Mumford And Sons Re-Schedule Concert Appearances Now That Ted Dwane Is All Better
The band have moved their shows in Texas, Louisiana and Kansas from the beginning of their schedule to the end of their touring plans, and will play Toronto on August 26 as their first stop in the 'Full English' tour
Mumford and Sons had a few American fans aggrieved when they decided to drop out of a number of performances whilst the group's bassist, Ted Dwane, recovered from a blood clot in his brain, rather than just hire a replacement bassist. Well feel aggrieved no more (or should it be, Sign No More) North America because the Brit boys have rescheduled and will be returning to the States very soon to make up for the lost time.
The band are heading out on the 'Full English' tour in mid-August, taking fellow Brit artists Bear’s Den and The Vaccines with them, but would have been out on the road earlier if it wasn't for Dwane's health issues. The band were due to perform two shows in Texas, one in Louisiana and another in Kansas, but each of the shows have now been move back a month and will take place during mid-September instead. On September 16 the band play at Mardi Gras World in New Orleans and then they're head to Texas to perform at Cynthia Woods Pavilion in Woodlands on Sept 17, heading to Dallas' GEXA Energy Pavilion the next day. On the twentieth the folk-rockers will play the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre in Bonner Springs, KS.
Before they can reach the rescheduled venues, the band will first be heading north of the border and playing at Toronto's Molson Canadian Amphitheatre on August 26 before heading down to Queens, New York and then performing across America for the rest of August and September. The performance Bonner Springs will be their last of the 'Full English' tour.
Fans wishing to go to the performances need to register on their official site to be part of the 'Invitation Onsale’ scheme they are running to make the festival somewhat more exclusive and less prone to scalping. Registration for the invites closes on July 3.
Dwane suffered a blood clot in his brai, but has made a full recovery
The band will first stop off at Toronto