10 Year Old Boy With Down Syndrome Makes His Dream Come True

Courtesy of FOX News D.C.
10 year old Christopher Warner will see Maroon 5 perform in D.C.

If you keep up with the news regularly and you're from the D.C. area, you might of heard about Christopher Warner, a 10 year old boy who is diagnosed with Down Syndrome, who is might just be Maroon 5's number one fan.

It was reported earlier today (Tues, Feb. 24) that Warner will finally have his dreams come true and will see his favorite band perform live at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC on March 2nd. Warner has made school projects dedicated to Adam Levine and his love for Maroon 5 and has longed for meeting Levine and the band for years and years.

Maroon 5 recently embarked on their 2015 WORLD TOUR with special guests MAGIC! and Rozzi Crane a couple of weeks ago and are touring throughout North America until April, before heading over to Europe and the United Kingdom.

Get your tickets to see Maroon 5 this year by visiting www.maroon5.com/maroonvtour!

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