Maroon 5 Loses At Teen Choice Awards, Wins At Atlantic City Beach
|Maroon 5 in 2015.|
Tonight (Sun, Aug. 16), the 2015 Teen Choice Awards aired live on FOX Network and pop rock outfit Maroon 5 were nominated twice at this year's award ceremony. But did they take home any surfboards?
Maroon 5 failed to take home the fan-voted centric awards for Choice Male Group and Choice Song by a Group (for "Sugar"), but they did win something tonight.
The Los Angeles group took over Atlantic City Beach in Atlantic City, New Jersey tonight with special guests Nick Jonas and Matthew McAndrew. The show featured a newly bald Adam Levine and followed up last night's live concert at Hershey Park Stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Maroon 5 will celebrate the one year anniversary of their platinum-selling No. 1 album V by kicking off the sixth leg of their World Tour in Asia starting on September 2 at Yokohama Arena in Tokyo, Japan. The 11-date Asia leg of the tour will conclude on September 22 at the Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand. The Asian tour will be supported by Swedish pop rock group Dirty Loops.
The band will also be performing 3 dates in Australia in late September and 3 more in New Zealand in early October with Dirty Loops continuing as supporting acts.
Reminder: The MTV Video Music Awards are set to air live at 8:00/7:00P.M. CPT on Sunday, August 30th on MTV. Maroon 5 is nominated for Best Pop Video for "Sugar."
Watch the music video for "Sugar" below: