Ellie Goulding to stop in Miami for summer show

Ellie Goulding to stop in Miami for summer show

Ellie Goulding Miami

After entrancing the crowd at the iconic Coachella music festival in California this month, Ellie Goulding is preparing for her Summer concert here in Miami.

Nearly every review of Goulding’s live performances – from professional writers all the way down to the social media critics — has been glowing. In fact, her Coachella performance left the crowd of listeners chanting her name as she wrapped up her set, according to Elle magazine.

Miami visitors will get the chance to witness her magic at the American Airlines Arena on June 3. Tickets prices start at $32. To buy your tickets, visit

Last year Goulding has nominated for her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance for her single “Love Me Like You Do” from the soundtrack of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, which brought in nearly $600 million at the box office.

But that Grammy nomination was no surprise, the British singer and songwriter has been on an upward track since the release of her first studio album, Lights, debuted at Number 1 on the UK Albums Chart. The next year she got the chance to sing at the Buckingham Palace at the wedding reception of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The singer started to make a name for herself on US soil when she released the “Lights” the title track from her debut album here in 2011. The song peaked at Number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Goulding, who is at the height of her commercial success right now, has proven time and again that she is a pro at putting on an amazing show. And that’s exactly what’s expected for her June concert in Miami.

Fans, it’s time to set you plans. Book your stay at the trendsetting Hotel Urbano and make sure you are front and center for an always action-packed weekend in Miami.

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