PLEASE NOTE THE NEW DATE
Maroon 5 comes to the American Family Amphitheater on August 19, 2021 from previously scheduled date of August 8.
Three-time GRAMMY® Award winning multi platinum band Maroon 5 have announced the rescheduled dates for their upcoming 2021 U.S. tour.
All tickets purchased for the original show date will be honored at the rescheduled date, and no further action is required at this time. For any further ticket inquiries please reach out to point of purchase.
Maroon 5 have released two multi-platinum studio albums (2002's Songs About Jane and 2007's It Won't Be Soon Before Long), scored a string of hit singles ("This Love," "She Will Be Loved," "Harder to Breathe," "Sunday Morning," "Makes Me Wonder"), won three Grammy Awards, and sold 15 million albums around the world. Now the Los Angeles quintet is back with its third-studio album, entitled Hands All Over — a killer hybrid of rock, pop, funk, and R&B, that showcases the band's considerable strengths: buoyant, unforgettable melodies, sleek, stylish grooves, charged lyrics about turbulent relationships, and crisp, dynamic performances.
It won't be any different in 2010 when Maroon 5 release Hands All Over, which is as accessible and broadly appealing as anything the band has ever done, including their breakthrough smash Songs About Jane. "Every record should be like our first, that's the way we think about it," Levine says. "We don't ever want to rest on our laurels or get too cozy. We always want to keep aspiring to do our best — and this album captures that."
Maroon 5 announced dates for their 2020 U.S. tour, marking the biggest U.S. shows of the band's career with the group playing iconic venues such as at Wrigley Field, Fenway Park, Citi Field and Banc of California Stadium. The band's multi-country tour begins May 30, 2020 at North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA. Leon Bridges appears on all stadium dates. Meghan Trainor appears on all show dates. This follows the debut of their most recent single, "Memories". The release of "Memories" marked the first new music from the Los Angeles band since the release of their global anthem "Girls Like You."