Maroon 5 have been steadily and cranking out hits since 2002, so they'll have no shortage of material to perform.
Maroon 5 has been tapped to bring its moves like Jagger to next year's Super Bowl, Variety is reporting. We know lead singer Adam Levine is on "The Voice" and he's talented and there are probably Maroon 5 fans reading this fuming, but - wait, who exactly are Maroon 5's fans?
After that show, they will be off for all of January 2019 and most of February, before the Australian portion of their tour kicks off on February 19.
The group is now touring in support of their 2017 album Red Pill Blues, with their final show of 2018 taking place in Las Vegas on New Year's Eve. No word yet if either collaborator will be joining Levine and his bandmates at the Super Bowl.
With the Super Bowl set to be in Atlanta for the first time in 19 years, the National Football League had a real opportunity to showcase the city's incredible music culture. In addition, they're not shy about collaborating with other artists.
Considering Atlanta's rich music history, many people were baffled by the selection of Maroon 5.
Justin Timberlake performed at Super Bowl XXXIX. Looking over their career, Maroon 5 could actually be a decent Halftime show if they make sure to invite all their friends.