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Imagine Dragons at Toyota Amphitheatre

Why see Imagine Dragons?

Loom World Tour!

Las Vegas-based 'Radioactive' indie pop-rockers Imagine Dragons are hitting the road on a brand new tour to celebrate their sixth studio album, 'Loom'! Much like their desert-born stadium rock contemporaries, The Killers, Imagine Dragons seamlessly blend engaging synth-based dance-pop with emotionally charged Brit-pop-inspired alt-rock. Don't miss your chance to see these Grammy winners live!

Formed in Utah in 2009, the band cites the likes of Arcade Fire, Nirvana, Muse, The Beatles, Paul Simon, and Harry Nilsson as some of their key artistic influences. Lead vocalist Dan Reynolds credits acts like Foster the People and Mumford & Sons for leading the way in bringing alternative pop music to its recent level of commercial success over the years. With a total of 49 awards and 167 nominations across major award ceremonies like the Billboard Music Awards, Grammys, and MTV Music Awards, there's no doubt they've made their mark in the industry.

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Oct 2


Customer reviews

13 reviews, average rating: (4.5 Stars)

Jennifer Horek

Best show ever!!

We had seats in section 6, which is where band moved to when they moved off the main stage. This show was so uplifting and joyful that I never wanted it to end! If Imagine Dragons had scheduled a 2nd or 3rd or even 4th night I would have wanted to be there for all of them. I've been going to concerts since 1978 and this was THE BEST EVER!! ... Read more

TR Arnstad

First concert for 8 and 9 yr old

Such an amazing experience and what a memory!! Such positive energy and positive messages...couldn't have loved it more! ... Read more

Greg d

Great Music, Odd Venue

We really enjoyed the music bottom line. I thought the venue was way too small for this concert. The amphitheater was packed beyond its limits - too many people. The set up cuts off the audience response to the music b/c of the structure over the seating area. If it had been played at the Great American Ballpark across the river, you would have felt the audience feedback to the stage area. It also limited what ID could do to engage the crowd. I'm unsure why this location was selected but I think it took away from the potential of the experience. The headliners are too popular now to select a venue this small. The music was great but the performance and crowd engagement could have been much more. ... Read more

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