In this day and age where “instant popcorn” music is all the rage, we have lost touch with artist and music who have given us more than just an instant hit and music that lacks true meaning and soul.
One of the mainstay acts that we turned to for such tunes throughout the 2000’s was British neo-soul group Floetry, comprised of Marsha Ambrosius (“the Songstress”) and Natalie Stewart (“the Floacist”), who gave us songs that we loved such as “Say Yes” and “Getting Late”. All seemed well in the house of floetic, until the group went through a few lineup changes, and then abruptly disbanded in 2007, leaving fans high and dry.
That dry feeling lasted until December 2014 when Stewart came out on stage during Ambrosius’ concert and performed “Floetic” at The Clapham Grand in London. After that moment happened, fans started to speculate and the two members started to tease a 2015 “Reunion Tour”. Now at last, we can put the rumors to bed!
Floetry WILL be venturing on a Summer 2015 tour to span the United States. No official press release has been made, but we have noticed that tickets for selected shows have been going on sale, as well as Concert Daily getting a hold of a “non finalized” list of dates and Marsha has made comments about the tour being real. Check the dates of shows below, which may not all have a set venue as of yet, with more dates to hopefully be added, so stay locked here for all the latest information.
Floetry’s 2015 Reunion Tour Dates:
May 16 – Atlanta, GA., Funk Fest
Jun. 17 – Cleveland, OH., Hard Rock Casino Northfield Park
Jun. 18 – Columbus, OH., The Xclusive Venue
Jun. 19 – St. Louis, MO., The Pageant
Jun. 20 – Detroit, MI., Chene Park Amphitheatre
Jun. 21 – Hammond, IN., The Venue @ Horseshoe Casino
Jun. 23 – Denver, CO., Ogden Theater
Jun. 24 – Anaheim, CA., House Of Blues
Jun. 25 – San Francisco, CA., The Regency Ballroom
Jun. 26 – Tacoma WA., Temple Theater
Jun. 28 – Phoenix, AZ., Celebrity Theatre
Jul. 1 – San Antonio, TX., Aztec
Jul. 2 – Dallas, TX., Medusa
Jul. 3 – Houston, TX., Arena Theater
Jul. 5 – New Orleans, LA., Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Essence Festival)
Jul. 7 – Nashville, TN., City Winery
Jul. 8 – Birmingham, AL., Iron City
Jul. 9 – Louisville, KY., Center of Arts
Jul. 10 – Charlotte, NC., Knight Theater
Jul. 11 – Atlanta, GA., Center Stage
Jul. 12 – Durham, NC., DPAC – Durham Performing Arts Center
Jul. 15 – Norfolk, VA., The Norva
Jul. 16 – Richmond, VA., The National
Jul. 17 – Philadelphia, PA., Theatre of Living Arts
Jul. 18 – Newark, NJ., Prudential Center
Jul. 19 – New York, NY., B.B. King Blues Club and Grill
Aug. 8 – Columbia, MD., Merriweather Post Pavilion