Maroon 5 announce London show as part of 2023 UK and European tour

The Adam Levine-fronted band will play at The O2 next summer

Maroon 5 have announced a UK/European headline and festival tour for 2023 – tickets will be available from here.

The group, who released their latest album ‘Jordi’ in 2021, are due to hit the road next summer. Kicking off in Lisbon on June 13, the stint also includes concerts in Madrid, Barcelona, Nijmegen, Berlin and Paris.

Adam Levine and co. will then play a headline show at The O2 Arena in London on July 3, 2023. Tickets for that date go on general sale at 10am GMT this Friday (November 18) – purchase yours here.

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Adam Levine performing live with Maroon 5 in 2022. Credit: Shlomi Pinto/Getty Images.

Additionally, Maroon 5 are scheduled to appear at numerous European festivals: Prague Rocks, Tinderbox in Denmark, and Main Square Festival in Arras. You can see the full itinerary below.

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

JULY 
03 – The O2, London, UK

Next year will also see Maroon 5 embark on a 16-night Las Vegas residency, which is set to begin on March 24 before wrapping up on August 12. Those concerts will take place at the Dolby Live amphitheater at Park MGM.

In a three-star review of 2021’s ‘Jordi’, NME concluded: “Ironically [the album’s] stand out songs are the ones lacking almost entirely in guest star pull – instead, in these moments, they fuse ambitious, wide-screen arena-pop with messier, more complicated subject matter and Adam Levine’s feelings and experiences over the last three years.

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“It’s here that Maroon 5 break free of paint-by-numbers pop, and unearth introspective clarity instead.”

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