Maroon 5 Joins the Entertainment Lineup at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City

Coming off the heels of a three-city unveiling of the grand opening date and star-studded entertainment lineup, the highly anticipated Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City announces Maroon 5 will join the all-star roster on Sunday, July 15th to perform in the all new Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena.
This Grammy-award winning American pop rock band, Maroon 5 will take the stage as part of their Red Pill Blues Tour to perform at the musical mecca of the east coast. Previously announced A-list talent and performances include Amy Schumer and FriendsFlorida Georgia Line, Kid Rock plus more than 80 shows and events booked for the new casino resort. The music-inspired hotel will feature over 300 events annually ranging from headlining artists, epic bands and comedians.
On any given day of the year, talent will include artists that are leading the music scene across the nation. From country artists like Blake SheltonRascal FlattsToby Keith and Trace Adkins to Broadway sensations, such as Rock of Ages and Million Dollar Quartet, guests will have access to a variety of genres. Legendary artists like Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons and rock favorites such as Pat BenatarNeil Giraldo and Rick Springfield, Steely Dan and Stone Temple Pilots with Bush & The Cult will all set the stage at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City will be the new go-to destination for world-class entertainment, rock star service and the Hard Rock brand’s signature legendary vibe. The music-inspired hotel will feature dynamic culinary experiences, superstar performances, sporting events, a beach bar and a spectacular casino complete with more than 2,100 slot machines and 120 table games.
Maroon 5 Tickets on sale Friday, May 4th at 10:00 a.m. at:

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