Find The Lumineers tickets today on TicketNetwork.com! The folk rock band is currently on the "Cleopatra World Tour," which is making stops across North America through March of 2017. In support of the band's 2016 album, Cleopatra, this is one tour you don't want to miss. Get your Lumineers tickets now!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Mar 28, 2017
|The Lumineers, Kaleo & Susto||Winnipeg, Canada|
Mar 30, 2017
|The Lumineers, Kaleo & Susto||Saskatoon, Canada|
Mar 31, 2017
|The Lumineers, Kaleo & Susto||Edmonton, Canada|
Jul 12, 2017
|The Lumineers||Quaderni, Italy|
Castello Scaligero Di Villafranca
|Current Tour:||"Cleopatra World Tour"|
|Discography:||The Lumineers (2012)
In February 2016, The Lumineers announced the "Cleopatra World Tour" in support of their 2016 album, Cleopatra. The continuation of their tour heads in to 2017 after a very successful leg in 2016. CenturyLink Center in Omaha, NE gets the tour started, and The Lumineers hit major venues on the tour before finishing up at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Canada. Get your Lumineers tickets now and see them live in concert in 2017!
The Lumineers were founded in 2002 when Wesley Schultz and Jeremiah Fraites began writing songs to cope with the loss of Fraites' brother, Josh, who died from a drug overdose. The duo began performing at venues around New York City, and in 2008, The Lumineers enlisted in a third member, Jay Van Dyke. After failing to find success in New York, the band made the decision to move to Denver, where they joined the open mic scene. By this point, Van Dyke had left the band. Soon after, cellist Neyla Pekarek joined the band, making the group a trio once again.
In spring 2011, The Lumineers signed a management deal with Onto Entertainment. The band then headed to Seattle to record their first full-length album at Bear Creek Studio with producer Ryan Hadlock. The Lumineers released their debut self-titled album on April 3, 2012 via Dualtone Records. The album received mixed reviews from critics, however, the single "Ho Hey" was extremely popular, and has been credited with giving The Lumineers mainstream success. "Ho Hey" peaked at the number eight spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Ever since, fans have been looking to buy The Lumineers tickets.
As of 2016, The Lumineers consist of five members. Along with Schultz, Fraites, and Pekarek, Stelth Ulvang plays piano, mandolin, and accordion, while Ben Wahamaki plays bass guitar and upright bass.