Mumford & Sons Confirm Fall North American Tour Dates
June 24 / Monday
Mumford & Sons will continue their worldwide Delta Tour 2019 this fall with newly
confirmed stops at Phoenix’s Talking Stick Resort Arena, San Francisco’s Chase Center, Mexico City’s Pepsi Center WTC, Houston’s Toyota Center and Dallas’ American Airlines Center among others. Joining the tour in support is Gang of Youths—watch the band and Mumford & Sons perform a cover of “Bloody” by The Middle East here. Verified fan pre-sale begins this Thursday, June 27 at 10:00AM local time with general on-sale starting Friday, June 28 at 10:00 AM local. Tickets for the Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey dates go on-sale Monday, July 1 and Wednesday, July 3 at 11:00AM CST. Full details are available via www.mumfordandsons.com/live.
The band continues to receive widespread praise for their sold-out live performances; the Albany Times Union declares, “Mumford & Sons has developed into an arena-rock juggernaut,” while The Washington Post proclaims, “The U.K. quartet thrilled a packed crowd…undeniably wondrous arena rock anthems” and Billboard asserts, “It’s exactly the kind of tour that will solidify their spot in the pantheon of arena-friendly bands.”
Additionally, the acclaimed band performed “Slip Away” last week on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” Watch/share HERE. The performance was filmed at Central Hall Westminster as part of the show’s 4-episode special broadcasting from London.
The song comes from Mumford & Sons’ new album, Delta, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, Americana/Folk Albums, Alternative Rock Albums and Rock Albums charts with 230,000 equivalent album units earned (stream/purchase here). This is the band’s third consecutive #1 debut, the largest sales week for an alternative rock album in 2018 and the sixth largest debut among all titles last year (Gentlemen of the Road/Glassnote Records).
Produced by Paul Epworth, Delta was written collectively by the band and recorded at London’s The Church Studios and continues to receive widespread critical acclaim…
“…a fine distillation of what makes these guys so engaging…people will relate to the universal doubts and fears that are often stirringly evoked by the music and lyrics on Delta”—American Songwriter
“Mumford & Sons roar back with Delta…redefines what they do and who they are”—Associated Press
“…the band is smack in the middle of its most fertile creative period to date”—Billboard
“…remain capable of recording radio-ready earworms that challenge expectations…while still retaining the major qualities that made them superstars in the first place” —Consequence of Sound
“…their most drastic expansion in creative scope yet, both sonically and lyrically.”
“…finds the band branching out sonically, though it is still decidedly Mumford & Sons in the expert and engaging songwriting”—Forbes
“A muted, meaningful meditation on change and its results”—Newsday
“…an uplifting anthem that is guaranteed to get fists pumping in the arenas that Mumford & Sons will be headlining.”—New York Post
“Any album this epic in scope is, at very least, worthy of their reputation.”—Paste
“Wildly experimental”—Rolling Stone
“When the band do let their guard down, the effects are immediate…they create something honestly affecting”—SPIN
“Dark and thrilling, this is their best album yet”—The Telegraph
“Delta is the best album this band have made so far”—The Times
“For a group that refuses to be defined by their past, Delta presents a lush and vibrant vision of the band’s future”—UPROXX
“…a new sonic direction for the band in its incorporation of electronic touches and spacey atmospherics”—Vulture
Marking ten years since Mumford & Sons made their meteoric debut, the new music follows 2015’s Wilder Mind, which debuted at No. 1 in the U.S., U.K., Australia Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands and Norway and, most recently, 2016’s collaborative Johannesburg mini album. Previous LPs include 2012’s Babel, which was awarded the 2013 Grammy for Album of the Year, and their 2009 debut, Sigh No More.
Mumford & Sons are Ben Lovett, Marcus Mumford, Ted Dwane and Winston Marshall.