The Lumineers Announce Autumn UK Headline Tour

Tour in Support of Official Charts #1 Album 'Cleopatra'
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The Lumineers Announce Autumn UK Headline Tour 


In Support Of Official Charts #1 Album 'Cleopatra'



"To produce a second album as crammed with hits as their debut is a remarkable achievement." – Daily Telegraph


"All kinds of wonderful, full of atmosphere and emotion, perfectly showing off frontman Wesley Schultz's breath-taking vocals." – Daily Record 

Today, platinum selling Denver outfit, The Lumineers, announce their much anticipated UK and Ireland headline tour dates for October/November 2016. The Cleopatra World Tour continues in support of their number one selling sophomore album, 'Cleopatra', awarded 4*s in both MOJO & The Sun. The tour announcement follows the band's show stopping performance at Glastonbury Festival and their recent UK headline tour, which sold out in less than 24 hours.

The Lumineers continue to receive critical and public acclaim for their live show, with their recent Brixton Academy gig being described as a "triumphant, barnstorming performance" (Daily Telegraph); yet another signifier that this band is a force to be reckoned with, especially in the live arena.

Continuing the success story from their two-time Grammy nominated, platinum-selling self-titled debut in the 2012, The Lumineers' Cleopatra has been an international hit album – not only achieving No.1 status in the UK, US & Canadian Official Charts but also charting at the top of the Billboard Top 200.

Tickets for the UK and Ireland Tour go on sale at 9:00am on Thursday, 21st July. You can find more information here: http://thelumineers.com/tour-dates/

Sunday 23rd October - Manchester O2 Apollo
Wednesday 26th October - Dublin 3 Arena
Friday 28th October - Edinburgh Usher Hall
Saturday 29th October - Newcastle O2 Academy
Sunday 30th October - Birmingham O2 Academy
Tuesday 1st November - Plymouth Pavilions
Friday 4th November - London Eventim Apollo Hammersmith