Maroon 5 Cancels Shows Across Country, Including Van Andel Show in Grand Rapids
Unfortunately, fans of Maroon 5 in Michigan will have to wait a little longer to see the band in their home state as the band has canceled 13 tour dates for an undisclosed reason.
Did Maroon 5 Cancel Their 2022 Tour?
Maroon 5 was set to hit the road for 13 dates in July & August that have now been removed from their tour page at Maroon5.com.
Is Maroon 5 coming to Michigan?
The band's August 17th show in Grand Rapids at Van Andel Arena is canceled.
No reason has been given for the cancellation at this time, but ticketholders can expect information in their emails about refunds:
Maroon 5 at Van Andel Arena has been canceled. Fan refunds will automatically be issued within 30 days, there is nothing further you need to do. -LiveNation
Did Maroon 5 Cancel Their Grand Rapids show at Van Andel?
The show was a long-awaited date for fans that saw the band in February of 2013 at Van Andel Arena.
During that show, lead singer Adam Levine was suffering from laryngitis and apologized to the crowd for the lackluster performance and promised to 'come back soon' to make it up to West Michigan.
Their most recent tour stop in the state of Michigan was in August of 2021 at the then-named DTE Energy Music Theatre.
Did Maroon 5 cancel their tour?
The three-time Grammy-winning band was set to tour on the twentieth anniversary of their debut album, “Songs About Jane” released in 2002, but nearly all dates have been canceled, including the 13 following shows:
- Jul 30
Portland, OR, US
- Aug 1
Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Aug 3
Calgary, AB, Canada
- Aug 5
Edmonton, AB, Canada
- Aug 6
Saskatoon, SK, Canada
- Aug 8
Billings, MT, US
First Interstate Arena
- Aug 10
Lincoln, NE, US
Pinnacle Bank Arena
- Aug 12
Fargo, ND, US
- Aug 13
St. Paul, MN, US
Xcel Energy Center
- Aug 15
Green Bay, WI, US
- Aug 17
Grand Rapids, MI, US
Van Andel Arena
- Aug 19
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Canadian Tire Centre
- Aug 20
Montreal, QC, Canada
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