SET TIMES Monday 17 April, 7:30PM - Doors 8:00PM - The Lumineers (no support)
Tuesday 18 April 8:30PM - Doors 9:00PM - The Lumineers (no support)
The Lumineers broke through with the millions-selling anthem 'Ho Hey'. Now the stomping folk trio make their Concert Hall debut with this year's triumphant chart number one, Cleopatra.
Formed by co-songwriters Wesley Schultz (vocals, guitar) and Jeremiah Fraites (drums) in Ramsey, New Jersey, the duo's move to Denver brought them the perfect creative foil in cellist Neyla Pekarek, spurring a festival-ready mix of campfire sing-a-longs and Springsteen-like grandeur. Now Grammy-nominated heavyweights who have performed with Bob Dylan and count President Obama as a fan, the trio's rolling rhythms and chain-gang choruses have taken an electric turn both intimate and expansive on return singles 'Ophelia', 'Cleopatra' and 'Angela'.
With demand reaching feverish heights since their only visit three years ago, The Lumineers bring their expanded five-piece band back for a joyous display of timeless acoustic songwriting and hands in-the-air pop. See Less