SOLD OUT // FLORENCE + THE MACHINE

The incredible FLORENCE + THE MACHINE will visit The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe on Sunday, 6 May as part of a short UK tour.

Tickets for this standing/seated gig go on sale at 10am on Friday.
Florence Welch is a musician and artist hailing from London, who has released three critically acclaimed albums with her band Florence + The Machine.
Florence achieved world-wide success with her extraordinary debut album Lungs in 2009 and the equally huge follow-up Ceremonials in 2011. Her third album How Big, How Blue,How Beautiful, released in 2015, followed her previous two albums straight to the top of the charts, and is a gorgeous album about heartbreak, neediness and longing.

Most recently, Florence released the track ‘Sky Full of Song’ for Record Store Day 2018,
which was released on vinyl as a 7″ on 21 April.

She is releasing her first book ‘Useless Magic’ on 10 July, which is a collection of her poetry, lyrics and artwork, published by Crown Publishing.

Tickets are priced £45 each, plus booking fee, plus £1 donation to Shelter.
Florence + The Machine has partnered with Shelter so that £1 from ticketing fees goes to
supporting people struggling with bad housing or homelessness.

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday from –> https://goo.gl/XJVJG4

Alternatively call The Box Office on 0844 8542776. * Calls cost 7p per minute plus your
phone company’s access charge.
Please note – tickets cannot be purchased in person from The Box Office for this show.

Published by Scunthorpe Nights

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