Imagine Dragons Unveil New Album “LOOM” and Announce Epic North American Tour

Las Vegas rock sensation Imagine Dragons is set to electrify the music scene with their much-anticipated sixth studio album, “LOOM,” releasing on June 28, 2024. In conjunction with the album drop, the band will kickstart an extensive North American tour, ensuring a summer filled with explosive live performances and groundbreaking music.

“LOOM” emerges as a fearless exploration of new sonic territories while still harnessing the anthemic power that has defined Imagine Dragons’ sound over the past decade. Produced by the band along with their long-time collaborators Mattman & Robin, the album promises a blend of their signature rock vibes with fresh, innovative elements. The first single from the album, “Eyes Closed,” is already available and offers fans a taste of what to expect with its soaring chorus and captivating melody.

Imagine Dragons will bring their dynamic live show to iconic venues across North America, starting on July 30, 2024, at Camden, NJ’s Freedom Mortgage Pavilion. The tour will feature stops in major cities including Mansfield, MA at the Xfinity Center on August 6, giving New England fans a chance to experience the magic live.

Tickets for the tour go on sale to the general public on April 26, with presales available starting April 23 for Citi cardmembers. The tour not only offers a chance to hear their new album live but also includes a range of VIP experiences, from signed guitars to onstage photos and more, ensuring a memorable night for all attendees.

This tour marks a pivotal moment for Imagine Dragons, who continue to push the boundaries of rock music and live performances. As Billboard notes, the band is “flying higher than ever,” a sentiment echoed by their ever-growing fan base and consistent chart-topping successes.

For those looking to be part of this thrilling musical journey, details and ticket information can be found at the official Imagine Dragons website. Don’t miss your chance to witness the evolution of one of the most influential bands in modern rock.