Catch a luminous show at the Staples Center on August 21 as the Lumineers hit Los Angeles for their III World Tour. They’ll be joined by indie-folk artist Gregory Alan Isakov and Colorado singer-songwriter Daniel Rodriguez.
The Colorado-based indie folk band has sold out multiple arenas and performed all over the world. Their platinum singles “Ho Hey” and “Stubborn Love” off their debut Grammy award winning album drew in a large fanbase, and the catchy “Ho Hey” could be heard at just about everyone’s wedding since 2012.
Their latest album III was released in 2019, and tells a story in three chapters. The lyrics bring forward singer Wesley Schultz’s near and dear friends and family members and their struggles with addiction. The new album has been described as “audacious,” with each note and silence carrying a powerful charge.
Although they’ve supported major acts like U2 and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in the past, The Lumineers take center stage for their III tour this fall. You won’t want to miss this epic performance!
Location: The Staples Center
Address: 1111 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Photo Credit: Raymond Flotat