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The new announcement has brought more names of headliners for Rock Werchter 2019. Mumford & Sons will be a part of the festival taking place between 27 and 30 June, playing on the saturday.
When Mumford & Sons announced that they would go on tour to promote their new album Delta, it was only a matter of time before they were announced as a headliner for a big festival. The time has come and they are on the lineup for Rock Werchter 2019. They will headline the saturday.
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Earlier this month, we found out the first headliner of the Belgian festival: The Cure.
Mumford & Sons
Mumford & Sons are an alternative rock band from London, formed in December 2007. The band released their first album Sigh No More two years later. The album reached the second position on the UK Albums Chart six months after its release. Their second album Babel became one of the fastest-selling rock albums of the decade. The group had achieved at that time worldwide success also winning a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 2013. The major use of folk and bluegrass instrumentation is what makes their sound unique. With headline energetic performances at major festivals around the world, Mumford & Sons have been established as one of the most notable music groups nowadays. You can hear the first single ‘Guiding Light’ from their upcoming album Delta in the video above.
Rock Werchter 2019
In 1974, Rock Werchter started as a one-day festival. With almost 90,000 visitors each day and around 80 bands for its four-day lineup, it is now one of the biggest festivals in Europe. Through its 44 years, it has hosted a variety of music genres and artists. From Metallica and Iron Maiden to David Bowie and Paul McCartney, all have performed at the Belgian festival.