Maroon 5 announces 2023 European tour dates

Group will play seven headlining shows and festivals

Maroon 5 has announced their UK/European headline and festival run for 2023. The European stretch, produced by Live Nation, kicks off on Tuesday, June 13th at Lisbon’s Passeio Maritimo De Alges, before heading to Spain, Czech Republic, Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, and France, before wrapping up at The O2 in London, UK on Monday, July 3rd.

The tour announcement also features multiple festival appearances in Europe including Prague Rocks in the Czech Republic, Tinderbox in Denmark, and Main Square Festival in France.

Tickets go on sale starting on Friday, November 18th at 10 am local time via Ticketmaster.

Domestically, the 3x Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum band can be seen in 2023 headlining a new Las Vegas residency at Dolby Live at Park MGM. M5LV kicks off March 24th for 16 dates and is custom-designed for Dolby Live, giving fans an intimate concert experience in the 5,200-seat entertainment venue. The show is presented in partnership by Live Nation and MGM Resorts International.

2022 notably marks the 20th anniversary of Maroon 5’s formation and their classic quadruple-platinum debut, Songs About Jane, which initially arrived on June 25th, 2002 and has since sold over 20 million records. During 2021, Maroon 5 made their triumphant return to the road in the US, performing 30 dates in front of over 450,000 fans over the summer. Now, they’re continuing their 2022 World Tour.

Maroon 5 2023 Tour Dates:

June 13 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Passeio Maritimo De Alges
June 15 – Madrid, Spain @ Wizink Center
June 16 – Barcelona, Spain @ Palau Sant Jordi
June 21 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Prague Rocks
June 23 – Odense, Denmark @ Tinderbox
June 25 – Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Goffertpark
June 27 – Berlin, Germany @ Waldbühne
June 29 – Paris, France Paris @ La Défense Arena
June 30 – Arras, France @ Main Square Festival
July 3 – London, UK @ The O2

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