September 25, 2023

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Strong craze for Imagine Dragons

Strong craze for Imagine Dragons

Two serious groups have welcomed the American group Imagine Dragons for a reunion with the Quebec people in the spring of 2022, as health restrictions allow.

Also read: Imagine that the Dragons are finally back in Quebec!

Government announcements on Thursday did not dampen the enthusiasm of the group’s followers. At the VideoTron Center, we were told that there were only a few tickets left for the April 26 show, just hours after they went on sale on Friday.

There was so much excitement that a second date was announced. Another concert from the tour Mercury Will be held on the 1stIs May. More than 70% of places have already found a taker.

Everything indicates that the Don Reynolds gang will sell twice, unless the coronavirus spoiler comes to play.


The Legalt government on Thursday decided to limit attendance in theaters and amphitheaters to 50% capacity as part of a plan of tough action to curb the fourth wave.

However, Imagine Dragons has not stepped on the videotron center stage for many months and by then fans are clearly betting that this measure will be lifted.

“We are hopeful the situation will be more favorable,” the amphitheater said on Friday via its Facebook page.

The company has made it clear that if the shows are canceled, all ticket holders will be reimbursed.


The American group, which is a regular on the charts, will reconnect with the Quebec public in October 2017 after performing at the VideoTron Center in front of 12,000 people.

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This is the third time Imagine Dragons has tried to find their own audience in the Quebec capital, after a violent thunderous performance at the Summer Festival in 2019 was reduced and the same festival was canceled in 2020 due to the epidemic.

We can count on one hand the international stars who stopped at the Videotron Center for more than one show of the same show.

Along with Imagine Dragons, Celine Dion, Muse and Roger Waters did it.

Earlier this week, the VideoTron Center also announced the arrival of pop star Mika on April 7 and Rock Group Primus on May 17.