To celebrate the start of Maroon 5’s Las Vegas residency, the Area15 district will open “Maroon 5’s Las Vegas Fan Pop-Up Experience.”
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The Maroon 5 pop-up experience will feature attractions that invite fans to step into the band’s music with creative media, drinks, and merchandise.
Enter the S.I.N. Shop
In The Wall, the S.I.N. Shop (an acronym that doubles as a nod to Las Vegas while also standing for “Strength In Numbers,” Maroon 5’s fans) will project the band’s music videos on a huge LED screen while fans shop for merch like:
- All seven Maroon 5 albums on vinyl
- “Midnight Miles,” the 2006 photo book
- Vintage wash shirts from the 2002 “Songs About Jane” tour
- Friendly Unicorn branded clothing
- PJ Morton items
- Phantom Planet merch
S.I.N. Shop visitors will also have a chance to enter ticket giveaways for Maroon 5’s Las Vegas shows. Also inside The Wall, a Calirosa Tequila bar will bring Adam Levine’s home bar to Sin City.
The S.I.N. Shop will be open daily March 24 – April 8, 2023, from 12-8 p.m. (excluding March 28). Free reservations are required.
Portal to the Pyramids
The second attraction at Maroon 5’s Las Vegas Fan Pop-Up Experience takes place inside Area15’s 360-degree projection mapping room known as the Portal.
Here, fans can enjoy “Portal to the Pyramids,” a wrap-around viewing of Maroon 5’s performance at the Great Pyramids of Giza.
Portal to the Pyramids opens April 4, 2023. Tickets are not yet on sale, but a waitlist is live.
Maroon 5’s Las Vegas Residency
Area15’s pop-experiences celebrates the beginning of “M5LV,” Maroon 5’s Las Vegas residency. The band will perform on the Dolby Live stage at Park MGM select dates March 24-31, April 1-8, July 28-29, and August 2-12, 2023.
Tickets start at $85. To see all show dates and purchase tickets, click here.
More attractions in the works for Area15
“Area15 is spearheading the evolution of entertainment in Las Vegas,” said Winston Fisher, CEO of Area15. “Now, the concert experience goes far beyond the show itself. Music fans can explore immersive pop-ups of their favorite bands and performers, adding a new level of entertainment and excitement to Las Vegas residencies.”
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In the future, Area15 will welcome a year-round experience from Universal inspired by Halloween Horror Nights. Details remain under wraps, but Universal promises “another way to get scared and have fun with fear.”