Dan Reynolds is the lead singer of Imagine Dragons.

Dan Reynolds is the lead singer of Imagine Dragons. Credit: Getty Images for On Location / Anna Webber

Alternative rock band Imagine Dragons, which has never scored a No. 1 single but has sold some 75 million albums primarily on the strength of radio play, lands at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh as the second stop on its 2024 tour supporting the upcoming album “Loom.”

General-public tickets for the Aug. 2 concert go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at ImagineDragonsMusic.com/tour.

Imagine Dragons, formed in Las Vegas in the late 2000s, has earned a near-record four RIAA Diamond-certified singles, meaning sales of at least 10 million units apiece, behind only Bruno Mars’ five.

“Radioactive” (2012), which reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart to become the band’s first hit, has sold 16 million units, making it also Imagine Dragons’ biggest song to date. It also reaped the band’s only Grammy Award, for best rock performance, out of four nominations total.

Its other Diamond records are 2012’s “Demons” (2012) with sales of 11 million; and 2017’s “Believer” and “Thunder,” with 13 million and 12 million, respectively.

“Loom” is set for release June 28. The tour will commence July 30 in Camden, New Jersey, and conclude Oct. 22 in Los Angeles, though the band tweeted Monday, “[T]ons more dates to come soon.”

A longtime quartet consisting of lead singer Dan Reynolds, guitarists Wayne Sermon and Ben McKee and drummer Daniel Platzman, the band as seen on its website’s official photo is a trio not including Platzman. He likewise does not appear with the other three on-screen in the music video for the new album’s first single, “Eyes Closed,” released April 3.

Representatives for Imagine Dragons did not respond to a Newsday request for comment. The band’s last social-media post showing Platzman was a Nov. 1 tweet.  Platzman’s highly active social-media accounts do not appear to mention Imagine Dragons whatsoever.

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