It’s been a few years since UK’s Mumford & Sons have stormed Australian stages with their anthemic choruses and rolling sing-a-longs and fans of the famed quartet could not jump in quick enough to get their hands on these hotly sought-after tickets, with the Melbourne show selling out in 20 minutes this morning, forcing a second Sidney Myer Music Bowl show to be added with tickets going on sale this morning at 10:00am AEDT.
Sydney is selling fast, and we expect the rest of the tour to do so as they go on sale today, so you better get in quick if you want to see their recent hit ‘Guiding Light’ performed live to Australian audiences for the very first time!
The recent release from their forthcoming album Delta, out November 16 via Dew Process / UMA, has been smashing streams globally, generating over 10 million streams worldwide in just a few weeks and is currently charting in the Top 50 of the AU iTunes Charts.
Recorded over the past two years with Paul Epworth (Adele, U2, London Grammar) at his Church Studios in North London, Delta aims to capture Mumford & Sons at their impassioned and muscular best. It transfixes on the transitional elements that give meaning to life itself.
Lead singer Marcus Mumford has been in the country this week and stopped by The Project to discuss their fourth studio album Delta, sixty date worldwide tour, stealing furniture at Glastonbury and hitting the nets with Aussie cricketer Brett Lee.
Don’t miss out on seeing the brand-new Delta album performed across Australian stages next January 2019!
Mumford & Sons ‘Delta’ Tour!
15 January 2019 – ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, BRISBANE
18 January 2019 – QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY
22 January 2019 – SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL, MELBOURNE SOLD OUT
23 January 2019 – SIDNEY MYER MUSIC BOWL. MELBOURNE NEW SHOW ADDED
24 January 2019 – ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, ADELAIDE
27 January 2019 – RAC ARENA, PERTH