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MUMFORD & SONS ANNOUNCE 

3ARENA DUBLIN ON DECEMBER 2nd - SOLD OUT

DUE TO DEMAND
EXTRA SHOW ADDED ON THURSDAY DECEMBER 3rd - SOLD OUT 
 

Mumford & Sons capped off an incredible Summer with a huge return show at this years Reading Festival where they also announced details of a UK/Ireland arena tour for later this year (see dates below) which includes a date at Dublin’s 3Arena on December 2nd.

MUMFORD & SONS

BEST SUMMER EVER FOR THE BAND CONCLUDES TOMORROW NIGHT IN LEEDS AHEAD OF 11 DATE RUN AT END OF THE YEAR INCLUDING 3ARENA, DUBLIN

Mumford & Sons this evening capped off an incredible Summer with a huge return show at Reading Festival where they also announced details of a UK/Ireland arena tour for later this year which include a date at Dublin’s 3Arena on December 2nd.

SEVEN THINGS THAT HAPPENED TO MUMFORD & SONS THIS SUMMER…Back in June, Mumford & Sons returned to the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester Tennessee to headline an event they hold very close to their hearts. It was a carnival atmosphere that greeted the returning heroes for their first festival of the Summer, and they also managed to capture some behind-the-scenes festival fun for an unpredictably amusing video for The Wolf. Bonnaroo was the first of an incredible thirteen headline festival performances this Summer.

The band arrived back in Europe for some breathtaking headline shows in some equally as breathtaking locations. A capacity crowd at Verona’s ancient Roman amphitheatre was followed by a performance amongst the woodland of Goffertpark in Nijmegen, and then two incredible nights at Berlin’s Waldbühne amphitheatre as the sun set in the shadows of the city’s Olympic Stadium, for some of the band’s most memorable live performances to date.

On their travels, Mumford & Sons have made no secret of their love for new music. Hot new bands pepper the line-ups of The Stopovers across the globe, but one particular favourite is British artist, Shura. Their new found love went as far as reimagining her track 2Shy, for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge. Have a listen here

Aviemore in the Highlands of Scotland was the scene of the fifteenth of seventeen Gentlemen Of The Road Stopovers the band has curated and promoted to date, and the band’s first full British live performance since the release of their third album, Wilder Mind.  The Stopover line-ups this year have been stellar, including jaw-dropping performances from Foo Fighters, The Flaming Lips, Alabama Shakes, Primal Scream, and The Maccabees.

The band smartly followed that up with two jubilant sold-out dates at the legendary Forum in LA, joined on stage by Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus, The Vaccines, and Jack Garratt on the second night, to perform The Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams. Watch a fan recording here.

The band also managed to fit in a secret midnight performance at The Troubadour, the scene of their first ever show there back in February 2010. This time it was Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello who joined the band on stage, performing Bruce Springsteen’s Ghost Of Tom Joad to a fortunate few hundred fans. The evening concluded with Mumford & Sons, Tom Morello, Mark Hoppus, and T Bone Burnett covering Blink 182’s What’s My Age Again?

Watch a message from the band

                                                             
Jack Garratt will support the band on all dates, except 10th December (special guest TBC).

Wilder Mind debuted at number one in six countries, including the UK and America, upon its release in May.

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