Maroon 5 to perform Friday after second round of The American Express (PGA TOUR) on the PGA WEST Stadium Course driving range, and Brad Paisley takes the stage Saturday after third round; Concert Day Tickets – which include admission to the PGA TOUR golf tournament and the concert – are on sale at

LA QUINTA, CALIF. – The American Express™ announced today that iconic Los Angeles pop rock band Maroon 5 and heralded American country musician and songwriter Brad Paisley will comprise its musical lineup for its 2022 Concert Series Jan. 21-22 on the PGA WEST Stadium Course driving range at Coachella Valley’s annual PGA TOUR golf tournament.

Maroon 5 – currently featuring lead vocalist Adam Levine, keyboardist and rhythm guitarist Jesse Carmichael, lead guitarist James Valentine, drummer Matt Flynn, keyboardist P.J. Morton and multi-instrumentalist and bassist Sam Farrar – will open The American Express’ Concert Series after the conclusion of second-round play on Friday, Jan. 21, with Paisley taking the stage after the tournament’s third round on Saturday, Jan. 22.

The 2022 American Express features tournament host Phil Mickelson, the World Golf Hall of Famer and six-time major champion, among 156 professionals and 156 amateur golfers playing at PGA WEST’s Stadium Course and Nicklaus Tournament Course and La Quinta Country Club in La Quinta, Calif.

All ticket options for the 2022 American Express (Jan. 19-23) are currently on sale at the tournament’s official website, Grounds tickets for Friday’s second round and Saturday’s third round are $125 for each day (includes admission to the golf tournament and post-round concert).

An upgraded ‘Champions Club’ ticket for the concert days (Jan. 21-22) – which entitles patrons to experience the PGA TOUR golf action while enjoying a hosted breakfast, lunch, snack and full bar in the Champions Club, preferred parking and exclusive concert viewing access near the stage – is $350 for each day.

“Our concert series should be quite the performance. Together with American Express, we will bring in world-renowned artists Maroon 5 and Brad Paisley to our fans while also potentially introducing music buffs to their first taste of professional golf,” said Pat McCabe, Executive Director of The American Express. “We believe we are meeting the musical interests of our fans in providing premium, topical musical entertainment for all to enjoy.”