Maroon 5 is heading back out on tour after Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime performance. Following their North American tour early last year, the pop/rock band announced in August that it would be launching a world tour for their sixth studio album, Red Pill Blues, this February. The tour kicks off in Australia on February 19, and runs until June 11 with a final performance in France.

Red Pill Blues, Maroon 5’s sixth album to top charts in the U.S., dropped in November of 2017 and featured the band’s signature rock-pop blend, with guest performances from Julia Michaels, SZA, ASAP Rocky and LunchMoney Lewis. It hit number two on the US Billboard 200, second only to Sam Smith‘s The Thrill Of It All. The album’s biggest hit was a single version of the track “Girls Like You” featuring Cardi B, which debuted as number one in the Billboard Hot 100. Other hits include the lead single “Don’t Wanna Know” and “What Lovers Do,” which features SZA.

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Maroon 5, led by frontman Adam Levine, has been consistently producing top-performing albums since their debut in 2002. This tour comes right off the heels of Maroon 5’s lackluster performance at the 53rd Super Bowl, but the success of the North American leg of the tour means that the February tour dates still have some hope.

Tickets are currently available on StubHub, starting at $188 for standing-room tickets and ranging up to $1372 for spots in the “golden circle” right in front of the stage.

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