Mumford & Sons Announce Secret LA Show at Undisclosed Location
Mumford & Sons have announced plans to stage a (free!) “secret show” in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday, November 11. The show, produced by The Artists Den, will be free although fans must enter through a lottery.
The secret show will go down between two dates at The Hollywood Bowl featuring touring pals Dawes and is one of the final dates for the band in the U.S. before they head down under to Australia, the U.K. and Ireland for the rest of the year in support of their chart-topping new album, Babel.
While the venue for the performance has not been announced for the Artist Den show, attendees can assume that it will be not be a typical venue given that the company’s aim is to present live music in unique spaces around the country (and occasionally internationally). Previous Artist Den performers have included Robert Plant, Grace Potter, Ray LaMontagne, Elvis Costello, Ben Harper and The Black Crowes, among many others. Please note that the show is 21+ with doors at 6:30pm and music beginning approximately at 7:30.
MUMFORD & SONS – THE BOXER
Wesley grew up in coastal Georgia and is a former resident of The Music City and the Big Easy where he helped get Live Music Blog: NOLA off-the-ground, managing it in New Orleans through Jazz Fest 2012. Hodges now lives amongst THE CALIFORNIANS as a newcomer to West LA. His favorite artists include My Morning Jacket, Sigur Rós, Widespread Panic, The Allman Brothers Band, Dr. Dog, Tame Impala, Anders Osborne, Radiohead and Bobby & The Midnites. Daft Punk is actually playing at his house tonight and you're invited.
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