(UPDATE 7/30/15) Imagine Dragons are winding down a massive North American leg of their “Smoke + Mirrors” Tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through Saturday. With just three shows remaining, the band is still finding considerable ticket demand on the secondary market. Over the three-show stretch the average secondary price for Imagine Dragons tickets is $90.50.
The bombaste quartet takes on the Rogers Arena in Vancouver tonight, which also serves as the most expensive remaining date. Imagine Dragons Vancouver tickets currently average $96.12 and the cheapest available ticket, or get-in price, is $35. Washington’s Tacoma Dome welcomes the band on Friday, where tickets average $85.38 and get-in price is $51. The Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho will be the last destination of tour on Saturday. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $86.70 and get-in price is $31.
Following their final shows through the weekend the band will take a short hiatus from the road before returning in October with a European tour leg. 10 shows are scheduled between October 13 and November 24, when it wraps at Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland
L.A. Most Expensive, Houston Least Expensive Cities Remaining on Imagine Dragons’ ‘S+M’ Tour
(UPDATE 7/15/15) Bringing its unique brand of bombaste across North America this summer has been Imagine Dragons, who continue to rock U.S. and Canadian venues through the middle of October. Venues across the continent are the only places getting rocked, either – the band is making plenty of noise on the secondary market, too. In fact, Imagine Dragons tickets are still averaging above $100 over the remaining 23 shows on the “Smoke + Mirrors” Tour.
According to TicketIQ, the average price for Imagine Dragons tickets is $135.06 on the secondary market. The band’s most expensive show will be held on July 24at The Forum in Los Angeles, where tickets own a secondary average of $176.12 and a $58 get-in price. EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City will host the second top-priced show on July 28. That gig has a $165.92 ticket average and $64 get-in price.
Houston’s Toyota Center plays host to the cheapest tour stop on July 16. Imagine Dragons Houston tickets currently average at $94.58 and the cheapest ticket available is $31. Among other least expensive shows include August 1 at Taco Bell Arena ($101.80 avg./$43 get-in), July 31 at Tacoma Dome ($105.46 avg./$40 get-in) and July 30 at Rogers Arena ($112.67 avg./$43 get-in).
Imagine Dragons is on the road in support of Smoke + Mirrors, their sophomore studio record that was released back in February. The subsequently-named tour continues in North America through October 12, when it wraps at the SAP Arena in San Jose, California.
Breaking Down The Average Imagine Dragons Setlist For Smoke + Mirrors Tour
Imagine Dragons are bringing the bombast on their Smoke + Mirrors Tour, which kicked off in North America late last month. The group is slated to play in the U.S. and Canada through the middle of October and will make 31 more stops along the way. According to TicketIQ, the average price for Imagine Dragons tickets on the S+M Tour is currently $112.12 on the secondary market.
The band will play its most expensive remaining date at Montreal’s Bell Centre on July 3. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $201 and the cheapest available ticket is $51. It will be the only show of tour that has a ticket price average above $200. Other top-priced shows include The Forum on July 24 ($191.10/avg.), Honda Center ($160.51/avg.) and EnergySolutions Arena ($160.51/avg.).
Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh welcomes Imagine Dragons’ cheapest show on June 19. Tickets for the Steel City gig currently average at $56.04 and the get-in price is $19.
Below is the average setlist the band has performed over its first three weeks on the road, according to setlist.fm:
Smoke + Mirrors Tour Average Setlist
- It’s Time
- Forever Young
- Smoke and Mirrors
- I’m So Sorry
- Hopeless Opus
- On Top of the World
- I Bet My Life
- The Fall