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Maroon 5 to Perform in Singapore, Bangkok and Manila
By SENATUS Editor | 27 August 2022

GRAMMY® Award-winning multiplatinum powerhouse Maroon 5 will be back in Asia with their highly anticipated MAROON 5 WORLD TOUR 2022. The band is set to perform in 3 cities from November to December this year, including Singapore, Manila and Bangkok.

After completing their “2021” tour, they have played over 750 concerts in 30+ countries, selling over 7,500,000 tickets worldwide, remaining “one of the world’s best-selling artists.”

Maroon 5 are one of pop music’s most enduring artists and the 21st century’s biggest acts. To date, the universally renowned Los Angeles band have achieved multiple GRAMMY® Awards and become the most successful duo or group on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this century; with 32 records charted and 15 Top 10 singles. Maroon 5 holds a Top 40 record for the most #1 hits among pop duo or groups with Eleven entries and have earned Twenty-Two Top 10 entries on the chart. They are the only band to achieve these accolades

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