The new dates for the postponed Imagine Dragons shows in São Paulo have been rescheduled to February 28, 2023, at Allianz Parque. In Curitiba, on March 2 at Pedreira Paulo Leminski, in Rio de Janeiro, on March 4, 2023 at Jeunesse Arena’s Outdoor Area.
The band postponed the shows that would take place in October this year in Brazil due to an illness in the vocal cords of Dan Reynolds. A statement about the postponement was initially posted on the band’s social media. Reynolds was diagnosed with bleeding vocal cords and knee problems. The case was considered serious and could cause irreparable damage to his main work instrument: his voice.
Now, the Dan Reynolds-led troupe will tour the country between late February and early March. Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bogotá (Colombia) and Mexico City (Mexico) will also be part of the musicians’ tour of Latin America.
“Some of you may know that Dan has been struggling with a vocal cord hemorrhage and a lump since the last leg of the tour, and he was warned by his doctor that going now could cause a rupture and irreparably damage his voice,” the singer said. group in a statement at the time. “In our 12 years as a band, we’ve never had to cancel a tour (and we can count the number of shows on one hand). We hope you know how difficult it is for us to postpone these dates and we plan to make it up to you soon.”
Well, that “soon” has arrived! The Mercury World Tour, which celebrates the release of the double album Mercury – Acts 1 & 2, will begin in São Paulo on February 28, 2023 at Allianz Parque. On March 2, it goes to Curitiba, at Pedreira Paulo Leminski. Rio de Janeiro hosts the show on March 4, in the Jeunesse Arena Outdoor Area.
The tour will start in São Paulo on February 28, 2023, at Allianz Parque, heading to Curitiba on March 2, at Pedreira Paulo Leminski and on March 4, 2023 in Rio de Janeiro, at Jeunesse Arena Outdoor Area.