Maroon 5 announce a European tour including a London show: how to get tickets and presale details

London is the only UK date the band has pencilled in as part of its European tour
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World renowned band Maroon 5 have announced their UK/European headline and festival run for 2023. The ‘One More Night’ singers will be performing just one show in the UK in 2023, as they will be coming to London in July.

Maroon 5 are one of the best selling bands of the 21st century. They have achieved three Grammy Awards, over 90 million in album sales, 550 million singles worldwide and earned gold and platinum certifications in more than 35 countries.

Their last album came in 2021, and was named Jordi. The album had star studded features from the likes of Megan Thee Stallion on ‘Beautiful Mistakes’, and two features from the late Juice WRLD and Nipsey Hussle.

The album also spawned two songs that have surpassed the one billion stream mark on Spotify. ‘Memories’ soon reached the one billion mark, joining the likes of ‘Payphone’, ‘Sugar’, and ‘Maps’ to have been streamed over a billion times.

Maroon 5 have managed to reach these feats as they have close to 50 million listeners per month on the music streaming service. This ranks them at 24th in the world for most listened to across Spotify.

When is Maroon 5 performing in London?

London is currently the only destination Maroon 5 will visit on their European tour in the UK. They will be performing at The O2 arena on Monday, July 3 2023.

How to get tickets to see Maroon 5 in London

Tickets to see Maroon 5 in London are not on sale yet. They will go on presale on Live Nation on Thursday, November 17 at 10am. To get presale access, you must register on Live Nation.

Then, tickets will go on general. They can be purchased through Live Nation and go on sale on Friday, November 18 at 10am.

Where else are Maroon 5 performing?

  • 13 June 2023: Passeio Maritimo De Alges, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 15 June 2023: Wizink Center, Madrid, Spain
  • 16 June 2023:  Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona, Spain
  • 21 June 2023: Prague Rocks, Prague, Czech Republic
  • 23 June 2023: Tinderbox, Odense, Denmark
  • 25 June 2023: Goffertpark, Nijmegen, Netherlands
  • 27 June 2023: Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany
  • 29 June 2023: Paris La Défense Arena, Paris, France
  • 30 June 2023: Main Square Festival, Arras, France
  • 3 July 2023: The O2, London, England

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