Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Reveals The Reason Behind Why He Doesn’t Want Performing At Super Bowl Halftime Show
During a recent interview with Hugh McIntyre from Forbes, Imagine Dragons’ member Dan Reynolds and Dan Platzman spoke about played some of their biggest performs at the UEFA Champions League Final, one of the largest and most-watched soccer games in the world.
The interviewer on the following question:
“The biggest sports stage in the world, I think if you asked a number of Americans, they would say that’s the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Any desire for that?”
Dan Reynolds responded:
“No. I think we’re really happy to be exactly where we are, playing the UEFA Champions League Final. This is where we want to be. So, no.”
He also praised UEFA Champions League Final show. Reynolds said:
“Playing at the UEFA Champions League Final is part of the plan. I think we’ve been strategically choosing specific shows to play to bring the music to as many people as we can around the world. I think, that as an artist, at least for ourselves, that’s always our goal.
To share our music with as many people as possible and travel the world and experience as much as we can before we die. So, here we are today, and this feels like a once in a lifetime thing, and I certainly feel honored and blessed to be part of it.”
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