The Lumineers Tour News and Updates
After the hit single “Ho Hey” launched The Lumineers and their self-titled first album into the stratosphere, the band followed it up with their second record, “Cleopatra.” Fans across the country are excited to hear these talented musicians and their live renditions of new hits like “Sleep on the Floor” and “Patience.” This latest tour will start on May 21 in Texas and wrap in at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on October 5. Tickets are sold out for the opening performance, but are available starting at $118 for the show on May 22 at the Bomb Factory in Dallas. After that, The Lumineers will be in Salt Lake City on May 25 with tickets starting at $169.
The soulful sensations from Denver, CO better known as The Lumineers are gearing up for their biggest tour yet! After crafting such beautiful hits as “Ho Hey” and the new “Ophelia,” Wesley Schultz and the rest of the trio can’t wait to get their next tour started. They will kick things off on Saturday, May 21 at 7 p.m. sharp in Houston, TX, at the White Oak Music Hall. After that they will, of course, play a two-night event at Red Rocks Amphitheater near their hometown in Morrison, CO. That’s sure to be a show to remember, so buy your tickets to the June 7 and 8 concerts now for as little as $97.
The Lumineers are performing at some of the best summer music festivals in 2013. After headlining the Bonnaroo Music Festival with Paul McCartney, Mumford & Sons, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Bjork, Wilco, and Passion Pit, and rocking out at at SASQUATCH! Music Festival, the Lumineers will take on Chicago at Lollapalooza. Lollapalooza tickets to the sold out weekend are averaging $520 for an all-weekend pass on the secondary market.
Band members Wesley Keith Schultz (lead vocalist, guitar), Jeremiah Caleb Fraites (drums), Neyla Pekarek (cello), Stelth Ulvand (piano, mandolin, guitar), and Ben Wahamaki (bass) are currently on a North American tour that ends at the beginning of August with a performance and after show at Lollapalooza August 2 and a concert at Osheaga Music & Arts Festival August 4. The folk-rock band from Denver will hit the road again in September for two dozen shows through October. The fall leg of the Lumineers tour starts near their hometown with two shows at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
‘The Lumineers’ is the only album in the group’s discography, but it has made a huge impact on fans across the world. The self-titled album is topping charts in France, Germany, Australia, Holland, Canada, and Ireland. The bands hit single “Ho Hey” from their debut album was dubbed the best song of 2012 by a DJ in Seattle and reached No. 3 on the Hot 100. “Stubborn love” is the second single from the ‘The Lumineers’ and is being played at Lumineers concerts across the States. Lumineers tickets for the 24 new shows are averaging $127; Lumineers tour tickets are available for under $100 to all shows. The cheapest tickets for a Lumineers concert are averaging $81 at Marymoor Park.