Maroon 5 is reportedly set to perform at the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime show
Are you ready to hear some pop-rock music at the Super Bowl next year?
"I like the fact that we can talk about it, because I think the band would be thrilled to do it," he said.
The Super Bowl halftime show is known to be one of the biggest gigs of the year and you're lucky to get into the chosen few sets to perform at this event and Adam Levine has been rather vocal about performing at one of the biggest gigs in the world.
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A year after Justin Timberlake's performance at the Super Bowl, Adam Levine is offered the headlining spot at this big event and Maroon 5 are part of that respected group to perform on February 2019 in Atlantia, Georgia at the Mercedes_Benz Stadium, according to U.S. Weekly.
Adam Levine, the lead singer of Maroon 5, has graciously accepted this offer and is preparing for his big gig next year.
He's performed since 2015, making a name for himself in the music industry and is currently on tour with his latest album Red Pill Blues. Levine admitted that his group was shortlisted for a long time he told Howard Stern in an interview back in 2015.
"I think the band would be thrilled to do it. We very actively want to play the Super Bowl."
The group has a break between the New Year's Eve gig in Las Vegas and their Australian tour, leaving their schedule conveniently open for the Super Bowl next year.
Maroon 5 has three Grammy awards, three American Music Award, and four Billboard Music Awards to their name. This Los Angeles-based band has sold over 75 million records which makes them one of the best-selling music artists.
The news of Maroon 5 performing at the 2019 Super Bowl has not yet been confirmed, but all signs point to them being the front-runner
In 2002, the band successfully made a name for themselves with their acclaimed album, Songs About Jane. Their hits included She Will Be Loved and This Love. Their hit songs went on to Moves Like Jagger, which got our toes tapping and booty bouncing, along with Makes Me Wonder and One More Night.
Adam Levine and his band are definitely a performance to look forward to and 2019 is going to be the pop-rocking year of Super Bowl.
If you love Adam Levine and Maroon 5, here's more info on their new tour - Red Pill Blues. You can get the dates and venues and all the info including a taste of their new jams. Hurry and book your tickets today!