Mumford & Sons
Indie folk rockers Mumford & Sons will be making their first Manchester Arena performance this month.
Doors for the Monday 10 December show are due to open at 6.30pm and the show will end at approximately 10.30pm. Support comes from Post War Kids and Dawes.
Mumford & Sons, made up of Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane, exploded onto the indie scene in 2009 with their first album Sigh No More. With hit songs such as Little Lion Man and The Cave, the album hit number 2 in the UK album chart and has gone 4 times platinum since. It was also awarded the Top Rock Album and Top Alternative Album at the Billboard Music Awards in 2011.
Mumford & Sons are renowned for their live performances, having wowed audiences at both Reading and Leeds Festival in 2010 and Glastonbury in 2011.
They also feature on the soundtrack to the 2011 film adaptation of Wuthering Heights, their song Enemy being played over the closing credits.
This tour follows the release of the band's eagerly anticipated second album Babel.
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