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Florence And The Machine with special guests The Drums

When:

Thu 29 Jul 2010, 6:30pm

Where: The Trusts Arena, 65-67 Central Park Dr, Henderson, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $99.90
  • VIP Lounge: $119.90
  • Additional fees may apply

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A red hot siren to warm up your winter…
Florence And The Machine Return To NZ in July!

“Florence and The Machine took the audience through a beautiful lyrical journey that exuded grace and confidence throughout the entire evening. I can easily say this was one of the most engaging and musically impressive shows that I have seen in a long time.” Faster Louder

Welch launches into her back catalogue with the crowd cheering uncontrollably at almost every turn… Clearly she's the festival favourite. Sydney Morning Herald

Rating: * * * * * Verdict: Magnificently mad, the debut album of the year. NZ Herald

“Stylishly staged, and performed with imagination and charisma… Florence has everything you could want from a budding star.” Telegraph.co.uk

There’s no two ways about it; New Zealand has fallen hard for Florence and The Machine. Since her debut visit, as this year’s St Jerome's Laneway Festival stand out act, the passion with which local fans have flocked to be a part of the Florence and The Machine experience has been electric. Never one to disappoint, Florence and The Machine return to New Zealand this July for an encore show that promises to be nothing short of spectacular.

The Florence and The Machine return tour begins in Auckland on Thursday 29 July at The Trusts Stadium. The tour then moves on to Australia’s premiere winter festival Splendour in the Grass at their brand new festival site in Woodford, Queensland to play to the masses on Saturday 31st July. Then on to Melbourne for a performance at Festival Hall on Tuesday 3rd August and finishing her East Coast run at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre on Thursday 5th August. From there, Florence and her band head west to Perth for their final Australian show at Challenge Stadium on Tuesday 10th August.

Florence began her gentle assault on Australasia as an indie darling and she has since broken through onto radio airwaves across both countries already setting herself up as one of the world’s next female superstars.

The 2009 release “Lungs” has been wholly embraced worldwide, with the BBC calling it “sheer gleeful bliss”, and Mojo exclaiming “This is a brave, bold…record from the kind of talent we should be ecstatically happy to have around”.

A new two disc plus enhanced video tour edition of the album is out through Universal Music on Monday 24th May.

Off the back of such a stellar debut Down Under, and heavy duty international festival commitments performing at Coachella, Glastonbury, Roskilde and the Primavera Sound Festival to name a few, Florence Welch is a woman in demand. In spite of a whirlwind European tour and over a million albums sold in the UK alone, Florence and The Machine still recognises the boundless passion Australasian fans have shown for her.

In July, we are broadening the scope, enlisting bigger venues and welcoming a growing legion of fans to engage with Florence and The Machine on a whole new level. Starring on yet another celebrated Australian music festival line up and playing a bunch of knock out headline shows, this sweet sounding love affair is about to really fire up.

Bust out your best attire, the UK’s favourite flame haired siren is coming back to town!

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