Maroon 5 Announce North American Tour

View Comments
(Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images for Caesars Entertainment)

(Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images for Caesars Entertainment)

Follow Us
facebook-Button200 twitter-Button200 instagram-Button200 Fresh-Social-Button200 Newsletter-Button200

These days, we wonder if anyone is busier than Adam Levine.

When he’s not making hit records with Maroon 5, he fills his time by coaching on The Voice and delving into the acting world with his new gig on American Horror Story.

But somehow, he carved some time out of his jam-packed schedule to sit down with 97.1 AMP/Los Angeles this morning to make the big announcement that Maroon 5 will be embarking upon a massive North American tour beginning this February.

“We’re going on tour in the States and it’s going to be the biggest, baddest one ever,” Levine said. “We’re going everywhere. If you live in a major city in this country, we will be there. Can’t mention all of them right now, but you know who you are.”

Maroon 5’s latest single, “One More Night,” has been holding strong at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for five weeks, keeping PSY’s viral sensation, “Gangnam Style,” from reaching the top spot.

Adam laughed about the “rivalry” with PSY’s manager, Scooter Braun.

“I was like, ‘Listen, he seems like a really nice guy. Just tell him sorry we’re c-blocking him!’ It’s a fun song, it’s a funny song. It’s different.”

And even Adam has fallen victim to the horse dancing craze. He joked, “That’s how I really wake up!”

All kidding aside, Maroon 5 is grateful for the recent success and Adam says it’s thanks in part to The Voice.

The Voice has helped the band no doubt,” he explained. “The band has never done better, never been more focused. I mean, we’re so happy with all the success. Seems like lightning is kind of striking twice.”

Tickets for Maroon 5’s tour go on sale Saturday, October 27. Check out the full list of concert dates below:

February 13   Columbus, OH   Schottenstein Center

February 14   Detroit, MI   The Palace of Auburn Hills

February 16   New York, NY   Madison Square Garden

February 17   Manchester, NH   Verizon Wireless Arena

February 19   Toronto, ON   Air Canada Centre

February 20   Montreal, QC   Bell Centre

February 22   Uncasville, CT   Mohegan Sun Arena

February 23   East Rutherford, NJ   IZOD Center

February 25   Grand Rapids, MI   Van Andel Arena

February 27   Kansas City, MO   Sprint Center

March 01   Moline, IL   iWireless Center

March 03   Omaha, NE   CenturyLink Center

March 04   St. Paul, MN   Xcel Energy Center

March 07   Calgary, AB   Scotiabank Saddledome

March 09   Vancouver, BC   Rogers Arena

March 11   Seattle, WA   Key Arena

March 13   San Jose, CA   HP Pavilion at San Jose

March 15   Los Angeles, CA   STAPLES Center

March 16   Las Vegas, NV   Mandalay Bay Events Center

March 19   Houston, TX   Toyota Center

March 21   Dallas, TX   American Airlines Center

March 22   Tulsa, OK   BOK Center

March 24   Nashville, TN   Bridgestone Arena

March 26   Birmingham, AL   BJCC Arena

March 27   Atlanta, GA   Philips Arena

March 29   Ft. Lauderdale, FL   BB&T Center

March 30   Orlando, FL   Amway Center

April 01   Jacksonville, FL   Veterans Memorial Coliseum

April 03   Washington DC   Verizon Center

April 04   Philadelphia, PA   Wells Fargo Center

April 06   Rosemont, IL   Allstate Arena

-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles


Read More On Fresh1027.com:

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 326 other followers