Maroon 5 has unveiled plans for next summer’s Red Pill Blues tour, in support of their upcoming album of the same name.
The Grammy-winning band announced their latest tour in a video posted across their social media accounts after teasing fans about the trek in a series of posts earlier this week.
The tour will kick off May 30 in Tacoma, WA and extend through October with a pair of shows at Madison Square Garden serving as the tour’s finale. Adam Levine and company will headline major arenas in Pittsburgh, Dallas, Nashville, Los Angeles and Detroit among other cities.
Maroon 5’s sixth studio album Red Pill Blues comes out Nov. 3, and is the highly-anticipated followup to 2014’s V, which topped the Billboard Hot 200 chart and earned Platinum-certification for sales. The band earned impressive marks for the album so far based on lead singles “Don’t Wanna Know,” “Cold,” and “What Lovers Do,” all of which were collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, Future, and SZA, respectively.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public Nov. 4 and can be found here. See full list of Red Pill Blues tour dates below.