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Mumford & Sons Are ‘Gentlemen Of The Road’

10:01 AM Tuesday 5/29/12 |   |

The British folk-rockers announce four U.S. dates, promising the events will be more like festivals than your typical headlining stops.

  • Mumford & Sons

    Myspace Big Easy Express, Paramount Theatre, SXSW, Austin, TX
    March 17, 2012

    (AP Images for Myspace)

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Called “Gentlemen Of the Road Stopovers,” the shows are described as combining “the intimacy of a community celebration with the excitement of a world-class music festival. That means a musical lineup curated by Mumford & Sons along with vendors, merch and a series of events unique to each concert site and featuring local businesses, venues and residents. Be sure to look for after-show parties held in local bars after the main event.

Here’s the plan with Mumford & Sons headlining every date.

Aug. 4 – Portland, Maine, Eastern Promenade; St. Vincent, Dawes, The Maccabees, Apache Relay, Simone Felice, and Haim

Aug. 11 – Bristol, Tenn., off State Street (downtown); Dawes, Jeff The Brotherhood, The Very Best, Justin Townes Earle, Apache Relay, Simone Felice, and Haim

Aug. 18 – Dixon, Ill., Page Park; Gogol Bordello, Dawes, Abigail Washburn, The Very Best, Apache Relay, and Haim

Aug. 25 – Monterey, Calif., Monterey Fairgrounds; Gogol Bordello, The Very Best, Grouplove, Two Gallants, Apache Relay, and Haim

Tickets are priced at $69 with no additional fees or hidden charges. Portland, Bristol and Monterey go on sale June 1; Dixon June 9. Move on this early and you just might snag $59 early-bird tickets available in limited quantities and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit GentlemenOfTheRoad.com for more information.


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