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Imagine Dragons Tour Schedule

Imagine Dragons are back in 2017 with their new album Evolve and "Evolve World Tour!" Get tickets to hear them live. 

About Imagine Dragons

Imagine Dragons are classified as American alternative rock and are from Las Vegas, Nevada. The band formed back in 2008 when lead singer Dan Reynolds came together with some old college buddies. The band has been through few changes in their lineup. The ending result is Dan Reynolds: lead vocals, Ben McKee: bass guitar, Wayne Sermon: lead and rhythm guitar, and Daniel Platzman: drums.

Imagine Dragons has released 3 EPs; Imagine Dragons, Hell and Silence and It’s Time before getting signed to a record label and exploding all over the world. They got their big break when they had to fill in at Bite of Las Vegas Festival 2009. Later that year they signed with Interscope Records and began to work with Alex da Kid, and English Grammy-winning producer.

The band released their first record Night Visions in 2012. The released three singles, "It’s Time," "Radioactive" and "Demons." All three singles did well, but "Radioactive" by far was the most popular around the world. They dropped Smoke + Mirrors in 2015 and toured following the album. The band then dropped Evolve in 2017 and followed with the "Evolve World Tour."

Being a band that only formed in 2008 and really came into the music scene in 2012, they have done very well for themselves. Currently Imagine Dragons have won a Grammy Award, an American Music Award, five Billboard Music Awards, a Premios-40 Principales Award (Spain) and a World Music Award. Their awards won’t stop there. They have gained a large fan base and will be racking in more awards with years to come. Don't pass up a chance to see them in person and get your tickets today!

Imagine Dragons Discography

Night Visions (2012)

Smoke + Mirrors (2015)

Evolve (2017)

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