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Mumford and Sons rock Centennial Park

Mumford and Sons lead singer Marcus Mumford performs on Tuesday night at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta. (Staff Photo: Jason Braverman)

Mumford and Sons lead singer Marcus Mumford performs on Tuesday night at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta. (Staff Photo: Jason Braverman)

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More than 22,000 people pack Centennial Olympic Park on Tuesday for the Mumford and Sons concert in Atlanta. (Staff Photo: Jason Braverman)

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ATLANTA — More than 22,000 people packed Centennial Olympic Park on Tuesday night to see one of the hottest acts of the last few years.

Grammy Award-winning band Mumford and Sons did not disappoint the 20 to 30-something crowd that gathered on a warm September night in Downtown Atlanta.

The nearly two hour set included hits "I Will Wait," "Little Lion Man," "Babel," "The Cave" and the cover "Come Together" by the Beatles.

The four-member band, which formed in 2007, includes Marcus Mumford, Ted Dwane, Winston Marshall and Ben Lovett. They won Album of the Year for 'Babel' at the Grammy Awards in February.

The Vaccines and Bear's Den opened the show on their "Full English" tour.

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