Imagine Dragons Live in Berlin 2022 – What fans need to know

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Imagine Dragons Live in Berlin 2022 – What fans need to know

Updated: 06/01/2022 05:30

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Concert: Imagine Dragons will premiere in Berlin on July 5, 2022.

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Imagine dragons coming to Berlin for a concert on July 5, 2022. All information about the concert, tickets and date.

In celebration of the release of their new album Mercury – Act 1, due out in September 2021, Grammy Award-winning Imagine Dragons have announced their 2022 Mercury world tour, and will perform in concert on July 5, 2022 as part of their concert. Tour comes to Berlin. In addition to songs from their current album, the American rock band about superstar Dan Reynolds has a selection of their most popular hits like “Believer”, “Thunder” and “Radioactive” in their bags.

With 46 million albums sold worldwide and 74 billion streams, Imagine Dragons are one of the best-selling rock bands today. In addition to performing in Prague, Milan, Hanover and Berlin, among others, the Las Vegas band will also appear at festivals in the summer of 2022, including I-Days, Rock Werchter, Pinkpop and Lollapalooza Paris.

Where will Imagine Dragons perform?

The concert will take place outdoors at Waldbühne (Glockenturmstraße 1, 14053 Berlin). The open air stage provides a regular space for about 22,000 spectators.

Are there still tickets to the concert?

No, the Imagine Dragons concert in Waldbühne is sold out. Tickets can no longer be pre-purchased on the organizer’s website.

When will it start?

Admission begins on Tuesday (July 5, 2022) at 4 pm. The concert starts around 5:30 PM.

What songs will Imagine Dragons play in Berlin?

Of course, the exact list for their concert in Waldbühne may vary, but these are the songs the Imagine Dragons played at their May 2022 show in Montreal:

  1. my life
  2. Believer
  3. Polaroid / Hopeless Opus
  4. it is time
  5. thunder
  6. Amsterdam
  7. shots
  8. bird
  9. Follow you
  10. Single
  11. natural
  12. beside me
  13. I bet my life
  14. Three little birds
  15. one day
  16. Whatever you take – whatever it costs
  17. All is well
  18. demons
  19. the enemy
  20. bones
  21. radioactive
  22. the case
  23. walk the wire

How will the weather be?

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Are there hygiene rules when visiting Waldbühne?

All events take place in accordance with current legal regulations: the relevant organizers ensure that hygiene measures are always monitored and monitored.

Here you will find the latest information on the concept of hygiene at Waldbühne.

In general: If you feel sick or even develop symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home!

What is the best way to get to Waldbühne?

Fans who want to attend the concert should leave their car in the best spot: there are only a limited number of parking spaces around Waldbühne. Apart from that, there can be long waits when checking out after the concert. Even those coming from abroad should park in the suburbs or downtown and take the subway (U2, Olympiastadion stop), bus (M49 or 218, Ragniter Allee or Scholzplatz stop) or S-Bahn (S5, Picchelsberg stop) changing .

What can you bring to the Waldbühne?

One non-alcoholic drink per person in a plastic bottle or tetra pack, with a maximum of 0.5 liters. Plus seat cushions and blankets and a DIN A4 size (20 x 30 cm) bag or backpack. Necessary medical equipment and medications can be carried with the appropriate guide through the wheelchair user entrance (to the right of the main entrance). Bags and backpacks larger than DIN A4, bulky items of any kind such as bags, baskets, helmets, strollers, sticky umbrellas, selfie sticks, etc., foods and snacks, and technical equipment such as laptops, tablets, video, photo and audio recording devices are not permitted except for mobile phones.

Here you will find more information about the entry regulations for Waldbühne.

Imagine Dragons Live in Berlin, Tuesday 5 July 2022, Admission 4pm; The party starts at 5.30pm; Waldbühne, Glockenturmstrasse 1, 14053 Berlin.

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