Imagine Dragons to give surprise performance on plane
NEW YORK (AP) — Imagine Dragons is ready to rock you — in the sky.
The Grammy-winning band and Southwest Airlines announced Monday that the group will perform a surprise Live at 35 concert at 35,000 feet on a Feb. 24 flight.
Southwest will launch a sweepstakes on Feb. 3 for a fan and three friends to win tickets for the flight as well as concerts on the ground.
The Ultimate Destination Dragons tour will also visit venues in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas, where the rock band is based.
Imagine Dragons will release its sophomore album, "Smoke + Mirrors," on Feb. 17. It's the follow-up to 2012's multi-platinum "Night Visions," which includes the hits "Radioactive," ''It's Time" and "Demons."