As the temperatures begin to drop in Bangor, the anticipation for next summer's concerts is only getting hotter.

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On Monday, it was announced that Jason Mraz & The Superband will be heading to the Maine Savings Amphitheater on the Bangor Waterfront on July 7, 2024, as part of their Summer Tour 2024. This tour is in celebration of their eighth and latest album, 'The Mystical Magical Rhythmical Radical Ride,' which was released in June 2023.

While Jason Mraz performed in Maine as recently as August 2021, when he brought his "Look For The Good Live!" Summer Tour 2021 to Portland's Thompson's Point as part of the 'State Theatre Concert Series,' it has been over a decade since he’s been to our Queen City of the East.

In fact, Jason Mraz holds a special place in the history of the Bangor Waterfront, as he was among the first artists to perform there in its present form back in 2010. His show on September 11, 2010, marked one of the inaugural summer concert series for Waterfront Concerts.

Witnessing how the venue has transformed over the 13 years since Jason Mraz's last visit will be a captivating experience, and the construction isn't even fully complete yet. It leaves us wondering what the Bangor Waterfront will look like by July 7, 2024, for Mr. Mraz.

This is the sixth concert announcement from the Maine Savings Amphitheater for the upcoming summer concert series, following other headlining acts like Niall Horan, Tyler Childers, Jordan Davis, Parker McCollum, and Lainey Wilson.

It's exciting to think that we'll be hearing “All Your'n” and "I'm Yours" on the Bangor Waterfront just days apart.

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