargo Theatre
Thursday, July 26th
On-Sale: Friday 7/13 @ 10am
Months after selling out their July 25th show at Red Rocks, Florence and the Machine have added a second Denver show on July 26 at Wells Fargo Theatre. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am! Tickets for their Red Rocks show are completely sold out.
On the heels of the November release of the stunning Ceremonials CD, one of 2011’s most critically acclaimed albums, Florence + The Machine are heading back to the states for the 2nd leg of their tour. Ticket sales went so quickly for the April/May dates that there was high demand to have them return. The first US date is July 21st at White River Ampitheater in Auburn, WA.
With recent appearances on Saturday Night Live, GMA, X-Factor, The View, VH 1 Divas and Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Years Eve, Florence fans will get to enjoy the star in a triumphant return to the live stage. Florence + The Machine are expected to perform songs from CEREMONIALS as well as songs from her multi-platinum debut album LUNGS.
Florence + The Machine will also be appearing on an upcoming MTV Unplugged in March.
Her April/May tour follows her last appearance in the US, which included sold out dates at Summerstage and the Greek in LA as well as the Bonnaroo Music Festival and four stadium shows with U2.
CEREMONIALS, recorded at the famed Abbey Road Studios and produced by Paul Epworth (Adele) was released in the US on November 1st and debuted on the Billboard Top 100 Charts at No. 6. It received glowing reviews including Four Stars (****) from Rolling Stone, US Magazine, NY Post and scores of other publications. It was on a slew of Top Ten Best Albums including Time, Entertainment Weekly and People. Amongst the raves: “Like Them (U2), Florence and the Machine are a true band, who channel garage-rock camaraderie into a huge, lashing sound more fit for an Olympian mountain peak than a garage. And like U2, Florence and the Machine are fronted by a singer with the pipes, and the shamelessness, to pull off the melodrama – to turn the ridiculous into the sublime,” Rolling Stone. “A bold, epic album of rare transcendence,” commented US Magazine…“A star at the ascent of her rise,” Newsweek. “Stunning sophomore effort. Florence sings as sweetly as a nightingale,” NY Post.
Nominated for a Grammy for Best New Artist and an MTV Video of the Year Award with unforgettable performances on 2010’s MTV Video Music Awards, the Grammys and the Academy Awards, Florence Welch is poised to cast her spell as she dances across US concert stages.