Florence Welch graces the stage in a cream lace dress as she wows crowds in Manchester – after postponing her tour due to a broken foot
Florence Welch was the star every inch as she took the stage at Manchester’s AO Arena on Friday night.
The hitmaker, 36, who performs with her indie rock band Florence And The Machine, wore an eye-catching lace cream dress for the event, featuring wide, flowing arms and ruched panels.
We saw her singing with all her heart, singing classics like Dog Days Are Over and Kiss With A Fist.
The beauty wore her loose strawberry blonde tresses for the concert in a straightened style.
It comes after she returned to the stage after postponing her Dance Fever tour when she broke her foot while performing at The O2 in November.
Singing her heart out: Florence Welch was every inch the star in a cream lace dress as she took the stage at Manchester’s AO Arena on Friday night
She wore swipes of makeup to highlight her pretty features during the concert.
The star has postponed her Dance Fever tour after breaking her foot while performing at London’s O2 Arena in November.
The pop singer, who is the lead singer of Florence + The Machine, used her Instagram Stories at the time to update her fans.
She wrote: ‘So sorry to say that after an x-ray I felt like I was dancing on a broken foot last night.
“It’s not in my nature to postpone a show, and certainly not a UK tour, but I’m in pain and as dancers know, dancing over an injury is not a good idea.
“Please save your tickets. We are working hard to reschedule these dates to next year and will update you as soon as possible.
“I’m heartbroken because the Dance Fever Tour was my favorite show we’ve ever put on. The fellowship with you. Your beautiful faces are shining.
“I love you so much and I’m so sorry to everyone who’s disappointed. My heart hurts.
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“I can’t wait to be back on my feet and in your arms again.”
Florence realized during her last performance in November that she was dancing with a broken foot.
The Dance Fever Tour promotes Florence + The Machine’s fifth studio album.
The production sees Florence and her indie band hit the stage in places including Australia, New Zealand, Greece and Spain this year.
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