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Mumford & Sons Announce Gentlemen of the Road Tour, Coming to Florida in September

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Wanna spend an extra-special folksy night with Mumford & Sons and some Gentlemen of the Road?

Well, you'll have to trek approximately 308.5 miles to St. Augustine. But it will be definitely worth the road trip. Especially since this second annual M&S tour to "those places not often visited by tour busses and splitter vans" is only making five worldwide stops, period.

Check the cut for a message from Mumford & Sons, plus the Gentleman of the Road tour's full schedule.

Message from Mumford & Sons

*Via facebook.com/MumfordAndSons

It's a real privilege that being in Mumford & Sons has allowed us to be able to shine a light on some of those places not often visited by tour busses and splitter vans... and to get to ask some of our favourite bands to come and play a show with us. And so we are very pleased to announce the return of the Gentlemen of the Road Stopovers. We've got some awesome bands lined up for you and the emphasis will be on keeping it local wherever possible again.

Hope to see as many of you as can possibly make it there!

M, W, B & T x

Mumford & Sons' Gentlemen of the Road Tour

July 19 Lewes, UK

July 20 Lewes, UK

August 23 Simcoe, Ontario

August 24 Simcoe, Ontario

August 30 Troy, Ohio

August 31 Troy, Ohio

September 6 Guthrie, Oklahoma

September 7 Guthrie, Oklahoma

September 13 St. Augustine, Florida

September 14 St. Augustine, Florida

Mumford & Sons' Gentlemen of the Road Tour. Friday, July 19, through Saturday, September 14. Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. on Friday, February 8. Visit gentlemenoftheroad.com.

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