Maroon 5 lead vocalist Adam Levine and his bandmates were caught by paparazzi touring Jerusalem over the weekend ahead of the group's concert in Tel Aviv. The band visited several of the capital’s holiest and most important religious sites, including the Western Wall.
The members of acclaimed rock band landed in Israel on Saturday, and are scheduled to perform at Tel Aviv’s HaYarkon Park on Monday and Tuesday.
Levin and his security guards first visited the Church of the Holy Sepulcher before ascending to the observation point of Yeshivat Aish HaTorah, situated just above the Western Wall.
Levine and his entourage then proceeded to the Western Wall, though they refrained from entering the site’s prayer plaza.
The band’s tour of the capital comes a day after the band's visit to Tel Aviv, which was continuously broadcast by Levine to his whooping 14 million followers on social media.
Maroon 5’s upcoming concerts will be followed by a flurry of musical talent slated to visit the Holy Land in the coming months.
These include legendary British rock band Deep Purple, who will touch ground in the Jewish state a little bit over 30 years after its first concert in the country in late 1991 to play a show at Menora Mivtachim Arena in Tel Aviv on May 22.
German rock band Scorpions are slated to hold one concert in Tel Aviv on July 9, as part of their latest world tour meant to promote the release of their new album "Rock Believer".