It was the summer of 2012 in London, England and I had just attended a Mumford and Sons concert. I had been looking forward to attending one of their concerts since they released their Sigh No More Album in 2009. I felt nervous as I sat down but I was definite it would be a great show. As soon as the opening band came on I could feel the electricity in my fingertips. They were absolutely outstanding but I was extremely anxious for what I had been waiting for all this time, Mumford and Sons. While trying to catch my breath feeling astonished, the lights went out. In the midst of the shadows, the band entered the stage. The audience was cheering so loud while I transformed into a euphoric state. As they introduced themselves I refocused just in time to listen to their first song. They performed “I Will Wait” which I had known had been a “hot hit” considering it helped rocket their second album higher in the charts. As they continued to share their music with the audience, I could feel the adrenaline rush through my veins. I knew my energy was being carried throughout the crowd. Everybody was at such a high vibration while we shouted the lyrics with the band. When they announced they were singing their last song, I surprisingly didn’t feel sad. Instead, I felt grateful that I could cross one of my life long dreams off my bucket list. They concluded with my personal favourite, “Babel.” I walked out of the building a happier person. The show was far more memorable than I could have ever imagined.