Cosmopolitan Taps Maroon 5 for 2021 New Year’s Festivities

Tickets to Maroon 5’s shows start at $240

By Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | The Cosmopolitan

Like Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, seeing Maroon 5 ring in the New Year is something of a tradition on the Las Vegas Strip. This year, however, Adam Levine and company are packing up and settling into some fresh digs for December 30 and 31. 

In a coup, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has tapped the Grammy-winners for its end of 2021 festivities at The Chelsea theater, bringing an end to Maroon 5’s longtime New Year’s Eve run at Mandalay Bay Events Center (now Michelob Ultra Arena). The band first performed at the venue on December 29, 2012 and it’s like they never left. From 2016 to 2019, Maroon 5 played every December 30 and 31 at Mandalay Bay.

Now they’re moving up the Strip, where they’ll be enshrined among The Cosmopolitan’s epic lineup of New Year’s Eve performers. Las Vegas will never forget the resort’s 2010 grand opening, which brought Jay-Z, Coldplay, Beyonce, Kanye West, and John Mayer to The Chelsea stage to ring in the New Year. That pretty much set the bar for the resort, and The Cosmopolitan has followed things up over the years with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Lizzo, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bruno Mars, and Sting.

That’s a lot of pressure Maroon 5, it’s a good thing you’ve had practice.

Tickets to Maroon 5’s December 30 and 31 shows start at $240 and go on sale September 24 at The Cosmopolitan website.

Now, there’s just one question to answer: Who’s going to play Michelob Ultra Arena on New Year’s Eve?

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