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In advance of the Nov. 3 release of their new album, “Red Pill Blues,” Maroon 5 have announced the first dates of their upcoming 2018 world tour, produced by Live Nation.  The first leg will kick off on May 30, 2018 at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, WA. (See the full dates below.)

The opening act will be hit songwriter and Republic recording artist Julia Michaels, who is featured on “Help Me Out” from “Red Pill Blues.”

Tickets for the multi-city tour are set to go on sale starting next Saturday, November 4th at 10 a.m. local time; American Express card members can purchase beginning Monday, October 30th at 12 p.m. local time. U.S. and Canadian residents who purchase tickets online between October 30th and November 10th will be able to redeem a physical or digital copy of “Red Pill Blues.”

The album was executive produced by J. Kash and Adam Levine and features special guest appearances by SZA, Julia Michaels, A$AP Rocky and LunchMoney Lewis. The group recently debuted the album’s first single, “What Lovers Do” (featuring SZA) and two other songs, “Help Me Out” (featuring Julia Michaels) and “Whiskey” with A$AP Rocky.

Maroon 5 2018 Tour Dates:

May 30 

Tacoma, WA       

Tacoma Dome

June 1

Oakland, CA         

Oracle Arena

June 2   

Sacramento, CA

Golden 1 Center

June 4   

Los Angeles, CA

The Forum

June 7   

Phoenix, AZ

Talking Stick Resort Arena

June 9   

Dallas, TX

American Airlines Center

June 10 

Houston, TX

Toyota Center

June 12 

San Antonio, TX  

AT&T Center

June 14 

New Orleans, LA

Smoothie King Center

June 16 

Tampa, FL

Amalie Arena

June 17

Ft. Lauderdale, FL              

BB&T Center

September 7

Salt Lake City, UT               

Vivint Smart Home Arena

September 9       

Denver, CO

Pepsi Center

September 11     

Kansas City, MO 

Sprint Center

September 13

St Louis, MO        

ScottTrade Center

September 14

Chicago, IL

United Center

September 16     

Milwaukee, WI

Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center

September 18

St. Paul, MN        

Xcel  Energy Center

September 20

Indianapolis, IN

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

September 22     

Louisville, KY        

KFC Yum! Center

September 23

Nashville, TN*     

Bridgestone Arena

September 25

Columbus, OH     

Nationwide Arena

September 27

Toronto, ON

Air Canada Centre

September 29

Pittsburgh, PA*  

PPG Paints Arena

September 30     

Detroit, MI

Little Caesars Arena

October 2

Washington, DC 

Capital One Arena

October 4

Charlotte, NC

Spectrum Center

October 6

Newark, NJ

Prudential Center

October 7

Boston, MA

TD Garden

October 10

Hartford, CT

XL Center

October 12

Philadelphia, PA 

Wells Fargo Center

October 14

New York, NY

Madison Square Garden

October 15

New York, NY

Madison Square Garden