America’s favourite pop-rock band Maroon 5 is all set for some globetrotting. Earlier this year, the music troupe announced that it would be touring regions in Europe, Australia, and Asia. And while the band has already wrapped up its Australian and Asian concerts, it is now headed to eastwards to treat its European fans. Lead vocalist Adam Levine and his crew of talented instrumentalist performed extremely successful gigs during their time in Asia, particularly in China. Inspired by the overwhelming fan adoration, and the commercial prosperity of their Asian arenas, Maroon 5 is planning to head to China again. And this is something the band has already teased on its Twitter handle. Red Pill Blues, Adam Levine
COMING SOON TO A CITY NEAR YOU….. pic.twitter.com/sYSJ2T03wK
— Maroon 5 (@maroon5) April 22, 2019
Maroon 5 Teases Another China Tour
Yesterday, Maroon 5 tweeted a rather splashy hint about its upcoming performances. It remained subtle as in to not get into details, yet it artfully managed to create a lot of hype around the tease. Maroon 5 touring Europe is not a secret, not for anyone in the world. The canny tweet; thus, suggest something bigger- something that the band wants the world to be desperate to know about.
Adam Levine Is Going The ‘No Comments’ Way
Adam Levine and his Maroon 5 crew have been largely silent about the recent announcement. While the secrecy appears deliberate, there are still other places to look for clues.
The pictures that the band posted along with its tweet are from Maroon 5’s latest performance at the ‘City of Dreams’ Macau. In fact, the band’s latest Instagram post too gives a glimpse of the troop’s outing in China.
Maroon 5 Performed For The First Time In Macau As A Part Of Their Red Pill Blues Tour In March
The three-time Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum band Maroon 5 performed their first show in Macao on March 3, 2019, at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena as part of their Red Pill Blues World tour. The LA band’s act in Macau included renditions of the troop’s biggest hits including “Girls Like You”, “What Lovers Do”, “Maps”, “Movies Like Jagger”, “Wait”, “Animals”, and “Sugar”. The band hand intended the tour to be primarily a promotion of their sixth studio album, ‘Red Pill Blue’. Instead, the venture gave Maroon 5 an extended base of Asian fans. Maroon 5 China Tour
The band’s last album: Red Pill Blues premiered in November 2017 to mixed reviews. Yet, it ultimately peaked at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200. The album’s singles included “What Lovers Do,” “Wait,” and “Girls Like You”. That last song was re-recorded with an added verse from Cardi B, which helped breathe new life into the track as well as the album. To gain more attention for his band’s latest music release, Adam Levine even went on the Super Bowl stage without his shirt. Maroon 5 has exhibited a reckless audacity in its attempt to franchise Red Pill Blues. Hence, if it travels to Macau, for the second time in the same year, it will probably not come off as a shocker. Maroon 5 China Tour