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Mumford & Sons Coming to Southeast Asia for the First Time

Posted on August 7th, 2019

Get your Cheap Mumford and Sons Concert Tickets ready because the famous British band Mumford & Sons is coming to Southeast Asia with their unique sound. They’ll be starting their set of biggest acts ever in Singapore.

They’ll be taking part in Singapore's best outdoor music and arts festival, Neon Lights. The festival takes place at Fort Canning Park on November 23 & 24 for the weekend. Get your Mumford and Sons Concert Tickets from Ticket2Concert now to see your favorite band performing live on stage.

The band was formed back in 2007 with Marcus Mumford as the lead singer and Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane accompanying with keyboard, piano, guitar, and basses, etc. the band presents a unique mix of folk and rock music and audience been since mesmerized by their exquisite music. Though they changed from their signature sound in their third album Wilder Mind, which caused a lot of conflict among the fanbase.

Mumford & Sons have released four studio albums and have won numerous awards leading them to success they are so used to now. Along with Mumford & Sons, British electronic-soul act Hone will also be taking the stage at Neon Lights Festival. The band has already made their names in Singapore and are quite popular among fans.

Just like Munford & Sons, their concerts tend to sold out too. This makes it all the more important to book your Cheapest Mumford and Sons Concert Tickets right away. The band is set on delivering another one of their mesmeric performances featuring some of their most hit songs.

More acts for the Sunday show are still not announced and are expected to be revealed by late July. Mumford and Sons Concert Tickets Discount Coupon are available however at Ticket2Concert.

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