Imagine Dragons at Jones Beach Theater

Imagine Dragons Tickets

Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater | Wantagh, New York

Imagine Dragons

Welcome to the new age! IMAGINE DRAGONS is officially kicking off a new era, set to unveil their highly-anticipated sixth full-length album "Loom" coming out this June. Turning the summer heat right up with a roster of new anthems, the pop-rock band is launching THE LOOM TOUR, in support of the new LP. It's bound to be their biggest North American headline tour yet, and part of it is a special stop at Jones Beach Theater on Friday, August 2nd. Fans can expect Imagine Dragons to perform their biggest hits alongside their new tracks - one of which is their latest hit single "Eyes Closed". The track with bits of rap, rock, and pop shares how the band infuses their familiar styles to new and fresh influences on the upcoming LP. It's an album that brought the band joy, and just like how they're hard-hitters "Radioactive", "It's Time", "Believer", and many more have rocked our hearts. Don't miss out as the LOOM era takes over the stage. Book your tickets now!

Taking the world by storm with their "Night Visions" debut in 2012, IMAGINE DRAGONS created a sonic space of hard-hitting music. The album spawned their all-time favorite smash hits "It's Time", "Demons", "On Top of the World", and "Radioactive". With multi-platinum and diamond certifications from the RIAA, they're one of today's biggest pop-rock bands. Now, they're set to unveil a new era with their upcoming sixth studio LP, "Loom".

Imagine Dragon's new album is scheduled for release on June 28, 2024. The band shared a glimpse of what to expect, dropping their newest hit single "Eyes Closed". The track serves the band's signature style alongside bits of rap-rock, pop, alt, and some dubstep sonic elements. The album is said to be a blend of the familiar Imagine Dragons sound we all know, with hints of new and fresh influences coming from the joy they found working on the new project.

"After taking some time off the road and spending time catching up with family and loved ones, I finally have felt the desire to go back to the sonic places that originally brought me the most joy, but with a new outlook and mentality," Reynolds said about the track, via Rolling Stone. "The world looks much different after being a band for more than a decade. But some things will always remain the same. It’s finding that right balance of nostalgia and freshness that brings me the most joy in the studio. We had a lot of fun making this one and hope you enjoy it too."

The album arrives two years since the band's last record "Mercury - Act 2", a double album matched with its "Act 1". Spending the last couple of years on the road, performing their big hits and new anthems, Imagine Dragons found solace in catching up with their personal lives, and found inspirations that we'll soon hear in "Loom".

"Imagine Dragons are flying higher than ever ….Ten years after their commercial breakthrough, the Las Vegas rockers are still scoring real crossover hits, playing to packed houses, and playing a U2-esque long game," Billboard shared.

Though they've taken quite a break over the last year after a long run of shows, they all headed back to the studio with newfound inspirations and stories to tell.

Kicking off a new tour, fans can expect their big hits such as "Radioactive", "It's Time", "Demons", "Believer", "Thunder", "Whatever It Takes", and many more, alongside fresh songs off of "Loom" on stage. Though this is of course a celebration of their music, the band has previously shared that they want their fans to attend their shows for a communal experience.

"It’s just a lot of people in a room together realizing they’re not alone in their feelings," Reynolds said, via AP News. "I don’t necessarily need them to feel happy or sad or anything. I just want them to look around them and see that other people are also feeling something."

Get ready to witness a new era of IMAGINE DRAGONS live on stage as Loom takes over. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Imagine Dragons at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater

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