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Florence + The Machine to play at Pula Arena 

Florence + The Machine to play at Pula Arena 

Florence + The Machine to play at Pula Arena

Zagreb, 23 January 2023 – Florence + The Machine are coming to play at the spectacular Pula Arena for what will be their first independent concert in Croatia.

Seven years after their festival performance here in Croatia, Florence + The Machine will bring their spectacular and production-rich Dance Fever tour to Pula. 

Florence + The Machine will perform on Sunday, June 18, 2023 in the stunning amphitheatre.

Their Dance Fever tour follows the impressive last studio album of the same name, and has taken them to some of the most impressive venues around the world. For several days in a row, they sold out locations such as the O2 in London, Madison Square Garden in New York or the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

Perhaps the most beautiful concert space that this part of Europe has was chosen for the monastery performance in Croatia. The two-thousand-year-old amphitheater will be the perfect stage on which Florence + The Machine will present their new album, but also recall some of the biggest hits from their entire career.

Florence + The Machine have sold more than 17 million albums worldwide, won numerous Brit Awards, been nominated for seven Grammy Awards and topped music charts around the world. Media such as The Sunday Times called Florence one of the most special vocalists, and she ended up on the list of the most influential people in the world according to Time magazine.

Florence + The Machine to play at Pula Arena 

Florence (Press)

Since her debut in 2009 with “Lungs”, which won the Brit Awards for the best album of the year and became one of the best-selling albums of the period, Florence Welch, together with the band Florence + The Machine, has grown into one of the most recognisable and captivating vocalists.

It was followed by 2011’s ‘Ceremonials’ which went to number one on the UK Albums Chart, and the successor ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ went to number one on the Billboard US Albums Chart, took them to headline performances at the biggest festivals like Glastonbury, while Florence won the Ivor Novello International Achievement Award as a singer-songwriter.

The fourth album in 2018 “High as Hope” once again earned Florence media praise for her vocal abilities, topped the global album charts and took the band on sold-out world tours.

The latest and long-awaited fifth album “Dance Fever”, released last year, immediately went to number one in the UK, topped the charts all over Europe and the world, and was highly praised for its diversity of sound, lyrics and vocal abilities.

With the singles “King”, “Free”, “My Love”, Rolling Stone describes it as one of the most exciting releases to date, while Pitchfork says it is an ode to the power of dance and freedom in movement.

With the latest songs and studio work that once again puts Florence + The Machine at the very top of the world music scene, the band has woven its dark and romantic, art and indie rock expression into many pores of pop culture.

“Kiss with a Fist”, “Dog Days Are Over”, “Rabbit Heart (Raise it Up)”, “Cosmic Love”, “Drumming Song”, “You’ve Got the Love”, “Shake It Out”, ” What the Water Gave Me”, “Never Let Me Go”, “No Light, No Light”, “Spectrum”, “Ship to Wreck”, “What Kind of Man” or “Hunger” are just some of the singles that entered into recent musical history.

Florence + The Machine to play at Pula Arena 

Pula Arena

As one of the most significant foreign guest appearances this year, Florence + The Machine will play an all-night show in the Pula Arena, where they will present new songs and a cross-section of their great career in addition to a sumptuous production.

Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, January 25 at 10:00 a.m. via the www.eventim.hr system and at all their physical points of sale.

The early bird contingent of the parterre is priced at 59 euros, and when sold out the price goes to 69 euros. The early bird contingent of the stand is priced at 77 euros, and after the sale, the price goes to 89 euros. The standing grass sector will be sold at a single price of 53 euros.

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