Maroon 5: Saturday, March 21, at the Sprint Center
The biggest question looming over one of the world’s most successful pop bands grows more perplexing every year. Why hasn’t Adam Levine, the charismatic frontman of Maroon 5, initiated a solo career? He’ll perform massive hits with his relatively anonymous band mates on Saturday. With Magic! and Rozzi Crane. Tickets range from $29.50 to $125 in advance through sprintcenter.com.
Maroon 5: Saturday, March 21, at the Sprint Center The biggest question looming over one of the world’s most successful pop bands grows more perplexing every year. Why hasn’t Adam Levine, the charismatic frontman of Maroon 5, initiated a solo career? He’ll perform massive hits with his relatively anonymous band mates on Saturday. With Magic! and Rozzi Crane. Tickets range from $29.50 to $125 in advance through sprintcenter.com. Renee Jones Schneider Tribune News Service
Maroon 5: Saturday, March 21, at the Sprint Center The biggest question looming over one of the world’s most successful pop bands grows more perplexing every year. Why hasn’t Adam Levine, the charismatic frontman of Maroon 5, initiated a solo career? He’ll perform massive hits with his relatively anonymous band mates on Saturday. With Magic! and Rozzi Crane. Tickets range from $29.50 to $125 in advance through sprintcenter.com. Renee Jones Schneider Tribune News Service
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