Quentin Stewart from Houston, Texas
I love Florence and the Machine & try to go see her when she performs in Houston . I'm somewhat shy & intaverted, but when I'm at her concert I put away all those feelings. I sing all of her songs with her. She aske the audience to hold hands at one point & it was A ok with me. Then she asked us to hug the person next to us! Awesome.!! I can't wait for her to come back to Houston. I would definitely recommend planning to see her for a great night out, there's not a bad seat in the arena and anyone - children, young & old would truly enjoy her concerts. Love You Florence.
Greg from Los Angeles, California
I'm a dude and went with my wife, wasn't expecting much but holy smokes, Florence is amazing. At one point she asked the audience to hold hands, which is something often uncomfortable to do with strangers, but I held the hand of the girl next to me at Florence's request; then she went into a song, and we continued to hold hands. After about a minute I was thinking this girl must want to let go of this strange man's hand; but then I looked at her, she looked at me, we both smiled and continued holding hands. After the song was over we looked at each other as we released our hands, and we both agreed that it had been nice. It was one of the nicest experiences I've had at a concert, and to think Florence made us feel so comfortable and full of joy that in these days of #MeToo - a young woman was unafraid and felt comfortable enough to hold the hand of a strange man for several minutes. Truly magical...
Gordon freeman from Los Angeles, California
FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE DISNEY CONCERT HALL
it was like being in a crystal ball snow globe and being bombarded with emotions with no possible explanations. i swear i saw angels flying around Florence and the fans. full body chills like you entered a magical dimension of joyous sadness. it took me three days to come down from this magnificent enchantress and her truly beautiful aura. the Concert Hall is truly unique and fit perfectly for the musically transcendent feelings.
Chris from Las Vegas, Nevada
COME ON VEGAS
Florence and the Machine always puts on a great show. I was stunned and disappointed to see them playing to a (conservatively) half empty arena. Having been to VGK games where there was not an empty seat to seeing the entire upstairs curtained and whole section (6,7) seemingly empty, seeing half of GA empty, shame on the promoters for doing such a terrible job of planning and promoting this show. FatM deserved and put on a show meriting a better showing than they received.
Victoria Ellen from Boston, Massachusetts
A FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE EXPERIENCE YOU’LL NEVER FORGET
What can I say, I LOVE big, strong voices. Florence will not disappoint! She is of a warm and humble nature’. She struck me as shy in the early days but at age 32’ Florence has come a long, long way! Favorite song on the High as Hope album definitely goes to the song “Patricia” , written for the NY artist Patty Smith
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