Levine sorry about postponing shows
Published 20/05/2013 | 14:26
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has apologised to fans after the band postponed their UK dates.
The group were originally set to play five dates at arenas in Glasgow, Birmingham, London and Manchester in June, but due to "unforeseen scheduling conflicts", have now rescheduled them for January 2014.
Lead singer Adam, who is a judge on The Voice USA, said in a statement: "We are truly sorry for any inconvenience we have caused our fans and promise that when we come over in January we will put on a show to remember! We can't wait to play in the UK again."
Tickets for the original dates will be valid for the new dates, although full refunds are also available.
Maroon 5 will be supported by Canadian star Robin Thicke and Maroon 5's keyboardist PJ Morton, who will open the shows with his solo material.