Maroon 5 Tour News
Returning to the BMO Harris Bradley Center in Milwaukee for the first time in six years, Maroon 5 used the show as a chance to do a live premiere of the group’s newest single, “Cold.” The crowd was already bursting with excitement, and the special delivery of this song made the show even more memorable. While the band’s studio albums are very radio friendly, the live show brought a lot more flair and funk, including guitar solos and some a cappella harmonies. Maroon’s final East Coast stop will be in Buffalo on March 8, and the tour then breaks for a stretch until the Bottle Rock Festival in Napa, which is set for late May.
After teaming up with Future to record “Cold,” Maroon 5 released a music video for the song earlier this week. The latest hit keeps the party rolling after “Don’t Wanna Know,” the dance tune that has been lighting up radio airwaves since its debut. Adam Levine and the rest of the band premiered the video for “Cold” at the BMO Harris Bradley Center show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It features psychedelic visuals to go along with the tune’s funky beats. Be sure to catch the band on Friday, March 3, when they rock the city of Cincinnati, Ohio. Tickets are currently on sale and available starting at prices as low as $73.
Plenty of fans cover Maroon 5's hits, hoping to catch the notice of Adam Levine and the rest of the band. For one fan, that dream came true. A 16-year old boy undergoing heart surgery and awaiting a transplant played on the keyboard and sang "She Will Be Loved" while his father played on the guitar. The video found its way to Levine, who was moved by the video and shared it on his Twitter account with praise for the boy. Maroon 5 fans do not have to wait much longer to catch the band playing live. They will be at the Mandalay Bay to ring in the New Year and then will start their tour in Milwaukee on February 20. Tickets are available, starting at $144.