Maroon 5 Announce a stop in Miami with Kris Allen and VV Brown

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Maroon 5 just announced their plans for a summer tour--with a stop in Miami at Bayfront Park Amphitheater on August 19. The Miami appearance will include special guests Kris Allen and VV Brown. Tickets go on sale on June 12, at 10 a.m. Their tour will preview some new tracks off of their third album, Hands All Over, due out September 21, which was produced with Mutt Lange (he's produced Def Leppard, AC/DC, Shania Twain and more). Lead singer Adam Levine has actually credited some of his earliest inspirations to the Lange-produced Def Leppard albums.

They posted the video below on their YouTube Channel on Friday, entirely in Spanish with subtitles. An ode to their upcoming appearance in the Sunshine State?

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