Thursday, August 9, 2012

New Imagine Dragons tour dates

With their current single “It’s Time” continuing to build at multiple radio formats, Las Vegas’ Imagine Dragons are gearing up for the Sept. 4 release of their debut full-length album Night Visions on Interscope Records.

The band, which has been nominated for a 2012 MTV Video Music Award for “Best Rock Video,” will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! the day Night Visions is released.
“This is our first full length album, and we wanted to do it right,” says lead singer Dan Reynolds. “For the first time, we can say we know what our identity is, and we know this is our jumping off point for future albums. We love big and interesting rhythms, and sweeping melodies and huge choruses. We want people to feel something when they hear our music.”

Night Visions follows on the band’s fourth EP Continued Silence, which recently topped the New Artist Alternative album chart. The EP includes “It’s Time,” which is currently No. 6 at Modern Rock radio, No.2 at AAA, and has just broken through at Hot AC.

“It’s Time” has sold over 300,000 copies and combined track sales are approaching 500,000 units. It is currently featured in the trailer for the upcoming film The Perks of Being A Wallflower, which hits theaters on Sept. 20.

The video for “It’s Time” recently climbed to the No. 1 spot on Yahoo! Music. Watch it here:

Headline tour dates:
9/05     Las Vegas, NV/The Hard Rock on the strip
9/07     New York, NY/Santos Party House
9/08     Philadelphia, PA/Piazza at Schmidt’s/WRFF Block Party
9/15     Milwaukee, WI/Rock The Green, Veteran’s Memorial Park
9/16     Chicago, IL/Riot Fest 2012
9/17     Toronto, ON/The Opera House
10/02     Seattle, WA/Showbox at the Market
10/06     Vancouver, BC/Venue TBA
10/08     San Francisco, CA/Great American Music Hall
10/22     Nashville, TNMercy Lounge
9/10     Portland, ME/State Theater
9/11     Hartford, CT/Great Hall at Union Station
9/12     Rochester, NY/Water Street Music Hall
9/13     Pittsburgh, PA/Altar Bar
9/18     Detroit, MI/St. Andrews Hall
9/19     Columbus, OH/Newport Music Hall
9/21     Indianapolis, IN/Egyptian Room
9/22     St. Louis, MO/The Pageant
9/23     Kansas City, MO/Uptown Theater
9/25     Minneapolis, MN/Varsity Theater
9/27     Denver, CO/Summit Music Hall
9/28     Denver, CO/Summit Music Hall
10/01   Boise, ID/Knitting Factory Concert House
10/03   Portland, OR/Roseland Theatre
10/04   Portland, OR/Roseland Theatre
10/09   San Diego, CA/House of Blues
10/10   Santa Ana, CA/The Observatory
10/11    Los Angeles, CA/Club Nokia at L.A. Live
10/15    Tucson, AZ/Rialto Theatre
10/16    Albuquerque, NM/Sunshine Theater
10/18    Austin, TX/Emo’s East
10/20    Dallas, TX/House of Blues
10/23    Atlanta, GA/Tabernacle
10/24    Tampa, FL/The Ritz Ybor
10/25     Lake Buena Vista, FL/House of Blues-Orlando

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