Maroon 5 Summer Tour To Include 3 Canadian Cities
Maroon 5 announced Wednesday they are hitting the road next summer on a tour that will bring them to several Canadian cities.
The band is set to play Toronto’s Budweiser Stage on June 28 followed by shows at Edmonton’s Rogers Place on August 12 and Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on Aug. 14.
The tour runs from the end of May to mid-September with no shows scheduled in July.
Opening for Maroon 5 will be Meghan Trainor, whose third studio album Treat Myself is out Jan. 31.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Dec. 13.
Maroon 5, whose most recent album was 2017’s Red Pill Blues, last played Toronto in September 2018 and Edmonton and Vancouver in March 2015.
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