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Mumford & Sons Summer Stampede Day Festival tickets sale on April 19

Written on:April 17, 2023
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Mumford & Sons are coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this July

Mumford & Sons would be setting the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London afire on July 6 with what they call their ‘Summer Stampede Day Festival’. The Grammy Award wining folk rock band is lined up with some real hot stuff including ‘Vampire Weekend’, ‘Ben Howard’ and ‘Haim’ to cook it up there. General sale of tickets for Summer Stampede show will be available from April 19, 9.00 am onward.

The Summer Stampede Day Festival is in accretion to their former frontrunner show that they previously named ‘Gentlemen of the Road’ that too took place in July in Lewes, East Sussex. Mumford & Sons further steps to America for added stops. Groups Pianist Ben Lovett said that this gig almost made up for it.

“You wait your whole life for the Olympics to turn up and as Londoners we were gutted to miss it. I guess this is a part of the legacy of that area, the fact that they have thought to do shows there and we’re going to be in the first wave of shows to happen. It’s brilliant. I am very, very honoured about it,” Ben Lovett, who also plays accordion, drums and the guitar, said.

The Summer Stampede Day festival falls on the same day that Veteran Rockers — the rolling stones play at the Hyde Park in Central London. Tickets had sold out within minutes for the show then. Ben Lovett went on to say, “We did know (they were playing that day) and then we saw how fast those tickets went for the Rolling Stones we were like, ‘Wow’. They were so desperate to play in London following the success of their gigs at the city’s 02 Arena, this was the only option.”

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