How do you remind people that you are one of the biggest bands in music and have been for a decade or so?
Released your new album and a full list of tour dates on the same exact day, of course!
That’s exactly what Maroon 5 did today. Not only did their fifth studio album, V come out today, but they have announced their full 2015 World Tour (or should we call it world domination) dates.
The tour is slated to begin on February 16 in Dallas at the American Airlines Center and travel all around North America until April 3 at the Forum in Inglewood, CA (the same place the MTV Video Music Award were held and the band were told they needed to perform outside).
After that, they will jump across the pond and begin the European installation of the tour on May 26 at London’s Wembley Arena. The European tour will wrap up on June 17 in Lisbon, Portugal at the Meo Arena.
Supporting the band on the trek will be those “Rude” boys, MAGIC! while Rozzi Crane will open the show all over North America and Nick Gardener will take that role during the European dates.
Check out the full schedule below and let the “map that leads to you” puns begin.
MAROON 5 WORLD TOUR featuring MAGIC!:
Feb 16 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
Feb 17 Houston, TX Toyota Center
Feb 19 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
Feb 24 Sunrise, FL BB&T Center
Feb 25 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Forum
Feb 27 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
Feb 28 Indianapolis, IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Mar 2 Washington DC Verizon Center
Mar 3 Boston, MA TD Garden
Mar 5 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
Mar 8 East Rutherford, NJ IZOD Center
Mar 9 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
Mar 11 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
Mar 13 Pittsburgh, PA CONSOL Energy Center
Mar 14 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
Mar 16 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Mar 18 Auburn Hills, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
Mar 19 Chicago, IL United Center
Mar 21 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
Mar 23 St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
Mar 25 Saskatoon, SK Credit Union Centre
Mar 26 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
Mar 28 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
Mar 29 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
Mar 31 San Jose, CA SAP Center
Apr 1 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena
Apr 3 Inglewood, CA The Forum
May 26 London, UK Wembley Arena
May 31 Birmingham, UK LG Arena
June 1 Manchester, UK Manchester Arena
June 3 Amsterdam, NTH Ziggo Dome
June 9 Oberhausen, GR Koenig-Pilsener Arena
June 10 Munich, GR Olympiahalle
June 12 Milan, Italy Mediolanum Forum
June 14 Barcelona, Spain Palau Sant Jordi
June 15 Madrid, Spain Palacio Deportes
June 17 Lisbon, Portugal Meo Arena