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Imagine Dragons announce 2014 tour

Imagine Dragons announce 2014 tour

ON TOUR: Imagine Dragons band members, left to right, Daniel Platzman, Dan Reynolds, Wayne Sermon and Ben Mckee are presented the RIAA Gold & Platinum career award for their platinum album "Night Visions", and 6X multi-platinum single "Radioactive" by RIAA's Liz Kennedy on the red carpet at the Grand Reopening party for Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore, on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013 in Baltimore. Photo: Associated Press/Photo by Larry French/Invision for Hard Rock International/AP Images

Looking to capitalize on the success of their chart-topping hit “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons plan a U.S. arena tour.

The band will kick-off the tour in Idaho on Feb. 8, Rolling Stone magazine reported on Monday.

Imagine Dragons’ debut album, “Night Visions” has been certified platinum. Rolling Stone reports Naked and Famous will open for the band during the 21-show tour. Tickets go on sale later this month.

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