The Lumineers Tour
The Lumineers completed their "Cleopatra World Tour" in 2017. Supporting the 2016 release of their album Cleopatra, this huge tour hit major venues like Madison Square Garden and Australia's Sydney Opera House. The Lumineers are one of the most popular folk-sounding bands of this generation.
The band is also opening up for U2 on select dates of U2's "The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary" Tour. Get tickets to see them live and experience their new music with Ticket Liquidator.
About The Lumineers
The Lumineers are an indie/folk rock trio out of Denver, Colorado. Wesley Schultz (vocals, guitar), Jeremiah Fraites (drums, piano), and Neyla Pekarek (cellist, backing vocals) make up the band. Focused on genuine music, a core of values, and refusal to become swept away by fame, The Lumineers maintain an old-timey image due to their dedication to sincerity and artistic experience in their work. While making both albums, they rented out houses or cabins in desolate places and focused all their energy on hashing out the music as well as hashing out issues between founding members Schultz and Fraites built up over years of working closely together. Their process is therapy as well as artistic creation.
In 2012, the band launched in fame's spotlight with their hit single "Ho Hey," arguably their most well-known song to date. "Stubborn Love" was the band's second No. 1 single. The original duo Schultz and Fraits joined forces with Pekarek in 2010, and since then, their success as a trio (five piece live) continues to increase. The release of their first album The Lumineers in 2012 created the pathway to mega success with a huge tour. The group then rebooted with intense songwriting sessions in a small Denver house and then a recording session in Woodstock. Cleopatra finally followed in 2016, after taking time to focus on the new album after touring. They are now following up the album with their next world tour titled "Cleopatra World Tour" that's continuing in 2017.
The Lumineers Discography
The Lumineers (2012)