American pop rock band Maroon 5 visits the Great Pyramids antiquities area

Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

CAIRO – May 3, 2022: On May 2, the Espace des Antiquités des Pyramides welcomed the members of the American pop rock band Maroon 5, on the sidelines of their current visit to Egypt, to present a musical performance.

The group was received by the Director General of the Pyramids Antiquities Area, Ashraf Mohieldin, who welcomed them and showed them around the Cheops Pyramid, the Great Sphinx Area and the Second Panorama Area.

Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt - Min.  Tourism & Antiquities
Maroon 5 group during their visit to Egypt – Min. Tourism & Antiquities

During their visit, the Maroon 5 group members expressed their happiness to visit Egypt and the Giza Pyramids Antiquities area, which contains the Great Pyramid of Cheops, the only surviving wonder of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. They also showed their fascination with the way the Sphinx was sculpted.

The group was keen to record their visit by taking commemorative photos and short videos, which they will upload to their social media accounts on the various digital platforms, which in turn will promote Egyptian tourist destinations.

It should be noted that Grammy Award-winning Maroon 5 will perform live at the Pyramids of Giza on May 3 for the very first time.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Regular floor: 2,300 LE

Gold on the ground: 4,500 LE

VIP platform: 5,000 LE

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