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The Road To Red Rocks

Mumford & Sons

Year: 2013

Runtime: 01:21:23

Mumford and Sons, The Road to Red Rocks consists of official live footage directed and shot by FRED & NiCK at two sold out concerts at the beautiful, majestic, legendary amphitheater set amongst the Red Rocks of Colorado, USA. This Mumford and Sons Live at Red Rocks concert includes exclusive interviews and footage with the band recorded whilst on Gentlemen of the Road touring circuit.

As a general rule of thumb, we say, Red Rocks concerts are not to be missed, especially a Mumford and Sons concert at Red Rocks. Enjoy!

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Rock, Folk, Pop, Indie

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