Live: Mumford & Sons – Rescheduled UK Tour Dates Announced

Photo Credit: Alistair Taylor-Young

Following the news earlier this week that Mumford & Sons are having to alter a number of dates on their forthcoming world tour, the Delta chaps have now unveiled the rescheduled shows for their UK run…

Mumford & Sons released their 4th record Delta last week, on the 16th November through Gentlemen of the Road/Island Records. It was recorded at The Church Studios in London, and produced by Paul Epworth

Since the release of Wilder Mind in May 2015, and the collaborative Johannesburg mini-album in the Summer of 2016, Mumford & Sons have found a rich, prolific vein of form in the writing for Delta. Where Wilder Mind harnessed a widescreen electric sound that seemed custom built to be belted back to them from the festival main stages, Delta loses none of that sense of scale, but couples it with an intimacy and jubilance that has so successfully combined to make Mumford & Sons one of the biggest bands of recent years

Delta is a record of differing shades, colours and textures. It’s also a record that marks ten years since Mumford & Sons formed, and draws on the shared experience of being on and off the road. It’s a moving collection of songs perhaps more intimate and expansive, both lyrically and musically, than ever before. It’s also a tender listen, introspective and reflective but married with those ecstatic stadium-sized dynamics. It sounds like a career-defining body of work

The rest of the world tour dates are as follows…

16th November – Dublin, 3 Arena
18th November – Belfast, SSE Arena
20th November – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
23rd November – Birmingham, Genting Arena
25th November – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
27th November – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
29th November – London, O2 Arena
1st December – Leeds, First Direct Arena
7th December – Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
9th December – Boston, TD Garden
10th December – New York, Madison Square Garden
14th December – Washington DC, Capital One Arena
17th December – Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
12th January – Auckland, The Outer Fields at Western Springs (Gentlemen of the Road in Auckland) w/ Michael Kiwanuka, Leon Bridges and Sam Fender)
15th January – Brisbane, Entertainment Centre
18th January – Sydney, Qudos
22nd January – Melbourne, Sidney Myer Music Bowl
24th January – Adelaide, Entertainment Centre
27th January – Perth, RAC Arena
27th February – Providence, Dunkin Donuts Center
28th February – Hartford, XL Center
2nd March – Albany NY, Times Union Center
4th March – Montreal, Bell Centre
5th March – Ottawa, Canadian Tire Center
8th March – Buffalo, KeyBank Center
9th March – Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
11th March – Columbus, Nationwide Arena
12th March – Lexington, Rupp Arena
14th March – Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
16th March – Charlottesville, John Paul Jones Arena
17th March – Raleigh, PNC Arena
18th March – Charleston, North Charleston Coliseum
20th March – Atlanta, State Farm Arena
22nd March – Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
23rd March – Birmingham, BJCC
25th March – Indianapolis, Bankers Life Field House
27th March – Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
29th March – Chicago, United Center
30th March – Madison, Kohl Center
31st March – Milwaukee, Fiserv Forum
25th April – Lisbon, Altice Arena
27th April – Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi
29th April – Milan, Medialanum Forum
1st May – Munich, Olympiahalle
3rd May – Vienna, Stadthalle
5th May – Basel, St. Jakobshalle
7th May – Paris, Zenith
8th May – Luxembourg, Rockhal
9th May – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
11th May – Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena
13th May – Frankfurt, Festhalle
15th May – Cologne, Lanxess Arena
17th May – Copenhagen, Royal Arena
18th May – Gothenburg, Scandinavium
19th May – Oslo, Spektrum
21st May – Stockholm, Ericsson Globe