Ellie Goulding Announces Exclusive U.S. Concert Series with Orchestral Magic

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Ellie Goulding, the multiplatinum-selling singer/songwriter, has announced an exclusive three-night concert series in the U.S. this fall. This limited engagement promises enchanting musical experiences in intimate settings with Ellie and renowned orchestras.

The journey kicks off in New York City on Thursday, November 16, at the Kings Theatre, featuring the Wordless Music Orchestra. On Monday, November 20, San Francisco welcomes Ellie at Davies Symphony Hall, where she’ll perform with the San Francisco Symphony. Lastly, on Wednesday, November 22, Los Angeles hosts her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

Secure your tickets during the artist pre-sale on Thursday, September 7, at 10 am PDT or the general ticket sales on Friday, September 8, at 10 am PDT. For more information, visit https://www.elliegoulding.com/ or sfsymphony.org/ellie for San Francisco.

Ellie Goulding’s fusion of her music with orchestral arrangements promises a unique and unforgettable experience. Enjoy reimagined versions of her chart-topping hits, classics, and selections from her latest acclaimed album, “Higher Than Heaven,” available on Interscope Records.

Ellie Goulding’s impressive career spans various musical genres, earning her recognition from Forbes, Billboard, and Rolling Stone. With numerous accolades and chart-toppers, she’s not just a musical sensation but also an influential activist and philanthropist, dedicated to making a positive impact globally. Join Ellie on this extraordinary musical journey that transcends boundaries and genres.

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