November 2, 2015 at 7:33 pm #4554
I bought Dublin pre-sale tickets. They were e-tickets attached to my confirmation email. These were standing tickets though, but maybe you might want to double check? AnnaNovember 8, 2015 at 12:09 am #4569
Elaine / Anna
I bought seated tix for dublin also through this site and have received nothing yet either. No confirms. Any ideas?
I think it might be worth reporting…starting to think it could be a scam.November 11, 2015 at 3:44 pm #4676
So excited to be seeing them in London. I’ve gone to three concerts in the States this year already (two of which just kind of luckily happened, which was nice), and I’m so excited to hop across the pond to the O2 Arena! Here’s to hoping that my StubHubUK tickets are legit! I’m not worried, because StubHub is usually a pretty reliable source for tickets… I’ve never had an issue. I’m also excited for my very first time in London… life long dream. This will be fun!November 18, 2015 at 8:18 pm #4864
Sean Scott StevensParticipant
My +1 has dropped out. Off work the Thursday and Friday so getting the train down from Oxford to have a few beers pre and post gig. 28/m and Twitter is journosean
If anyone in same situation dm me xNovember 23, 2015 at 3:01 pm #4892
I eventually got my tickets from music glue for Dublin but the seats are terrible I Will never again use this service , now I know why they only gave the block number when buying so they could fob off the worst seats in the ArenaNovember 23, 2015 at 7:48 pm #4895
Elaine, I purchased seated tickets via pre sale for Sheffield, and they are not too bad. Sorry to hear you are disappointed. Pre sale usually has good bonuses. X. Thinking about it, I think I knew which seats I was picking. Did this not happen for Dublin?
November 23, 2015 at 9:19 pm #4897
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Hey, I know it was already mentioned but the whole music glue situation has been bothering me. Has anyone used them for presale before? I’m going to the Dublin concert next week and I have standing tickets from music glue. The main issue is that all Three arena tickets have an entrance labelled on them but these music glue tickets don’t! I’ve emailed both the Three Arena and Music Glue about this and they both just dismissed what I was saying. Anyone have any idea about what to do?
Thanks!November 23, 2015 at 9:56 pm #4898
I’ve used Music Glue for lots of pre-sales and ticket purchases. Mumford have used them for some years now.
You are right, the standing Dublin pre-sale tickets do not have an allocated door. I suspect they’ll allocate a door on the night? I will be asking security on the night.
AnnaNovember 29, 2015 at 8:36 am #4902
Not in Nottingham
November 28 2015
Nottingham is further up north than I last remembered. I am thinking leaving on black Friday at 3pm for a 211 mile drive isn’t the best of plans. Traffic, rain, darkness and strong winds all the way. But that 5 hour drive was soon forgotten once I entered the comfort of the premier inn. Our room awaited, as did the moderately priced hotel restaurant food.
The day of the gig. The venue, Nottingham Capital fm arena. The home of the Torvill and Dean’s ice skating rink. Spotted straight away the merch stand. Nice new tour tee shirt and new footy GOTR tops. As it was going to be a long day, no merch was purchased at this stage.
The queue. Nottingham Capital FM I take my bobble hat off to you, your two friendly, welcoming and very helpful customer safety staff were a pleasure to be with for the afternoon. #kerryv you will always be remembered for you #hotwaterbottle #customerservice #vimtobonbons some rain, some cold but all things considered. A breeze.
Doors to green, very smooth. #kerryv soon joined us down the front as she was working the pit as well. The stage was set up and ready for Jack Garret. Brits choice award winner 2016. In order to glorify and promote the award winner, Nottingham’s finest press photographers turned out in force…….well. When I say force, I mean none turned up? Unbelievable. Jack put on a good set. I’m not too sure about the epileptic inducing strobe lighting that occurred during the first two songs. And that’s no joke.
2045 and showtime. The arena itself is a good size. Probably one of the smallest on this tour, around 10,000. The stage was rammed full of lighting. And I swear I could have been charged for a sunbed session during a few of the songs, the heat from the lights is very intense!
Opening with Snake Eyes, I could instantly feel the chaps were on good form. They all looked well. Ben sporting a GOTR wing lapel pin on the jacket. Nice. LLM next on the set then JUST SMOKE, loved this song. The audience around me were a well travelled bunch, we met up with our friend from Berlin, a girl had traveled on her own from Poland for the gig, and others originating from Canada, but living in Cardiff. The Nottingham crowd were up for a good time. A little bit of banter form Marcus, pineapple man was in the crowd and Marcus gave him his beer when requested and then some Leicester footy chat.
White Blank Page was on the set list and I was dying to hear this, but they dropped it for Monster….. Maybe next time. Jack came back on to join them for Sweet Dreams before he “becomes so big like Brittany Spears” I do love this song. I won’t tire of hearing it.
All too soon, it was dust bowl dance. For the encore the chaps appeared on a b stage at the back of the arena. Cold arms and Timshel. Well received but a tad chatty crowd. And finally hot gates and Wolf. God hot gates, just love this song, the lights are just epic, but the mood of the song just grows and grows.
Really was that it……. Note to self, I know it was a lot to expect but we didn’t get Not in Nottingham……. Would have been the icing on the cake.
Let’s see what Sheffield has to offer.November 29, 2015 at 1:22 pm #4903
I have 2 Cardiff tickets for Sale.
we’re not able to come over for the show.. :-(
mail me if interested: email@example.comNovember 30, 2015 at 9:42 am #4905
Does anyone know what time they take to the stage at and what time does the show finish at?
CiaranNovember 30, 2015 at 2:56 pm #4906
The shows so far have been:
1930 Jack Garrett
Approx 2245-2300 finish
Hope this helps,
Enjoy the show!
AnnaDecember 1, 2015 at 2:23 am #4911
Wow! I went along to my first Mumford & Sons concert at Sheffield arena on Sunday night! It was absolutely amazing and although I was sat in a block of ‘sitters’ I danced about and really soaked in the atmosphere. Loved it so much that I want to take my son along to the concert at Leeds Arena but I’m struggling to find tickets. Would love to stand, but he’s only 10 and loves Mumford just as much as me so am trying to get some good seats for him. Something tells me I’ll be very lucky indeed if I manage it for him! If, by any chance anyone is selling tickets in level 1/2, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgDecember 1, 2015 at 9:53 pm #5229
Sheffield Arena – very far up the M1…. 29 November 2015
Leaving Nottingham it was a tad windy, but arriving in Sheffield it was blowing a hoolie! Our hotel was only around the corner from the venue, so we would not have too far to be blown.
Sheffield was the seated gig on this tour for us, we purchased pre-sale and got some cracking tickets. First of all we had the pleasurable task of meeting and greeting. We were called to duty at 6.30pm, 20 Meeters and Greeters armed ready with a pep talk, a tee shirt, this time, one size did not fit all a choice of sizes. Nice gesture by the M&S team. It was great to see the empty venue going through its final safety, security checks before the masses arrived.
Normally being on the other side of the entry doors, it was interesting to see the paying guests arrive into the venue as doors go to green. We did not bother to stop the first 50, we guessed they had other priorities on there mind!
We welcomed, smiled and generally showed people to their seats! All good fun.
The show: Our seats to the stage were stage left. Really great seats. Thanks Music Glue.
A Mumford Gig being seated for me is a bit of a rarity to us, so I was intrigued to see how the experience felt. I was not disappointed. The light show is truly amazing. The new addition of flags and floating light changing coloured baubles dropping and raising form the ceiling is inspired. Well worth the 5 cargo trucks!
The show itself. Full of energy, full of joy and full of me bouncing and leaping at the appropriate times! Our seating area was 50/50 with some standing and some sitting the whole gig. We had a real mixed age range in the seats, from as young as 8 years old to as old as……. We were next to the VIP/hospitality section, if those people paid loads of dollars for their seats, I hate to tell them they were robbed!!! Ours were just as good. If not better.
We leapt to our feet at the first sniff of a CHOOON! Mumford started with Snake Eyes again, I was over joyed the next song struck up was Babel! Total disbelief. So great to see and hear this back on the setlist. It’s a keeper for me.
Other newbies were White Blank Page, Whispers and I’m on fire NON acoustic in the encore. No Sweet Dreams but hay-hoe! The b stage was still in action, a much quieter crowd than Nottingham. Timshel and Cold Arms. Very cool to see the chaps running down the sides of the arena. Thank god they play footie and are light on their feet.
Not too much banter, but some footy talk and Marcus’s love of the Yorkshire Pudding!
Watching the crowd was also interesting. There was some bounce on the front row, but I do think it lacked the DDD touch! How can you NOT bounce? The large screens are also great, capturing different elements of the show, like a close up of Ben on the piano, Tom on fiddle etc. Also, there is no Dave on brass? I seem to think Marcus called the stand in Davey? I hope he knows the real Dave isn’t in the building.
Anyway, it was a great gig, it rawked from the sidelines and I have the bruised thigh from the seats to prove it.
SisterCDecember 3, 2015 at 10:32 am #5596
Mumford & Sons @ the 3Arena Dublin. 2 December 2015.
Setlist: as I can remember!
I will wait
Below my Feet
Lover of the Light
Awake my Soul
Tompkins Square Park
Cold Arms (acoustic. No B Stage last night due to layout of the 3Arena, wide & thick according to Marcus I believe….)
I’m on Fire
Marcus sharing with the crowd how he once got thrown of of a pub in Limerick…. Ben saying how much the band love Dublin ‘a second home’ for them.
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