Imagine Dragons is on a world tour. On June 30, the band visited Poland and sang their songs at the Opener festival. They did not know whether refugees from Ukraine would come to the concert while their country experienced acts of torture every day. But Imagine Dragons decided to support Ukraine and dedicated themself to her speech and song. The band's frontman addressed the audience with words of support. He said that there might be refugees in the hall or people who had left Ukraine long ago, but that country remained their home.
"Why can't we do more than sing songs with support? I feel helpless... I read your letters and your words. and this song is for you. May your families are safe and there will come peace, which your children will see," said Dan Reynolds.
The band singer also went on stage with the Ukrainian flag and dedicated it to the country attacked by the Russian Federation, the song Alphaville Forever Young.
Dan Reynolds and other band members have repeatedly expressed concern about Ukrainian fate. They call on the world to support Ukraine. Earlier, the band performed similarly in support of Ukraine in the Czech Republic. The soloist of the group also came out with the Ukrainian flag on the stage in Prague.