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Imagine Dragons Announce Arena Tour

The 'Into the Night' tour begins February 8th in Boise, Idaho

Imagine Dragons
Courtesy of UMG
October 7, 2013 11:15 AM ET

Imagine Dragons will look to build on the massive success of their electro-rock anthem "Radioactive" and platinum-selling debut album Night Visions next year with a 21-date arena trek, dubbed the "Into the Night" tour. The Las Vegas band will kick off their cross-country run on February 8th at the Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho.

Imagine Dragons Go 'Radioactive' on the Charts

Joining the band on tour will be alt-rock band the Naked and Famous, as well as special guests Nico Vega and X Ambassadors for select dates. General public tickets go on sale Friday, October 11th, at Live Nation.

On October 22nd, the band will release a remix bundle of their current single "Demons," which includes remixes, a music video, and a live acoustic performance of the track. Stream an exclusive remix stream below.

Here are Imagine Dragons' tour dates:

2/8 Boise, ID -- Taco Bell Arena                                 
2/10 Vancouver, BC -- Rogers Arena                          
2/11 Seattle, WA -- Key Arena
2/13 San Jose, CA -- SAP Center At San Jose         
2/14 Los Angeles, CA -- The Forum                              
2/15 San Diego, CA -- Valley View Casino Center     
2/17 Phoenix, AZ -- US Airways Center                  
2/20 Austin, TX -- Frank Erwin Center
2/21 Dallas, TX -- American Airlines Center        
2/24 Nashville, TN -- Bridgestone Arena          
2/26 Atlanta, GA -- Philips Arena                          
2/28 Norfolk, VA -- Constant Convocation Center
3/1 Uncasville, CT -- Mohegan Sun Arena              
3/3 Montreal, QC -- Bell Centre                             
3/4 Toronto, ON -- Air Canada Centre                  
3/6 Worcester, MA -- DCU Center                             
3/7 Camden, NJ -- Susquehanna Bank Center     
3/8 East Rutherford, NJ -- IZOD Center                            
3/12 St. Paul, MN -- Xcel Energy Center                
3/13 Chicago, IL -- Allstate Arena                         
3/15 Denver, CO -- Pepsi Center                            

 

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