Fan experience and photo submitted by benjcullen:
Last night (21st November) I saw Mumford at The Princess Theatre in Torquay. After the show I went to the stage door where I met Ben! I asked him to sign the setlist that a member of the crew had given me a moment earlier. He took about two minutes to sign it, and when he gave it back I realised he had also annotated it with all the last-minute changes they’d made!
Fantastic! Thank you for sharing!
A Mumford & Sons Fan Experience: As the moon hung proud and bright, you would have loved it here tonight.
My Red Rocks Experience
With a full moon towering over monolithic rocks, Mumford & Sons came on the stage for night two at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Apparently last night they were only warming up, because tonight’s performance was epic with a side of unforgettable. The energy blew off that stage and rolled up the seats of the venue like a tidal wave; people were singing, dancing, clapping, waving their hands in the air like they were at church. And that’s exactly what it felt like…a spiritual journey that started with “I walk slow, take my hand, help me on my way,” and ended with “I get by with a little help from my friends.”
This is a breathtaking account of Mumford & Sons’ show at Red Rocks on August 29, 2012. Everyone should read it, especially if you’ve never been to a Mumford & Sons concert. Thank you so much for sharing.
Thank you for sharing, Arielle. This is fantastic.
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Submitted by youwillbeawoman:
I just came back from Belgium, and it already feels like it happened ages ago. Actually it kinda feels like it never really happened. Maybe because it was so so great, it feels like it was too good not to be just a dream.
I just want to share that I've been at my first M&S consert ever at Peace & Love and it was so magical! I really think that this whole thing with Marcus' broken hand, is really unique. Not that I don't want Marcus to play his guitar, drums and mandolin. But oh my, when he was playing with that little drum of his, the music got a more inforced sound and Marcus was so intense! I still feel sorry for Marcus and the whole band. But it was really emotinal when Marcus played the guitar to Timshel! <3