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About Florence and the Machine

Florence and The Machine Tickets

No one can belt out a note and hold it like Florence Welche of band Florence and the Machine. From “Dog Days Are Over” to her more recent work, Florence blows us away every time she opens her mouth.

That’s not to say that the other part of the machine, Isabella Summers, isn’t impressive as well. Her instrumentals give Florence the background to belt her notes over and are an integral part of the band’s almost eerie indie sound. Even though they’ve experienced traditional success, the band has never been mainstream. Even their first label, Moshi Moshi, was independent,  which gives them the freedom to release whatever kind of tracks they want.


From South London Duo to World Famous Band

The two women joined forces in 2007, in Southern London. They started making music together, and released the single “Kiss with a Fist”. It did well in indie circles, though it didn’t break through to the mainstream charts.

That wouldn’t happen until they signed with Island Records and put out their first full-length record Lungs. That record not only broke through to mainstream UK charts but was one of 2009’s most popular records. One of the songs on that record was “Dog Days Are Over,” which still gets radio play on generalist stations at least once, if not twice, a day.


Grammys and Gorgeous Gowns

If you’ve ever been to a Florence and The Machine show, you know what we mean by “gorgeous gowns”. Florence’s style is somewhere between old-world movie star and fairy-princess – she wants her clothing to move on the stage as she moves. Her and her band have been nominated for five Grammy awards, though they’ve never won one. They’ve won plenty of British awards, and their lack of Grammys hasn’t impacted their success. The group loves to play at music festivals and tries their best to only perform their music outside. 



How much are Florence and The Machine tickets?

Florence and The Machine ticket prices will differ depending on the source and the seats. The best price for Florence and The Machine tickets is usually around $50 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats! If you want floor seats, or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue, you could easily be looking at a few hundred dollars more.


How to buy Florence and The Machine tickets?

Florence and The Machine ticket prices are going to be pretty high if purchased directly from the box office. That means the best way to buy cheap Florence and The Machine tickets is online through a ticket marketplace. Ticket marketplaces like Gametime are perfect because they put you in contact with resellers looking to move seats at a relative bargain. It’s the safest and most affordable way to get the best price for Florence and The Machine tickets.


What’s Florence and The Machine tour setlist?

You never know what’s going to happen at a Florence and The Machine concert, but here’s the average tour setlist:

  • June
  • Hunger
  • Ship to Wreck
  • Only If for a Night
  • Queen of Peace
  • Patricia
  • Dog Days Are Over
  • Jenny of Oldstones
  • 100 Years
  • Moderation
  • The End of Love
  • Cosmic Love
  • Delilah
  • What Kind of Man
  • No Choir
  • Big God
  • Shake It Out
  • You’ve Got The Love


How long is a Florence and The Machine concert?

With such an epic setlist, you can expect Florence and The Machine’s performance to last for around 90 minutes, from start to finish. When you take opening acts into account, you’re looking at two to three hours of entertainment. 


How much are Florence and The Machine floor seats?

The best way to see Florence and The Machine live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are always super expensive. The cheap end of floor seats can easily be $107 to $280, and if you’re seeing Florence and The Machine at a venue with stage pit seats it could be even more pricey.

Of course, there are ways around this. There’s a great strategy for cutting Florence and The Machine ticket prices on floor seats, and the best part is that it requires you to do literally nothing but wait. Waiting until the last minute can get you some great discounts because resellers with unsold seats don’t make any money. Wait it out and watch those prices drop to something more affordable, and then enjoy your floor seats!