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Mumford & Sons Delta Tour

Mumford & Sons will bring their massive world arena tour to the UK and Ireland this November in support of their forthcoming fourth album ‘Delta’.

Mumford & Sons Delta Tour Dates:

Dublin 3Arena, 16 Nov
Belfast The SSE Arena, 18
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 20
Manchester Arena, 21
Birmingham Genting Arena, 23
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 24
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, 25
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 27
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 28
London The O2, 29
Leeds First Direct Arena, 01 Dec
Liverpool Echo Arena, 02

Rescheduled Dates:

Liverpool Echo Arena, 02 June
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 04
Manchester Arena, 06
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 10

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With a whopping 800,000 tickets ready to go on sale across sixty dates, the Delta Tour will be the band’s biggest run of shows since they first formed 10 years ago. In addition to the European leg, the folk rockers will also head to the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, with highlight to including a huge London date at The O2 as well as making their Madison Square Garden debut in New York.

Support for their UK dates will come from American singer Maggie Rogers. The new ground-breaking show will see them perform on stage right across the middle of the room.

The Grammy award-winning band first hit the road on tour back in 2009-11 with their album ‘Sigh No More’. This was followed by two more tours and albums in the form of ‘Bable’ in 2012 and ‘Wilder Mind’ in 2015.

Mumford & Sons will release their first studio album for three years ‘Delta’ on 16 November 2018, the same day as their Dublin gig. Fans have already been introduced to first single ‘Guiding Light’ – LISTEN TO IT HERE:

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