The Lumineers have already had a huge 2020, including the release of more dates for their massive III The World Tour.



A very special part of the tour will be playing their first headlining stadium show in their hometown of Denver, Colorado on August 29.


Songwriter and drummer Jeremiah Fraites took to the band’s Instagram last Wednesday (January 29) to reflect on how far the band has come in the past ten years.


“Can’t believe this is real. When Wes [Wesley Schultz, lead vocalist and guitarist] and I moved to Denver 10 years ago we started out at the open mic at the Meadowlark. That’s actually where we met Stelth Ulvang [main keyboardist for The Lumineers]. The goal was to play places like the Larimar Lounge and the Hi Dive. A place like Red Rocks was the 10 year goal. The baseball stadium was def never a goal, at least for me because I only set dreams and goals I thought were obtainable. Feel so lucky we will get to do this, especially in Denver and especially with a sick fellow local band like Gregory Alan Isakov!”



The Lumineers will stop by Rogers Place on their III The World Tour on Friday, September 4. Tickets are on sale now here.


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