Florence + The Machine

High as Hope Tour

Plus special guests : Wet

16 Nov 2018

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    Florence + the Machine has announced a return to Birmingham as part of the ‘High As Hope Tour’.

    This follows the news of Florence + the Machine’s hugely-anticipated fourth new album, ‘High As Hope’, which already has the feel of a career-defining moment for Florence, venturing into new territory as much as it reaches back to one’s roots.

    A recent show in London was greeted with a series of 5-star reviews, in which Florence teased new material for the first time.

    “one of the most thrilling shows of the year,” The Times

    “a euphoric return by a singular talent,” The Telegraph

    “a towering performer twists back with power and poetry,” Evening Standard”

  • Countdown to showtime

  • Performance Times

    Our performance times are usually confirmed closer to the show. We’ll post the times as soon as we can get them, so check back about a week before for updates.

  • food & drink


    We are going cashless across all our food and drink kiosks in Forum Live and the kiosks either side of the Arena bowl. Why? Cashless payment means speedier service and less queuing. So, we’re asking folk to ditch the dosh and pay by card. Find out more here.

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    • Wet
  • Hospitality Tickets

    Amplify are proud to offer a bespoke hospitality experience for Florence + The Machine, this includes:

    • Convenient, allocated car parking
    • Pre show and interval access to a private lounge
    • Great ticket to enjoy the show
    • Two-course meal in one of our restaurants
    • Three complimentary drinks vouchers / Cash bar facility

    To take advantage of this offer you can get your tickets today!

  • Did you know?

    Florence and the Machine are an English indie rock band that formed in London in 2007, consisting of lead singer Florence Welch, keyboardist Isabella Summers, and a collaboration of other artists. The band's music received praise across the media, especially from the BBC, which played a large part in their rise to prominence by promoting Florence and the Machine as part of BBC Introducing. At the 2009 Brit Awards they received the Brit Awards "Critics' Choice" award. The band's music is renowned for its dramatic and eccentric production and also Welch's powerful vocal performances.