Maroon 5 announces 2018 “Red Pill Blues” tour dates BY SAEED NASIR

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Maroon 5 has declared a 2018 travel to aid their upcoming record “Red Supplement Blues.” The recording is defined for release on Nov. 23.

The tour begins on, may 30 in Tacoma, Washington and makes its way through California, Texas and Florida. Following a summer chance, the “Red Tablet Blues” tour comes back, traveling through the East Coastline and stopping in NY next October. Julia Michaels will act as an opener.

American Exhibit cardholders can buy tickets starting Monday, Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Other followers can buy seat tickets on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. Tickets bought before Nov. 10 come with a free copy of “Red Supplement Blues.”

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“Red Pill Blues” is Maroon 5’s 6th studio LP. The brand new album includes monitors with Michaels, Kendrick Lamar, SZA and A$AP Rocky.

Listed below are Maroon 5’s 2018 head to dates.

May 30: Tacoma, Washington — Tacoma Dome
June 1: Oakland, California — Oracle Arena
June 2: Sacramento — Golden 1 Center
June 4: Los Angeles — The Forum
June 7: Phoenix — Conversing Stick Resort Arena
June 9: Dallas — American Airlines Center
June 10: Houston — Toyota Center
June 12 – San Antonio — AT&T Center
June 14 – New Orleans — Smoothie Ruler Center
June 16 – Tampa — Amalie Arena
June 17 – Foot. Lauderdale — BB&T Center
Sept 7 – Sodium Lake City — Vivint Smart Home Arena
September 9 – Denver — Pepsi Center
September 11 – Kansas City, Missouri — Sprint Center
September 13 – St Louis — ScottTrade Center
Sept 14 – Chicago — United Center
September 16 – Milwaukee — Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports activities Center
September 18 – St. Paul — Xcel Energy Center
Sept 20 – Indianapolis — Bankers Life Fieldhouse
September 22 – Louisville — KFC Yum! Center
September 23 – Nashville — Bridgestone Arena
Sept 25 – Columbus — Nationwide Arena
Sept 27 – Toronto — Air Canada Centre
September 29 – Pittsburgh — PPG Paints Arena
September 30 – Detroit — Little Caesars Arena
Oct 2 – Washington, D.C. — Capital One Arena
October 4 – Charlotte, North Carolina — Variety Center
Oct 6 – Newark — Prudential Center
October 7 – Boston — TD Garden
Oct 10 – Hartford, Connecticut — XL Center
Oct 12 – Philadelphia — Wells Fargo Center
Oct 14 – New York — Madison Square Garden
October 15 – New York — Madison Square Garden

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