The holiday period may be over but that doesn't mean you have to pack away the party mood.
Multi-platinum Grammy Award-winning band Imagine Dragons are heading to Bahrain as part of their Mercury World Tour.
They will be performing at Al Dana Amphitheatre on 24 January, their first time performing at the amphitheatre.
Hit after hit
The Las Vegas quartet have sold 66 million album equivalents, 55 million digital songs and 110 billion streams. Since 2009, they’ve had five consecutive Top 10 debuts on the Billboard Top 200 with Night Visions at 2012. The release of Mercury – Act 2 in 2022 saw them complete their first double-album opus. It was produced by the legendary Rick Rubin.
The group have collaborated with big names, blending their sounds with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa. They have also given back to their community and have raised millions for various causes, including their paediatric cancer charity they Tyler Robinson Foundation. They have also supported frontman Dan Reynold’s LOVELOUD Foundation and festival in support of LGBTQ+ youth.
A tour glitch
In October, the band unexpectedly cancelled their Latin America tour dates. On Instagram they said frontman Dan had damaged vocal chords, which had a serious red flag from his medical team. In a lengthy post on the social media site, the band said they have never cancelled a tour and promised to make it up to fans. “We hope you know how hard it is for us to postpone these dates and we plan to make it up to you soon. We just can’t give you the show you expect and deserve right now.”
Tickets are still available for you to buy. You can get them here.