The Lumineers East Rutherford Tickets
The Lumineers have been a revelation ever since coming out on the music scene. A journey that began as a result of a personal tragedy for its founding members Jeremiah Fraites and Wesley Schultz, has now resulted in the band becoming one of the most sought after names in the business. With two albums and multiple major awards to their credit already, The Lumineers are just getting started. They will now go on tour with U2 and together they will soon perform at the MetLife Stadium. Grab The Lumineers East Rutherford tickets and watch them take the stage live.
The Lumineers are certainly going places. In the short span of time since coming out with their debut album, they have proved that they have the talent to rise to the top. Now they are going on tour and this is your chance to see what makes them so special firsthand.
A tragic beginning
It was in the year 2002 that Josh Fraites, the brother of Jeremiah Fraites passed away. He was only 19. Wesley Schultz, who was Josh’s best friend teamed up with Jeremiah and the two began to pen down songs. This was their way of coping with Josh’s death. Those writing sessions eventually led to the formation of The Lumineers.
They started off playing small shows in and around New York City. The band failed to generate too much buzz and then decided to focus on Denver’s open mic landscape. That is when they got to meet Neyla Pekarek.
The stars begin to shine
The Lumineers released “Ho Hey,” their first track in 2011 and the song began to generate some buzz on social media. They signed a record deal and a year later came out with their debut album. The self-titled album went as high as the second spot on the Billboard 200.
That was followed up by the release of The Lumineer’s second album, “Cleopatra” in 2016. It went to the number one spot on the UK Albums Chart and the Billboard 200. They are now about to go on tour and will be performing with U2. Grab The Lumineers East Rutherford tickets and catch them live in concert at the MetLife Stadium.