Mumford & Sons Are Auctioning Off Five Signed Banjos For A Good Cause

By Katrina Nattress

April 29, 2019

Mumford & Sons are currently on the European leg of their massive Delta world tour, and their doing something special for five dates. The quartet paired up with Deering Banjos to auction off signed banjos, each custom-made to represent the region they're benefitting: Portugal, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg and Wales.

"New @Deering_Banjos auctions are live! The custom-made Spain and Italy banjos have been personally signed by us. Proceeds will go towards these amazing charities @ServeTheCityMAD and @BancoAlimentare. For more info on their work & to enter your bid," the band tweeted. In addition to those charities, they'll also be contributing to SOS Children’s Village Portugal, Fondatioun Kriibskrank Kanner in Luxembourg, and Community Music Wales.

Check out Mumford & Sons' tweet below and place your auction bids here.

After wrapping up their European tour on May 19, the English folk rockers will come back Stateside to hit the festival circuit, including appearances at Napa Valley's Bottlerock May 24-26 and KAABOO Del Mar September 13-15. The band recently shared a mini-documentary called Mumford & Sons: 12 Years Strong, which saw the band reflect on its journey to success and get back to its roots by performing at some iconic American record shops.

Photo: Twitter

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