Summer is the perfect time to go to a concert and sing your heart out to your favorite songs to beat the heat. And now, Hulu Allowing viewers to do this in the comfort of their own homes, they are ready to set free Imagine Dragons: Live from Las Vegas on July 14. The presentation was very special for the band, considering how they originally formed in that city, setting the stage for an intimate show filled with their biggest hits. The network itself describes the presentation as “a love letter to the band and the city that helped make them one of the biggest acts in the world.”
It will be part of the concert Imagine a dragon‘s “Mercury Tour” is currently selling out venues worldwide. As for the group’s international reach, the special presentation will be available in Latin America and other countries via Star+. Disney+ later in all other areas. While it hasn’t been announced when other countries will be able to enjoy the magic that Imagine Dragon’s music has to offer, summer is here and the world can make this concert a fun experience for the whole family. . Whether you’ve been a fan of the band since they formed in 2008 or are just joining in on the fun, this show is sure to impress anyone who tunes in.
Documentary film director and producer Matt Eastin and produced by the performer Mack Reynolds, Turner Pope, John Janickand Steve Berman and consists of group members Dan Reynolds, Wayne Sermon, Ben McKee and Daniel Platzman. This is not the first time that Imagine Dragons has ventured into the world of filmmaking, as their vocalist has worked before. A believer, a documentary about LGBTQ acceptance in the Mormon community. Released in 2018, the project was intended to enlighten the world about the devastating consequences of denial from the Mormon community to its various members.
The sound of Imagine Dragons on the big screen
In addition to being an incredibly popular band, Imagine Dragons has worked closely with the film industry, providing catchy hits to some of the biggest blockbusters of the last decade. Their single “Zero” was played during the closing credits Ralph Breaks the Internet, ending the animated sequel after car chases and action sequences. The band also worked on the soundtrack The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Transformers: Age of Extinction. This summer, it’s time for Imagine Dragons to take center stage instead of focusing on the musical side of the film.
Imagine Dragons: Live from Las Vegas It premieres on Hulu on July 14th.