Pop rock groups Maroon 5 and Train are set to co-headline a 40-date U.S. tour beginning July 22nd at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA. The venture will conclude at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion September 24th in The Woodlands, TX. (more)
After hosting some of the summer’s hottest shows, the month of August is the cherry on top to a delicious lineup! John Mayer is kicking things off on August 6th with his promotional tour. His two singles off of Battles Studies, “Who Says” and “Heartbreak Warfare” reflect on Mayer’s preference for a low-key life, confirming the heart throb’s romanticism and reserve. Earlier this year Mayer also performed at a CMT Crossroads concert with Keith Urban, performing a medley of their own songs, which led to their teaming up again for the 2010 CMT Awards in June. Following the release of Battle Studies (2009), John Mayer, one of Twitter’s most followed celebs, has been on tour since May where he kicked off the tour with two performances in London. Kiss and Rihanna with guest performer Kesha will be following up John Mayer at the Comcast Center on the 7th and 8th.
Maroon 5 is kicking off their tour tomorrow, previewing their upcoming album, Hands All Over. After escaping to Lake Geneva in Switzerland to record last year, front man Adam Levine told Nylon Magazine the result includes a duet with Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum called “Out of Goodbyes”. Lavine has also been hinting for quite some time that there’s a good chance the next album could be the band’s last. The Maroon 5 2010 summer tour features artists Guster, Owl City and Ry Cuming along the way and hits the Comcast Center in Mansfield on Tuesday, August 10th midway through their tour and a month before the expected release date of Hands All Over in September.
Rescheduled from June 26th, Brooks & Dunn’s “The Last Rodeo” tour is not only the final tour, but the Comcast Center is the final venue of the expansive tour- so it’s bound to be an emotional night for the band and fans alike. Brian O’Connell, president of LiveNation, said, “They will leave everything they have on the stage one final time in each city… a celebration of their career by two of the greatest Artists that Country Music has ever known.” The tour follows the recent release of Brooks & Dunn’s career-spanning double-disc collection, #1s … and Then Some, which features 30 favorites in all, with an amazing 23 #1 hit singles including “Cowgirls Don’t Cry,” which earned the duo their 15th career Grammy Award nomination. The concert is a must-see for all country-music crazed New Englanders. Following Brooks & Dunn, fellow country stars Zac Brown Band will be playing the Comcast Center August 14th and Green Day will play with AFI on August 16th. (more)
Veteran rock band Maroon 5 just recently made plans to extend their 20-date summer string of shows with an additional 14 concerts scheduled for October. Guster, Owl City and Kris Allen are the primary supporting acts on select dates. The fall will feature One Republic, Ry Cuming and Bruno Mars. Following their September 1st appearance at the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, the band will take a month to regroup before starting up again at the Santa Barbara Bowl Wednesday, October 6.
After they complete their U.S. run this fall, the band will continue to showcase their talents overseas in 2011. Keyboardist Jesse Carmichael informed Billboard Magazine of their busy schedule, saying “as far as I know, the next two years are already pretty much booked around the world, several times.” Check below for the complete fall schedule. Also look for Maroon 5 at the Bank of America Pavilion Monday, August 9th!
Maroon 5 tickets are now availableOctober 6 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl
October 8 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
October 10 Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre
October 12 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome (more)
Rock group Maroon 5 is set to return this summer with a string of 30 North American tour dates that will kick off at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, July 30th. Only 16 shows have been confirmed at major venues that include the Comcast Center in Mansfield, MA, the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT, and the Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion in Gilford, NH. The band will feature popular music acts Guster, Owl City and Kris Allen on select dates.
Since coming together in 1994, Maroon 5 has released total of three studio albums. They are most recognized through popular tracks “Harder to Breathe,” “This Love,” “She Will Be Loved,” and “Makes Me Wonder.” Their fourth studio project Hands All Over is scheduled for release in September.
Frontman Adam Levine believes the group will stay intact for the next couple of years before disbanding, saying “eventually I want to focus on being a completely different person because I don’t know if I want to do this into my 40s and 50s and beyond.” The first single from the new album is expected to drop on June 28th. The best ticket deals for Maroon 5 are right here at AceTicket.com!
Check for confirmed 2010 tour dates belowJuly 30 Saratoga Springs, NY Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 31 Gilford, NH Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
August 1 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
August 4 Toronto, ON Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
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