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Maroon 5, Meghan Trainor tour coming to Tampa in 2020

The Super Bowl halftime headliners are heading out on an extensive world tour next year.
Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs during halftime at Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3. [MARK HUMPHREY  |  AP]
Adam Levine of Maroon 5 performs during halftime at Super Bowl LIII on Feb. 3. [MARK HUMPHREY | AP]
Published Dec. 4, 2019
Updated Dec. 4, 2019

Adam Levine and his tatted-up torso are headed back to Florida.

Months after headlining halftime of the Super Bowl, Maroon 5 have announced a huge 2020 tour that will bring them to the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa on Sept. 17. It is, at the moment, the final date on a trek that’ll see the pop-rock superstars headlining stadiums and festivals around the world.

Opening the show is a pretty notable artist in her own right in Meghan Trainor, the former Best New Artist Grammy winner who hasn’t performed in Tampa since 2014. With Trainor’s All About That Bass, Lips Are Movin and No opening for Maroon 5′s Moves Like Jagger, This Love and Girls Like You, it should be a night of wall-to-wall hits.

Tickets to the Maroon 5/Meghan Trainor spectacular in Tampa go on sale at noon Dec. 13, and it’s a safe bet this one will sell out, so if you want in, get them early. Click here for details.

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