English indie rock band Florence and the Machine, since their 2007, debut has seen their success rise, especially in the United States after releasing their latest studio album “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” this past June. The album reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart, making it their most successful album in the States to date. The band will embark on their third headlining tour called “How Big Tour” which is already in play with the first leg of shows in the UK, then the tour will head to North America for the second leg of their tour with nine shows in mostly in the United States but also a concert event in Vancouver at the Rogers Arena.
The band traveled heavily on the festival circuit this summer, and they’re not quite done yet. Florence and the Machine will make one appearance at Austin City Limits on the Sunday of Weekend 2. The average price for single-day Austin City Limits tickets for the second Sunday is $405.26 with a get-in price of $183. It is currently the most expensive single day of the festival.
Florence and the Machine tickets for their tour in North America are going for an average price of $160.68 on the secondary market. The band will visit cities such Los Angeles, San Diego, Phoenix, Austin, Seattle, and more. Every show on their North American leg will see tickets on the secondary market at an asking average price of over $100.
Here’s the average setlist for Florence and Machine concerts this year.