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Mumford & Sons announce second London O2 date
The band, who are a favourite among acoustic guitar fans thanks to albums Sigh No More and Babel, will entertain their fans on December 18th, in addition to a previously arranged December 11th show.
The dates form The Tour of Two Halves, incorporates 15 shows altogether which are split between appearances in theatres and arenas.
Mumford will kick things off on November 21st at Princess Theatre, Torquay, before heading on to Portsmouth's Guildhall, Ipswich's Regent Theatre, Dundee's Caird Hall, The Sands Centre in Carlisle and Venue Cymru in Llandudno.
Following their Wales appearance the arena dates will kick in, visiting venues in Newcastle, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin and London among others.
They will play a raft of tracks from their three albums, including Little Lion Man, Winter Winds, The Cave and I Will Wait.
Posted by AWPosted on 5 Oct 2012 16:23 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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