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The 'due to phenomenal demand' Gods have answered: Mumford and Sons have added a SECOND Malahide Castle tour date.

Marcus Mumford and his fellow brethren have curated an extra day in the capital with another show booked for Saturday 15 June, the day after their original slot.

The amazing line-up will see supports slots from on-the-rise singer Dermot Kennedy, Wild Youth and AURORA.


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Norwegian pop sensation AURORA is slowly breaking into the market, and Wild Youth are Ireland's latest pop band to get their start.

Tickets for the second leg of the Gentleman of the Road spectacular tour are priced €69.75 including booking fees.

Head on over to Ticketmaster to grab them, you 100 percent don't want to miss this unreal summer concert, trust us.

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There is more great celebrity news today as former Glee star, Dianna Agron has tied the knot with Mumford & Sons' banjoist Winston Marshall.

The pair are said to have wed in Morocco over the weekend after getting engaged back in December 2015.

Dianna, 30, and Winston, 27, were first spotted together back in July, 2015 and it's been a whirlwind romance ever since.

Dianna remains very private with her 1.1 million Instagram followers yet to get a glimpse at her new husband.

Huge congratulations to the newly married couple and hopefully they'll decide to share some memories from the big day.


With news emerging that police in Sweden are currently investigating five rapes and more than 10 sexual assaults at the Bravalla Festival in Stockholm, Mumford and Sons have vowed to boycott the event until there is a substantial improvement in security.

The band, who headlined the festival which took place between June 29th and July 2nd, took to their official Facebook page yesterday to condemn the action of some festival-goer's

"We're appalled to hear what happened at the Bravalla Festival last weekend," they began in the post which has been liked more than 25,000 times in 24 hours.

"Festivals are a celebration of music and people, a place to let go and feel safe doing so," they continued. "We're gutted by these hideous reports."

Making their feelings clear, they finished the post by confirming they would not be playing at Bravalla again until something is done to prevent such crimes.

"We won't play at this festival again until we've had assurances from the police and organisers that they're doing something to combat what appears to be a disgustingly high rate of reported sexual violence."

The post has been shared more than 1,000 times since its upload, and has opened a debate among the band's followers on how to approach the issue.

"Unfortunately the effect of any actions taken by the police and/or organisers will be limited because the root of this problem is on a much deeper societal level, where boys are raised in to thinking that this kind of behaviour is okay," began one Facebook user.

"We must teach our sons that it is never okay to rape, and teach our daughters that they should never accept to have their bodies and integrety violated in any way, shape or form in their lives," she added. (sic)

Another suggested the band need to play a more active role in combating the issue, writing: "OR you play at festivals but before each gig you actually tell the audience to look around and be more aware of the problem. Be part of the solution to reach out."

According to The Telegraph, Swedish Prime Minister, Stefan Lofven, has vowed to tighten laws relating to sexual assault.

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The world's stars and artists lined up in New York to pay a second tribute to David Bowie last night.

Mumford & Sons were one fo the first  musicians paying tribute at Radio City Music Hall, which was also live-streamed so viewers could watch the concert in exchange for a charity donation.

Blondie's Debbie Harry, former REM frontman Michael Stipe, Pixies and The Flaming Lipswere also in attendance after performing the night before in Carnegie Hall.

David died in January, at the age of 69 after an 18-month battle with cancer.


While this may still be a relatively new celebrity couple, it seems that actress Dianna Agron is more than ready to settle down with her rock star boyfriend, Winston Marshall. 

According to US Weekly, the Mumford & Sons musician popped the question to his 29-year-old flame over the Christmas holidays. 

While the pair have been keeping a relatively low profile, it is now believed that the former Glee star has said yes! 

The couple have only been together roughly seven months with their romance confirmed in July of 2015 when the handsome duo were spotted on a romantic stroll around Paris. 

The pair were next spotted looking particularly cosy at an after party for the movie premiere of comedy film She's Funny That Way in August.

"'Dianna was smiling and laughing a lot, and seemed really happy," a source told US Weekly at the time. 

The blonde actress has had romances mainly with actors in the past having dated Alex Pettyfer in 2010 and Thomas Cocquerel until the end of 2014. 

Winston Marshall was previously linked to Katy Perry back in early 2015. 


Expect to see Dianna Agron and Carey Mulligan hanging out soon, because they're now both linked to Mumford and Sons band members.

While Dianna isn't quite at the level of being married and pregnant like Carey and her man, she did seem pretty smitten when she was spotted with banjoist Winston Marshall in Paris this week. The pair were pictured taking a stroll through the City of Love, holding hands and looking every bit the hipster couple in their matching sunnies.

The Glee actress looked casual in a navy and white midi-dress and heels, while Winston wore an open necked linen shirt and jacket.

Mumford and Sons are due to play a gig in Paris tonight, and Dianna mixed business with pleasure during her mini-break by making an appearance at a Miu Miu event while in the French capital. 29-year-old Dianna has been enjoying some downtime since finishing up her West End play McQueen on June 27, in which she played the lead role.

Prior to meeting Winston, the actress was linked to Jennifer Lawrence's ex Nicholas Hoult, who apparently showed her a more relaxed side of London during her stay by bringing her for a pub dinner or two. Classy.

As for Winston, he was most recently rumoured to be seeing Katy Perry after the pair were seen getting very flirty at a nightclub in Berlin last March.



Ooh, this guy could annoy some hardcore Mumford and Sons fans – but we think this is pretty hilarious!

Dione Beary uploaded this video of himself to YouTube which sees him playing what he feels is every Mumford and Sons song ever.

Does it sound like this one?

Or…this one?

Hmm, maybe he's onto something!

We still do love us some Mumford though!



Mumford and Sons fans can breathe a sigh a relief as it has been confirmed the band are not breaking up.

Rumours began after Mumford and Son’s banjo player, Winston Marshall had said in an interview that the band had broken up for good.

“I wish I had something to say about Mumford & Sons. It was a good time It’s over. We had a good time, though, you know. It was good.”

However, representatives of Mumford and Sons have come out and said the banjo’s players comments “were meant in jest” and the band is not splitting up for good.





Ok, so he was joking but we did get worried for a second! It turns out Marcus Mumford, lead singer of the band, is simply sick of people asking him if the group split following a few months break.

Talking to XFM in the UK, Marcus spoke about the break the band have taken since their last tour saying: “It’s been quite nice just to have a few months to chill out. Everyone keeps asking if we’ve broken up as a band, which I love, so I keep saying ‘yes’, and then we can have a big comeback tour next year.”

We’re sure Marcus is using the break to spend time with his wife Carey Mulligan , who he married in 2012.

Don’t keep us waiting too long – we need new Mumford & Sons in our lives!

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