Imagine Dragons is a relatively young band, having formed in 2008, but after releasing their debut album, Night Visions, last year, the band quickly rocketed up the charts with their hit single, "It's Time".
The band has been selling out shows across the country and on Friday night fans packed into the Fillmore Detroit to get a chance to see them live.
The show was opened by L.A. alternative rock band, Nico Vega, who made quite the impression as vocalist, Aja Volkman, leapt from one end of the stage to the other, creating a frenetic set that got the crowd ready for the show.
Atlas Genius were up next with a solid set of indie rock.
Imagine Dragons took awhile to get on stage but once they did it was a non-stop set full of energy and passion.
Vocalist, Dan Reynolds' enthusiasm is infectious and the give and take that he has with a crowd is obviously what has made the band such a popular live act.
Throughout the set he was constantly on the move as he invited the crowd to sing along and, at times, played various drums set up on the stage.
Popular tracks like "Tiptoe", "Bleeding Out" and "It's Time" drew loud crowd responses and their performance of the dark track, "Radioactive" was a set highlight.
The band returned to the stage for a encore sporting Detroit Pistons' jerseys and promising the crowd they would be back soon before closing things out with a performance of "Nothing Left To Say".
Imagine Dragons Setlist:
Round and Round
Cha-Ching (Till We Grow Older)
On Top of the World
Nothing Left to Say