Check out photos from the last week of the Honda Civic Tour here
The 2013 Honda Civic Tour Concludes at The Hollywood Bowl
32 Sold Out Shows Played To Over 650,000 Fans
Most Sellouts in Maroon 5 History
Custom Wheels Sweepstakes Will Remain Open Through October 31st
This year’s highly successful Honda Civic Tour with headliner Maroon 5 and special guest Kelly Clarkson wrapped up last night in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles at the famed Hollywood Bowl. Both artists set records this year with the most sellouts the Honda Civic Tour has ever seen in its 12 year history. With the attendees from this tour, over 3.5 million fans have attended a Honda Civic Tour show since the start of the popular event series in 2001. Earlier this year, Maroon 5 played 31 arena dates to over 435,000 ticket holders. Since February, the band has performed to over 1 million fans on the Overexposed touring cycle making 2013 one of the biggest years for the group to date. The tour concludes on the heels of frontman Adam Levine being featured on the fifth season of the NBC hit series The Voice, which recently premiered this fall to record ratings and took home the 2013 EMMY Award for Best Reality Competition Series.
Although this very successful Maroon 5 edition of Honda Civic Tour has concluded, fans still have a chance to win a customized and autographed Maroon 5 Honda Civic Si Coupe and Honda CBR250R motorcycle. Both the car and motorcycle were designed and autographed by the LA quintet with their signature color scheme, each making a clean yet bold statement. Enter for your chance to win the Maroon 5 custom Civic by visiting Honda.us/M5Civic and the Maroon 5 custom CBR250R motorcycle by visiting Honda.us/M5Bike through Thursday, October 31, 2013 at 11:59pm ET.
Fans can like Honda Civic Tour on Facebook or follow on Instagram or Twitter through the #hondacivictour to learn more about what's upcoming for 2014.
Watch these exclusive takes plus behind the scenes commentary from the Honda Civic Tour
Saturday night's scheduled concert with Maroon 5 and Kelly Clarkson at The Gorge Amphitheatre was cancelled due to severe, unseasonable weather at the Quincy, Washington outdoor concert venue. The decision to cancel was made unanimously by representatives of the artists and promoter Live Nation, solely in the interest of audience, artist and crew safety.
"In 27 years of producing shows at The Gorge we had previously never cancelled a show due to weather. The decision to do so was not made lightly. It was only after careful deliberation with show production, artist management and venue management that this difficult decision was reached. The show was loaded in and the artists were on-site ready to perform. We all felt given the severe circumstance with the weather, cancellation was the lesser evil, rather than risking a serious injury to anybody at the venue," said Jeff Trisler, President of Live Nation Northwest and long-time promoter of The Gorge concert series.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine appeared onstage to apologize to fans for the cancellation and he also took to his Twitter.com page to express his regret. He tweeted, "I'm so sorry we had to cancel tonight guys. We will make it up to you. We had to take safety into account. We hope you understand."
Patrons who purchased tickets to the show can receive a full refund by returning their tickets to place of purchase. Complete instructions will be available on Monday for those who bought their tickets at the Gorge Amphitheatre box office. For more information, please call Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000.
Catch our performance from IHeartRadio tomorrow on The CW at 8/7c