Floetry Is Reunited and It Feels So Good


Floetry Is Reunited and It Feels So Good

The duo will be playing two New York City shows this month.

Published July 17, 2015

New York City Floetry fans, this is your chance! Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart are back together and the pair is set to bring their comeback tour to New York City for a two-night stint at B.B. King's.


According to B.B. King's official site, the ladies' tour hits the Big Apple on July 19-20 and will give fans the opportunity to meet the ladies. Meet and greet packages are available in addition to regular purchases on Ticketmaster.

Tickets for the shows vary in price with general admission priced at $69.50 in advance — $75 on the day of the show — and $105 for VIP. If you're about that group life, booths are also available: $420 for a booth of four and $630 for a booth of six. Also, it doesn't matter if you're a young or older fan as all ages are welcome to the event.

The new-soul/hip hop duo broke up after their 2005 sophomore album, Flo'Ology. They are known for hit songs like "Getting Late," "Floetic" and the Billboard Hot 100 top 40 hit "Say Yes."

Check out one-half of the duo, Marsha Ambrosius, discussing how music impacted her life in the clip below:

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Written by Moriba Cummings


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