loveruby:

One of my pictures of Mumford and Sons last night. They were so incredible… no words to describe it

Mumford & Sons at Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball on March 4, 2012. Thank you for sharing!

loveruby:

One of my pictures of Mumford and Sons last night. They were so incredible… no words to describe it

Mumford & Sons at Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball on March 4, 2012. Thank you for sharing!

mumfordandsonslive:

Mumford & Sons perform Little Lion Man, Ghosts That We Knew, and Roll Away Your Stone at New York’s Radio City Music Hall for Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball on March 4, 2012.

Press Release: EPIX to Exclusively Broadcast Amnesty International's Secret Policeman's Ball Live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City ]

EPIX (www.epixhd.com), the multi-screen, multi-platform premium entertainment service, announced today that it will be the exclusive U.S. broadcaster of Amnesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball, to be held at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, Sunday March 4, 2012 at 7pm ET/4pm PT. This year’s event marks the first time the world-renowned comedy and music festival will be held in the United States, broadcast live and commercial free on EPIX and streamed online at EpixHD.com and via EPIX apps on Xbox 360 and Roku. Participating affiliated television providers including charter.net/epix and verizon.com/fiostvonline will also offer a live stream of the event on their online portals.

The all-star lineup of music and comedy talent includes previously announced artists Coldplay, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Mumford & Sons, Russell Brand and Reggie Watts….

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Click here to visit the EpixHD page for Amesty International’s Secret Policeman’s Ball, where the show will be streamed on March 4th!

Mumford & Sons, Coldplay, Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and Russell Brand among acts to appear at the Secret Policeman’s Ball in NYC on March 4, 2012!

From the Washington Post:

The concert will benefit Amnesty International, as it has since it started back in 1976 with celebrities like John Cleese. Over the years, Bono, Sting and others have participated. This will mark the first time it’s being held in New York City.

“For us, it’s iconic and a very special thing, and has provided the opportunity to really celebrate the presence of freedom of expression and free speech, and how we can move people and how we can bring people together, and just how powerful that is,” said Amnesty International spokesman Andy Hackman in an interview Tuesday.

The last Secret Policeman’s Ball was in 2008 in London. Hackman said the organization wanted to do something different and on a grander scale this year since it’s the 50th anniversary of the human rights group.

“That phrase ‘human rights’ has lost meaning in some ways,” he said. “That’s why we want to demonstrate the power and the joy that free speech can bring to us all. … It’s really just using these amazing talented people to demonstrate the power, what a force of good free speech is.”

…Tickets go on sale Monday [January 30th].

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