The pop-rock band which is known for hits such as 'Radioactive', 'Thunder', 'Believer' among several others, was in Mumbai on Saturday performing at the maiden run of the multi-genre music festival Lollapaloza
Imagine Dragons at Lollapalooza
Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds was so consumed by the intoxicating vibe at the Lollapaloza India on Saturday that he went shirtless during his performance.
The pop-rock band which is known for hits such as 'Radioactive', 'Thunder', 'Believer' among several others, was in Mumbai on Saturday performing at the maiden run of the multi-genre music festival Lollapaloza.
Just before band's performance of 'Whatever It Takes', Reynolds took off his t-shirt. To be honest, the biting humidity of India's financial capital also added to the gesture.
Reynolds returned with more energy, this time carrying the impact of Tsunami as he drowned the packed crowd with most loved songs of the band one after the other. The singer while interacting with the crowd said: "You guys are very warm and loving, it's a pleasure to perform in front of you guys. Your food is amazing, thank you for sharing. We would like to do this again."
Imagine Dragons' performance dwarfed other performances at the venue as it was the closing act and pulled in huge crowds, at one point the Mumbai Police personnel deployed inside the venue for crowd management were left trying to hold the threads of the security fabric given the numbers swelled up with every song of Imagine Dragons.
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While Day 1 of Lollapalooza saw performances by Imagine Dragons, Japanese Breakfast, Greta Van Fleet Lollapalooza and the Punjabi musician A.P. Dhillon, who sent the crowd in frenzy along with his fellow Punjabi singer Shinda Kahlon, Day 2 of the festival will present performances by The Strokes, Prateek Kuhad, Divine and others.
Lollapalooza India, co-produced and promoted by BookMyShow, is being held at the Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai. The audience included people of every age group from - from young adults to even senior citizens.
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