The successful American group Imagine Dragons, announced new countries that are added to its enormous Mercury World Tour. The tour celebrates the release of her highly anticipated double album, Mercury—Acts 1 & 2 with stops at Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico City
The official announcement was made through their official networks after they released the album in the last two years Mercury in two split acts, one for 2021 and one released last July.
“Chile and Mexicopre-sale Monday August 22 at 11 am local time subscribe to our newsletter to get the password all tickets on sale Thursday August 25 at 11 am local time. See you soon”, can be read in the translation of the tweet issued by the group.
In accordance with ticktemaster The pre-sale will be held on August 23 and 24 with Citibanamexpeople who have a credit card with this bank will be able to acquire their tickets at 3, 6 and 9 months without interest.
So far, the well-known ticket office has not shared any information regarding the prices for the presentation of Imagine Dragons in the enclosure located in the Venustiano Carranza city hall of CDMX, although some Internet users expect prices to range between 800 and 2,000 pesos.
Imagine Dragons debuted in 2008, gained worldwide recognition with his debut album Night Visions released in 2012. The band has won a Grammy Award in the category ‘Best Rock Performance’. So far the group has six studio albums.
The last recorded visit of the band in Mexico was when they performed at Corona Capital 2018 on the occasion of their tour Evolve Tour where they played their greatest hits for more than 171 thousand people, from Radioactive, Shots, On Top of The Worldamong other.
Another of the events that were recorded during CC2018 was when the group headed by Daniel Coulter sang cute sky, It should be remembered that the first time they performed in Mexico was in 2015 when they gave their first concert in Aztec lands from the Palacio de los Deportes during his promotional tour for his then recent albumSmoke & Mirrors.
The Mercury World Tour, which has passed through stadiums, coliseums and festivals around the world; It began on February 6 at the FTX Arena in Miami and has already completed fifty shows. He reached this figure on July 16, when he closed the European leg of the tour at the Hippodrome Paris in the French capital.
This part of the tour was compromised due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. For security reasons, they were forced to cancel the date they had scheduled in Ukraine for June 3 at the Olympic Stadium in kyiv, as well as the dates scheduled for June 5 and 7 in the Russian cities of Moscow and Saint Petersburg. respectively.
The next leg of the tour includes a total of twenty concerts throughout the United States and Canada until mid-September. With a one-month break included in the schedule, the Latin American stage of the tour will begin, which will cover the largest capitals of the continent such as Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico.