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  1. Jan

    21

    La Quinta, CA, US

    PGA West

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  1. Jan

    21

    La Quinta, CA, US

    PGA West

  2. Mar

    26

    Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    Estadio Quisqueya

  3. Mar

    28

    San Juan, Puerto Rico

    Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot

  4. Mar

    30

    Mexico City, Mexico

    Foro Sol

  5. Apr

    1

    Monterrey, Mexico

    Tecate Pal Norte

  6. Apr

    5

    São Paulo, Brazil

    Allianz Parque

  7. Apr

    6

    Porto Alegre, Brazil

    Fiergs

  8. Apr

    8

    Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Campo Argentino de Polo

  9. Apr

    10

    Asunción, Paraguay

    Jockey Club del Paraguay

  10. Apr

    13

    Alajuela, Costa Rica

    Anfiteatro Coca-Cola Parque Viva

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Biography

  • Maroon 5 is an American pop rock band formed by high school friends Adam Levine, Jesse Carmichael, Mickey Madden and Ryan Dusick in Los Angeles, California.

    Originally playing under the name Kara’s Flowers while in high school, the group became Maroon 5 after adding guitarist James Valentine to the line up and letting their musical direction mature while each member attended college.

    The new urban edge and pop-soul sound their time at college had lent to the band’s music proved successful and their debut album “Songs About Jane” sold 5 million albums in the US. Singles “Harder to Breathe” and “She Will Be Loved” quickly propelled the band to mega-stardom.

    The success of Maroon 5’s debut album in 2002 caught the attention of John Mayer, The Rolling Stones, Sugar Ray, Gavin DeGraw, The Hives and multiple other bands, all of whom Maroon 5 has toured alongside. While three years of constant touring did wonders for the band’s popularity and fan base, it took its toll on drummer Ryan Dusick, who was forced to leave the band in 2006 due to injury.

    With Dusick replaced by Matt Flynn, the band gifted the world some new music and released their 2007 album “It Won’t Be Soon Before Long” which broke iTunes records by selling over 101,000 albums within the first week of its release. The single “Makes Me Wonder” was a sexy departure from the band’s sweeter tracks on “Songs About Jane” and subsequently took the US by storm, hitting the number one spot on the Billboard charts.

    The band’s other albums – “Hands All Over”, “Overexposed” and “V” – have all performed similarly and each hit either the number one or number two spot in the US album chart. The band’s most successful single, though, is the 2011 megahit “Moves Like Jagger” which saw the band collaborate with Christina Aguilera and has sold a staggering 15 million copies, making it one of the best selling singles of all time.

    Citing the kings of reinvention, Michael Jackson and Prince, among their influences, it is almost certain that Maroon 5 will be a band to last the ages. Add this to the quality of their work and you know that Maroon 5 are well on their way to becoming living legends.

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Live reviews

  • Sometimes when you hear a band that you love perform live for the first time, you're a bit disappointed because they do not sound as great as they do in the recordings. Well, that is NOT the case with Maroon 5, what you hear on recording is what you get live.

    Adam Levine has an amazing voice. He is super talented, and they made no mistake when they decided to make him a judge on the show, The Voice. I could watch him perform live with his band all day. Some of my very favorite songs by Maroon 5 are their old ones such as “Never Gonna Leave This Bed”, “Harder To Breathe”, and “Misery” but when they start singing “Payphone”, I go crazy. I absolutely love this song performed live!

    Perhaps the best song to see them perform live is “Moves Like Jagger”. It makes you move when you hear it on the radio, but when you hear it live, you're dancing non stop. Maroon 5 concerts are mostly upbeat and fun, but there are times when it slows down and they perform those songs that make you want to call your ex. The atmosphere to their concerts is just right. Chill at times, but also upbeat and loud.

    Put Maroon 5 on your list of bands to see live because you will not be disappointed.

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    By Anonymous
  • Maroon 5 have been constant and consistent in the charts over their long career which now spans almost fifteen years. The band, fronted by Adam Levine has come along way since the immediate success with 'Songs For Jane'. Now working on their sixth album, they obtain a consistency within their live show to match.

    Armed with a plethora of hits, the band tear into 'One More Night' from the 2012 album 'Overexposed'. The audience singalong as Levine confidently struts around the stage commanding his loyal followers. A good mixture of material old and new make for a solid setlist where the band are able to show consistency through their recordings as the likes of 'Sunday Morning' and 'Maps' sit well together and achieve an equally positive reaction.

    A real track of the 00's, 'She Will Be Loved' makes for perhaps the largest singalong of the evening as the crowd proudly attempt the high, long notes in the same way Adam does during the chorus. Evidently hitting their stride with latest album 'V', Maroon 5 impress crowds by remaining as relevant now as they were during their incarnation back in 2002.

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  • This is my second show in the last 2 years and neither time was I disappointed in the least. This time I was fortunate enough to have the money I saved to purchase pretty good seats. I am now spoiled and can no longer sit in the stands. I am already saving my money for the next US tour in hopes to be even closer next show. No matter where your seats though....Adam is all over the stage in high energy, which is very infectious!! Anyone who did not enjoy that show, must not have been paying attention. They sounded awesome live...awesome!! Adam made the audience feel as though they were part of the show and VERY, VERY much appreciated! The lights were perfect, the set list was awesome as well. They played much longer than most people expected and the encore was just as great as the rest of the show, maybe even better. Maybe that is because I am partial to "Moves Like Jagger" and there it was....This was worth every dollar I paid, which was way more than I would pay to see anyone but maroon 5!! If you get a chance to see them sometime....make it a point....you will fall in love!!

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  • IT WAS SOOOOOO AMAZING. they played all the songs i grew up listening to so all the memories just came flooding in and it was simply the best experience EVERR! seeing my favs live in concert was so LIT. What Lovers Do, Payphone, Maps, Cold, Sugar, Sunday Morning, Wait, Girls Like You, This Love AND MOVES LIKE JAGGER WOOO these are all my favourites and they played all of them AND MORE!!! i can’t barely describe how amazing this experience was. i was a bit upset that they didn’t perform an encore and some songs from the album that i really thought would be played like Help Me Out and Whiskey. from what my sister told me, Maroon 5 performed an encore last time round so i was quite let down when the concert ended without an one this time. nevertheless, it was a still a fantastic performance and i really hope to see them again soon!!!

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  • No food allowed into the event, and the only food available from vendors was junk food (3-4 different pizza vendors, 2-3 sub vendors), not 1 single option for those wishing to eat healthy (not even a freaking salad was available anywhere).

    Paid over $300 for "zone 1 seating", which was PACKED and there really was no "seating" as it was on the beach and turned into a free for all battle for a spot.

    Lines into and out of "seating zones" were HORRIBLE throughout the ENTIRE event! The shitty food vendors were located past "zone 3" which meant that getting a bite to eat was about an hour process for those of us in zone 1!

    Absolutely the last time I'm ever attending a concert at this venue!

    As for the show itself, Maroon V was good, but for some reason decided to only play 3-4 songs from their new album.. Go figure.

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  • I've been waiting to see Maroon 5 for 6 years and I'm so glad I finally did it.

    I love that they didn't lose the essence of them as a pop rock band and a as a collective of musicians rather than just Adam Levine, especially since that's what it seems like in recent albums V and Red Pill Blues.

    They started the show with videos and interacted a lot with the audience which made it a memorable show!

    That said, Adam Levines voice was a little off... most of the time. He can't hit high notes and instead of really singing the lyrics sometimes it seemed like he was talking.

    Still enjoyed the solos and appreciate that they played more "rock" songs like Harder To Breathe as well as their very recent pop music.

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  • The band was really good at times, but Adam Levine did not seem to be at his best. Entire show including encore was 1:20. No real effects, which is ok, if the music is great, but no one was super impressed with the performance. Maybe an off day. If you are thinking about getting the VIP package- DON'T! Complete rip off and Maroon 5 and VIP Nations EU should be ashamed. Grocery bag with Maroon 5 on it, a lanyard, a silk screen pillow (seriously), and cheap sunglasses. No band photos, certainly no pictures with you and the band, no autographed anything. Complete and utter SH*T for your extra money. They also made us wait outside for 35 minutes, 28 degree heat, beyond their published entrance opening, no apology. Awful!

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  • Third try: Songkick doesn't want any bad reviews. Maroon 5 was nothing spectacular. Adam Levine seemed to be off and sometimes stopped singing in the middle of the song. Entire set was 1hour 20 minutes, including encore. VIP package was a total rip off. Small cloth bag with Maroon 5 on the side, an ugly silk screen Maroon 5 pillow (really?), a lanyard, and cheap sunglasses. No autographed anything, no picture of the band, no picks, nothing to make you feel you got something special. The band and VIP Nation EU should be ashamed! They also made the "VIPs" wait for 35 minutes outside in 28 degree heat. This was beyond their published doors opening time and no apology. DO NOT waste your money on this.

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  • Songkick doesn't want any bad reviews. Maroon 5 was nothing spectacular. Adam Levine seemed to be off and sometimes stopped singing in the middle of the song. Entire set was 1hour 20 minutes, including encore. VIP package was a total rip off. Small cloth bag with Maroon 5 on the side, an ugly silk screen Maroon 5 pillow (really?), a lanyard, and cheap sunglasses. No autographed anything, no picture of the band, no picks, nothing to make you feel you got something special. The band and VIP Nation EU should be ashamed! They also made the "VIPs" wait for 35 minutes outside in 28 degree heat. This was beyond their published doors opening time and no apology. DO NOT waste your money on this.

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Past concerts

  1. Dec

    31

    2021
    Las Vegas, NV, US

    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

  2. Dec

    30

    2021
    Las Vegas, NV, US

    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

  3. Oct

    8

    2021
    Concord, CA, US

    Concord Pavilion

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