Maroon 5 Announce 2013 North American Tour

Published On October 23, 2012 | Celebrities, Live, Music News

It’s a long time overdue and Maroon 5 is finally about to embark on a 31-date tour with opening acts Neon Trees and Owl City.

The ‘Overexposed’ World Tour kicks off on February 13th in Columbus, Ohio and takes Adam Levine and his bandmates through major arenas including the Staples Center and Madison Square Garden before it all comes to a close on April 6th at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont.

“This is our biggest tour yet,” said Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. “Anybody who has seen a Maroon 5 show, even those people are gonna be blown away by what we’re doing now. We really feel this calling to put on the best show we’ve ever put on… We feel like we’ve had this resurgence, this second life where we are pushing ourselves that much harder now to make the best concert experience we could possibly have.”

Maroon 5 is also giving fans the opportunity to win a pair of front row tickets to any show by retweeting the tweet, “Retweet to win 2 front row tickets to your local show on our 2013 North American Tour! ‪#OverexposedWorldTour‬ ‪pic.twitter.com/KmsUJa4S‬”

As usual, Citi Card holders can purchase tickets for the tour starting October 23rd and general sale begins October 27th.

Watch The ‘Overexposed’ Tour Announcement Below:

‘Overexposed’ Tour Dates:

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