Grab Your Mumford and Sons Tickets Today!
The biggest British band of the decade, Mumford and Sons, are coming back to London - and you won't want to miss their
biggest concert to date this summer. Fresh from conquering America with their winning folk-pop anthems, the fantastic foursome
will hit the capital's newly renovated Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on 6 July.
With a stellar support bill featuring the likes of Vampire Weekend, Ben Howard and Haim handpicked by the band themselves,
the shows promise to a huge celebration of Mumfords' amazing rise to success with hit albums Sigh No More and Babel.
Other Mumford and Sons 2013 tour dates this summer include slots at T in the Park and the Gentlemen of the Road event in
Lewes, Sussex on 19 July - meaning there's no excuse not to join the banjo-wielding boys in the fun. Get the latest listings
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Mumford and Sons Biography - Gentlemen of the Road
Formed by the eponymous Marcus Mumford in 2007, this London quartet cut their teeth playing gigs in the West of the capital.
Earmarked as rising stars alongside the likes of Laura Marling and Noah and the Whale, they were soon attracting attention
from national audiences and industry figures. Fuelled by word-of-mouth buzz, their 2010 album Sigh No More became a
trans-Atlantic phenomenon, selling over one million copies on both sides of the pond. Opting to forego traditional tours in
the wake of its success, they next gigged across the US on a train and set up their own travelling UK festival, before releasing
their sophomore LP Babel in 2012. Catapulting them into the global musical stratosphere, the album has already notched
up a Grammy Award and racked up multi-million sales.
Witness the four-piece's crowd-pleasing pop-rock for yourself - buy Mumford and Sons tickets on StubHub UK today.
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