Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine took to On Air with Ryan Seacrest this morning to officially announce the band's 2013 North American Tour.
The tour will begin on February 13 and take the Grammy-winning band to 31 different arenas before concluding on April 6. Stops include the band's native Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, and Atlanta.
It's a long awaited tour for North American fans of the band, who have had to wait to see them live due to Adam's commitment to filming NBC's The Voice. Though their most recent album, Overexposed, dropped this summer and they've toured in South America and Asia, these are the first North American dates in support of the release.
The dates will not conflict with Levine's commitment to the reality show - it was already previously announced that he will continue coaching in The Voice's fourth season, which has begun taping and is expected to air in Spring 2013.
Tickets for the 2013 tour - including three levels of VIP tickets - go onsale today to Maroon 5 fan club members and publicly this Saturday; for details and to see if there is a show near you, visit maroon5.com.
For fans who missed his radio appearance, Adam also reiterated the announcement in a YouTube video posted below.
It's the first in a series of media appearances for Levine; he'll be popping up on various talk shows throughout the week. For those air dates and times, you can click here. Season 3 of The Voice also continues to air tonight at 8 PM ET/PT on NBC.
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