Imagine Dragons Denver show: Band announces Pepsi Center stop - Reverb

Imagine Dragons announces arena tour, including a Pepsi Center date in Denver

Remember the first time you heard Imagine Dragons‘ dubstep-rooted “Radioactive” and its indie folk-influenced “It’s Time”? Did you hear those soon-to-be-hits and think, “Gee, it’ll only be time before Imagine Dragons is headlining American arenas!”

If you saw then Imagine Dragons’ dramatic rise to the country’s largest rooms, congratulations. The band just announced a sizable arena tour that cements its place as a formidable force in today’s music industry, and the tour wraps up in Denver in the spring.

The band is calling this latest tour “the final chapter of their North American ‘Night Visions’ tour,” and it starts on Feb. 8 at Boise’s Taco Bell Arena and closes March 15 at Denver’s Pepsi Center.

Tickets for the Pepsi Center date — and many others — go on sale at 10 a.m. Oct. 7 at their website.

The full 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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Ricardo Baca is the founder and executive editor of Reverb, the co-founder of The UMS and an award-winning critic and editor at The Denver Post.