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Mumford & Sons: East Coast & Europe

05:01 PM Tuesday 11/6/12 |   |

Mumford & Sons have good news for fans on both sides of the Atlantic, with a handful of East Coast dates announced this week as well as more than 20 gigs in Europe. The new dates are scheduled in February, March and April.

The English folk rockers are touring in supporting of their second full-length studio effort, Babel. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Nielsen SoundScan chart in September as well as No. 1 in the band’s native U.K.

Before tackling the East Coast and Europe, Mumford & Sons will finish its Australia/New Zealand tour with a Nov. 6 gig in Christchurch, New Zealand. A pair of sold out dates in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl comes next Nov. 10 & 12, followed by a U.K. tour in November and December.

Here’s the routing for the East Coast dates:
   
Feb. 5 – Boston, Mass., TD Garden    
Feb. 6 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center    
Feb. 13 – Fairfax, Va., Patriot Center    
Feb. 16 – Camden, N.J., Susquehanna Bank Center    

And this is what the European itinerary looks like:

March 4 – Warsaw, Poland, Stodola Club    
March 6 – Prague, Czech Republic, Lucerna Music Bar    
March 7 – Vienna, Austria, Gasometer    
March 8 – Budapest, Hungary, Petofi Hall    
March 11 – Munich, Germany, Zenith    
March 12 – Bern, Switzerland, Festhalle    
March 14 – Milan, Italy, Alcatraz    
March 15 – Florence, Italy, Obihall    
March 16 – Rome, Italy, Atlantico    
March 19 – Toulouse, France, Le Bikini    
March 20 – Barcelona, Spain, Razzmatazz    
March 21 – Madrid, Spain, La Riviera    
March 23 – Lisbon, Portugal, Coliseu Dos Recreios    
March 26 – Paris, France, Trianon    
March 27 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Rockhal    
March 28 – Merksem, Belgium, Lotto Arena    
March 30 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome    
April 2 – Berlin, Germany, Velodrom    
April 3 – Dusseldorf, Germany, Mitsubishi Electric Halle    
April 4 – Hamburg, Germany, Sporthalle Hamburg    
April 8 – Copenhagen, Denmark, VEGA House Of Music    
April 10 – Stockholm, Sweden, Cirkus    
April 11 – Oslo, Norway, Sentrum Scene

Pre-sale tickets for Fairfax, Va., and Camden, N.J., go on sale Thursday, Nov. 8. The general onsale for the East Coast dates as well as the European Tour begins Friday, Nov. 9.

For more information visit MumfordAndSons.com.


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