Maroon 5 Concert -Los Angeles,CA

Last week I attended a Maroon 5 concert in Los Angeles and it was amazing! I had previously seen Maroon 5 three years ago and I have not forgotten how amazing their concert was! If you ever have the chance to see them live, do it! My mom and I have been Maroon 5 fans for so long and share the same love for Adam Levine, though I think she loves him more than me lol!

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To open the show, Julia Michaels performed and she is the cutest person in the world. She was hopping around the stage, spinning around in a bedazzled babydoll dress that I now want! Julia looked as though she was having the time of her life, but who wouldn’t be being up there. She also said that this would be her first concert ever performed in Los Angeles, and to say I saw her first concert it was pretty awesome. Julia performed some of her hit songs along with others that she either wrote or co-wrote for other artists. She truly is one of the most talented, motivated, and inspiring artists I have gotten the opportunity to see live.

After Julia finished her set it was time for Maroon 5. Once the lights dimmed everyone was screaming in the arena. This was the moment we had all been waiting for! Maroon 5 opened by playing one of their hit songs, Animals and it was everything! Hearing the whole band play their hearts out and being surrounded by other adoring fans was so surreal.

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As the concert continued on, the night just continued to get even better. Maroon 5 played a few new songs, but mostly their older songs that had everyone singing and dancing. They truly knew how to entertain and put on a show! Once their set ended, they took about a two-minute break and rushed back on stage for an encore. No one left the arena knowing they’d return to play a few more of their hit songs! As my mom and I sang and danced the night away we were in awe just seeing them perform once again.

With love, Sydney

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