Mumford & Sons bring 2013 Glastonbury festival to an end


Mumford & Sons were joined onstage by Vampire Weekend and The Vaccines as they brought the 2013 Glastonbury festival to an end last night (June 30th).

The group was able to fulfill its headline duties at Worthy Farm despite recently having to postpone a number of US dates after bass player Ted Dwane underwent emergency surgery on a blood clot on the brain just a matter of weeks ago.

They included all the fan favourites from their two big selling studio albums ‘Sigh No More‘ and ‘Babel‘, and were joined by the two aforementioned bands, as well as First Aid Kit and The Staves, for a cover of The Beatles‘ ‘With A Little Help From My Friends‘ to conclude both their set, and the festival itself.


‘Lovers Eyes’
‘I Will Wait’
‘Whispers In The Dark’
‘Winter Winds’
‘White Blank Page’
‘Little Lion Man’
‘Lover of the Light’
‘Thistle And Weeds’
‘Ghosts That We Knew’
‘Hopeless Wanderer’
‘Holland Road’
‘Roll Away Your Stone’
‘Awake My Soul’
‘Dustbowl Dance’
‘The Cave’
‘With A Little Help From My Friends’

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