Maroon 5 announces more than two dozen North American stops on world tour

09.02.14 3 years ago

Maroon 5's new album “V” is out today — and reviews are in. And the band also has another outgoing message: the details on their world tour.

The Maroon 5 World Tour 2015 starts in February in Dallas and runs through at least June 17, in Portugal. The concert stint takes the pop-rock band to more than two dozen North American cities.

Tickets go up on Sept. 13 via Live Nation. There is a fan pre-sale on Sept. 6, and an American Express member pre-sale on Sept. 8. Live Nation mobile app users can nab early on Sept. 11 at 10 a.m. local. Ticket buyers will get a download of the album with purchase.

Magic! — the band behind hit single “Rude” — join the tour as “special guests”; Rozzi Crane opens in the U.S. and Nick Gardner opens overseas.

Maroon 5's fifth album has yielded hit single “Maps” so far, with “Animal” making it way up the charts now too. The Adam Levine-led group will appear on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” tonight (Sept. 2), on “America's Got Talent” on Sept. 3 and “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Sept. 8. Levine (who serves as a judge on “The Voice”) will also stop-off on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” on Sept. 4.

Here are Maroon 5's 2015 tour dates:

Feb 16    Dallas, TX    American Airlines Center
Feb 17    Houston, TX    Toyota Center
Feb 19    Atlanta, GA    Philips Arena
Feb 24    Sunrise, FL    BB&T Center
Feb 25    Tampa, FL    Tampa Bay Times Forum
Feb 27    Nashville, TN    Bridgestone Arena
Feb 28    Indianapolis, IN    Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Mar 2    Washington DC    Verizon Center
Mar 3    Boston, MA    TD Garden
Mar 5    New York, NY    Madison Square Garden
Mar 8    East Rutherford, NJ    IZOD Center
Mar 9    Philadelphia, PA    Wells Fargo Center
Mar 11    Columbus, OH    Nationwide Arena
Mar 13    Pittsburgh, PA    CONSOL Energy Center
Mar 14    Louisville, KY    KFC Yum! Center
Mar 16    Toronto, ON    Air Canada Centre
Mar 18    Auburn Hills, MI    The Palace of Auburn Hills
Mar 19    Chicago, IL    United Center
Mar 21    Kansas City, MO     Sprint Center
Mar 23    St. Paul, MN    Xcel Energy Center
Mar 25    Saskatoon, SK    Credit Union Centre
Mar 26    Edmonton, AB    Rexall Place
Mar 28    Tacoma, WA    Tacoma Dome
Mar 29    Vancouver, BC    Rogers Arena
Mar 31    San Jose, CA    SAP Center
Apr 1    San Diego, CA    Viejas Arena
Apr 3    Inglewood, CA    The Forum
May 26    London, UK    Wembley Arena
May 31    Birmingham, UK    LG Arena
June 1    Manchester, UK    Manchester Arena
June 3    Amsterdam, NTH    Ziggo Dome
June 9    Oberhausen, GR    Koenig-Pilsener Arena
June 10    Munich, GR    Olympiahalle
June 12    Milan, Italy    Mediolanum Forum
June 14    Barcelona, Spain    Palau Sant Jordi
June 15    Madrid, Spain    Palacio Deportes
June 17    Lisbon, Portugal    Meo Arena

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