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Maroon 5 to play Hard Rock A.C. this summer

Maroon 5 to play Hard Rock A.C. this summer

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Singer Adam Levine performs with Maroon 5 on the Atlantic City beach in August 2015.

Three-time Grammy award winner Maroon 5 will be performing at Atlantic City’s newest casino this summer.

The multi-platinum group will perform at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City on July 15 at the Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena, according to a news release from the company.

The date is part of the band’s Red Pill Blues tour.

Maroon 5 played an Atlantic City beach concert in 2015, drawing more than 50,000 people for the show.

The announcement came after Hard Rock said recently more than 80 shows and events were booked for the new resort. Acts already booked include Amy Schumer, Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton and more.

Maroon 5 has sold more than 20 million albums and 48 million singles worldwide. Tickets for the concert go on sale 10 a.m. Friday at hardrockhotel atlanticcity.com

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