Maroon 5 concert raises more than $600,000 for Rady Children’s Hospital

Maroon 5 headlined the fifth “Sounds of Hope for Children” concert, held March 6 at the “Tangerine Lounge,” a one-night-only concert venue at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

Front man Adam Levine and his bandmates belted out their infectious pop tunes for the cause. More than $600,000 was raised for Rady Children’s Hospital and Health Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Attendees participated in a live auction, cocktail hour, dinner and, of course, the concert.

Let it be known — there was some singing along during “Sunday Morning” and “Wake Up Call.”

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