Maroon 5 has rescheduled several upcoming European tour dates due to what the band describes as "unforeseen scheduling conflicts."
Adam Levine and company were supposed to visit the U.K., Scotland, Ireland, France and the Netherlands in late June and early July. Those dates have now been postponed until next January.
Robin Thicke will appear at the rescheduled shows, which you can review on Maroon5.com .
Adam says in a statement, "We are truly sorry for any inconvenience we have caused our European fans and promise that when we come over in January we will put on a show to remember!"
Maroon 5's joint U.S. tour with Kelly Clarkson , which launches in August, remains unaffected.
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