Maroon 5’s Adam Levine ‘super excited’ to be in Israel ahead of Tel Aviv concerts
Shirtless and tattooed, Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine posted an Instagram story while sitting on the balcony of his Tel Aviv hotel.
“So we arrived in Tel Aviv around 4 a.m., and we are there now. And it’s even more beautiful than I imagined. Super excited. Special. Amazing, we love you,” Levine said.
“Sorry I’m a zombie right now,” Levine wrote on her post.
Earlier Sunday, Levine was photographed touring Jerusalem’s Western Wall.
Pop-rock band Maroon 5 performed at the Egyptian pyramids of Giza on Tuesday May 3, followed by a show in Abu Dhabi on Friday evening.
Maroon 5 will perform in Israel on Monday and Tuesday May 9 and 10 at Park Hayarkon in Tel Aviv.
Israel’s playlist will include Maroon 5 favorites such as “Memories”, “Sugar”, “Moves like Jagger”, “One More Night” and “Girls Like You”.
Levine, who is Jewish, grew up in Los Angeles and attended the French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts Camp in the Catskills, where he and his best friend started the band Kara’s Flowers, now known as Maroon 5.