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  • Date

    Apr 6, 2024
  • Venue

    XL Center
  • Doors Open

    6 PM
  • Availability

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AJR The Maybe Man Tour with special guest Dean Lewis

Apr 6, 2024

Know Before You Go: 

  • Doors: 6 PM
  • Showtime: 7 PM
  • Merchandise can be purchased in the atrium as well as throughout the concourse.
  • Professional filming and laser pointers are strictly prohibited, still, photography is allowed—no flash photography. Cameras with detachable lenses are prohibited. Video and/or audio recording is strictly prohibited. 
  • Our concession stands are cashless. Fans can take cash to Guest Services at Section 124 to be utilized at our concession stands.
  • Download your mobile ticket before arriving at the show. Click here for more information on how to download your mobile tickets.
  • Please allow ample time to find parking downtown when planning your arrival. Click here for more information on parking and directions
  • A full list of prohibited items can be found here.
  • Fans who purchased the VIP experience should plan to arrive at the XL Center atrium by 3:30 PM. A check-in table will be in the atrium. All VIP merch will be mailed out after the concert. 


AJR - The Maybe Man Tour is coming to the XL Center on Saturday, April 6 with special guest Dean Lewis!

Across twelve dynamic tracks, AJR present their big, sad, titular superhero constantly questioning who he is - an incredibly relatable and often unspoken aspect of life. Stream the full album HERE and watch “The Maybe Man” music video HERE.


The album includes five previously released tracks, including “Yes I’m A Mess,”, which was just released and has already amassed 15M global streams, “The Dumb Song,” which has over 20M global streams and over 1M views on YouTube, “The DJ Is Crying For Help,” which has nearly 20M global streams and 4.5M views on YouTube, and “I Won’t,” which they premiered on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and has amassed over 52M global streams and nearly 7M views on Youtube. AJR also recently released “God Is Really Real,” which is written about their father, Gary Metzger, who tragically passed away earlier this year. The heartfelt song resonated in the hearts of listeners worldwide who had grown to love Gary as an unofficial fourth member of the band. See the band’s heartfelt letter to fans in response to their support HERE.


“In your mid-to-late twenties, you start to think about your life. There’s endless potential, but it’s also scary because you don’t know who you’re going to be. This album examines that personal existential crisis and the prevalent question of, ‘Who am I?’” AJR share. “We’ve experienced a lot this past year and decided to write about all the serious issues you face as you get older in the most AJR-way we could.”


In celebration of the album, AJR will embark on The Maybe Man Tour next spring, a 43-city arena tour across the continent. Their first arena tour, promoted by Live Nation, will include stops at several legendary venues, including Boston’s TD Garden, Austin’s Moody Center, Los Angeles’ Kia Forum, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, and AJR’s hometown arena, Madison Square Garden. The tour will kick off on April 2, 2024 in Norfolk, VA and will conclude on August 2, 2024 in Washington, D.C. You can watch the teaser HERE and find full routing is available below.

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