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Everything to Know About Adam Levine's Las Vegas Residency with Maroon 5
The former Coach of The Voice has been rocking out on the Vegas Strip — and more shows are coming.
With almost three decades of hits within their musical arsenal, Maroon 5 and lead singer Adam Levine continue to tear down houses with their powerhouse performances — which has led the Grammy-winning band to the Las Vegas strip.
Maroon 5's Las Vegas Residency has been such a smash that Levine and the band have extended their residency for even more performances. The former Coach of The Voice is a showman to his core and, considering that Maroon 5 has sold over 96 million albums worldwide, there is no shortage of entertainment when attending one of their concerts.
Las Vegas has only made Maroon 5's star power shine brighter as audiences roar with each of their infectious sets.
Read on to learn more about Levine and Maroon 5's Las Vegas residency, including how fans can get tickets to see the beloved group live.
When did Adam Levine's Las Vegas residency with Maroon 5 begin?
Levine's Vegas residency, titled Maroon 5: The Las Vegas Residency, began in March 2023 and is currently set to end in October 2024.
Following the explosive reception of their residency's original run, Maroon 5 has extended their Sin City tenure to accommodate a 16-show run beginning May 17, 2024. Tickets can be purchased on Ticketmaster.
“I’m really looking forward to doing it again and honestly could never have told you that before we started,” the former Voice Coach teased in a December 2023 People interview. "I had no idea what to expect. Obviously, I went into it with an open mind and a good attitude, but I was actually shocked at how much I enjoyed it.”
Where do Adam Levine and Maroon 5 perform in Las Vegas?
Maroon 5: The Las Vegas Residency is showing at the Dolby Live Theatre at the Park MGM, where each night Levine and the band tear down the house with their energizing tracks. The concert features a rousing lineup of Maroon 5's sprawling discography, including mega-hits like "She Will Be Loved," "Moves Like Jagger," "Memories," and their 2023 single, "Middle Ground."
"We've gotten to the point where we've almost just done it all. We've been doing it for this crazy long amount of time, and so we thought [a Vegas residency] was the logical next step because it was something that we had never embarked upon," Levine told People in 2023. "Also, over the years, Vegas has become this kind of beacon for everybody. ... The timing of it all just makes sense to us."
“Because we just kinda go and play, we don’t have many bells and whistles," Levine told Audacy in October 2023. "And we had to figure out how to exist in the Vegas world and still have something that was compelling and fun… And I think we did."
Who has attended Adam Levine's Las Vegas residency?
Maroon 5: Las Vegas Residency has boasted a star-studded list of attendees— but the fans Levine was most happy to see in the audience were his family, including his wife, Behati Prinsloo, and their two daughters Dusty Rose and Gio Grace. The Levine family attended the opening night of the residency.
"It was a big opening night in Vegas," Levine told People in 2023. "It's close to home, and no one has to deal with traveling 10 hours with kids and jet lag. It felt right. It felt really, really sweet to have everybody here. I wouldn't have wanted to do it without [my family]."
When does Maroon 5's Law Vegas residency end?
As of December 2023, Maroon 5's Las Vegas Residency is scheduled to close on October 12, 2024. But make no mistake, Maroon 5's chokehold on pop-rock fans will reign true long after the curtains close as the band continues to produce stirring setlists.
"Twenty years feels like the first chapter of our career, and we have now a collection of songs that I feel like we can bring to Vegas and that stand up on their own," Maroon 5 guitarist James Valentine told People. "Somebody coming in off the Strip can come in and see the band and be like, 'Oh yeah, I know all these songs.' That's a good position for us to be in.