Mumford & Sons Delight Eden Project Crowd During First Ever Live Concert In Cornwall

Mumford & Sons were so popular live at the Eden Project in Cornwall it had fans chomping at the bit for their next UK tour.

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Mumford & Sons have enjoyed quite a year so far. Having achieved the rare feat of appealing to both Radio One and Radio Two listeners at the same time, it ought to be no surprise that the London group have seen a surge in popularity – but to do so on such a grand scale is mightily impressive.

They played an Eden Session at Cornwall’s famous complex of biomes The Eden Project recently in support of indie stalwarts Doves, and after opening with album title track Sigh No More, songs such as The Cave, Little Lion Man and Roll Away Your Stone went down a treat with the crowd. Frontman Marcus Mumford announced to the crowd at one point that it was their first ever show in Cornwall, but one got the feeling that it would not be their last.

The Eden Session only served to whet fans’ appetite for more shows, but luckily the band have just announced some: Mumford & Sons tickets are currently on sale for their headline tour of the UK in October 2010 – as well as their multiple festival appearances. A full list of live dates is below:

Festival Appearances:

10th July 2010 – Oxegen Festival, County Kildare Ireland
11th July 2010 – T In The Park, Kinross Scotland
18th July 2010 – Latitude Festival, Suffolk
22nd August 2010 – Green Man Festival, Powys, Wales
27th August 2010 – Reading Festival
29th August 2010 – Leeds Festival
5th September 2010 – Electric Picnic Festival, Stradbally, Ireland
11th September 2010 – Bestival, Isle of Wight

Mumford & Sons UK Tour 2010:

1st October 2010 – The O2 Academy, Glasgow
2nd October 2010 – The Apollo, Manchester
4th October 2010 – The Dome, Brighton
5th October 2010 – Rock City, Nottingham
6th October 2010 – The O2 Academy, Bristol
8th October 2010 – HMV Hammersmith Apollo, London
9th October 2010 – HMV Hammersmith Apollo, London

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