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Imagine Dragons love Atlanta and fill Philips Arena

Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons at Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia. Febrruary 26, 2014
Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons at Philips Arena, Atlanta, Georgia. Febrruary 26, 2014Photography by Andrew Snook

Imagine Dragons played to a packed crowd in Atlanta for the third time in less than 12 months on Wednesday night on the latest leg of their “Into the Night” tour. The venue was the biggest yet at Philips Arena but like the Tabernacle early in 2013 and the Music Midtown festival in September there was barely any room as thousands of teens and young adults enjoyed one of the hottest bands that are currently touring.

The band love Atlanta and mentioned that the time they played the Tabernacle back in early 2013 was one of the best nights of that tour. Obviously the sentiment goes both ways as they were able to fill Philips Arena to the rafters.

Imagine Dragons have exploded onto the popular music scene in the last twelve months as evidenced by their multiple nominations and one win at the recent Grammy’s. With the floor being General Admission it was always likely to be a great atmosphere.

Nico Vega opened the concert, The Naked and Famous followed and a little after 9pm Imagine Dragons came on and played for about 90 minutes.

As quick as Imagine Dragons rise has been, if you liked Night Visions (their debut album) you were in for a treat as almost the entire set was comprised of tracks off the album. Three other tracks were played including the band’s contribution to the Catching Fire soundtrack “Who We Are”, a version of Rush’s “Tom Sawyer”, and Cha-ching (till we grow older) an Imagine Dragons song which is not available on the Night Visions CD in the United States but for some reason is on European versions.

Imagine Dragons Set List

Fallen
Tiptoe 

Hear Me 

It's Time 

Who We Are 

Rocks 

The River 

Amsterdam 

Cha-Ching (Till We Grow Older) 

My Fault 
(Acapella)
Tom Sawyer 
(Rush cover)
30 Lives 

Demons 

On Top of the World 

Radioactive 


Encore:
Nothing Left to Say