Maroon 5 allows audio taping at almost every live performance. We feel that each show is unique and want to offer our fans the opportunity to recreate the live experience through the audio reproduction of our shows. At all taping authorized performances, tapers can tape from any ticketed seating location in the venue. No soundboard or power feeds are provided.
Taping is limited to audio-only. Wireless receivers are strictly prohibited. We sincerely appreciate all of our fans, so we ask that you please be considerate of those around you by not obstructing anyone else's view of the performance.
All recordings must be used for personal use or trading only. Selling or commercializing any recording is illegal and will jeopardize taping privileges for everyone.
In addition to helping fans recreate the live experience, we hope tape trading will foster greater interaction within the fan community. Any method of trading that does not involve personal fan interaction defeats the spirit of this goal of the taping policy and is not authorized. In particular, posting audio or video files on web sites for streaming to or downloading by the public, is not authorized.
Misery is out in the UK now. Download it on iTunes at: http://bit.ly/c6Rwbf
Check out part one of the Palm Trees & Power Lines tour webisode.
Check out the brand new video for "Give A Little More' premiering on Vevo - watch it HERE.
Maroon 5 recently participated in the GRAMMY Foundation’s GRAMMY® SoundChecks program. This program provides an opportunity for students to attend professional sound checks of touring artists to observe the process of preparing for a concert. Artists, technical and industry professionals provide the students with a glimpse into the realities of these music careers by engaging in conversation about the specifics of their jobs, tools for success, life on the road and more. For more information on the GRAMMY Foundation and their education programs, please visit www.grammyintheschools.com.