Adam Levine and Maroon 5 are coming to PNC Bank Arts Center, and 94.3 The Point has tickets before you can buy them!

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94.3 The Point welcomes Maroon 5 to PNC Bank Arts Center on September 10. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 11 at LiveNation.com, but if you're the smartest person at the Jersey Shore you could win your way in before tickets go on sale.

Listen all this week for Matt Ryan's Nearly Impossible Question at 5:25. If you can do the impossible and answer the question, you'll score tickets to Maroon 5.

Tickets are courtesy of Live Nation.

Let's get you ready for the next NIQ. Here are some past questions.

Q: The average person only has 7 of these. What are they?
A: People they can trust
Q: The average person finally does this at the age of 46. What is it?
AStops worrying about what other people think of them.
Q: On average, THIS costs American families $139 million a year. What is it?
A: Stuff we lose on family vacations
Q: Almost 60% of people say when they do this, they prefer to do it alone. What is it?
A: Eat ice cream
Q: 20% of people find this to be relaxing. What is it?
A: The sound of cicadas
Q: Sales of this item have dramatically increased since the pandemic started winding down. What is it?
A: Deodorant
Q: In a recent survey, parents said their kids can only do this for a half hour before they get bored. What is it?
A: Go outside and play
Q: This happens to you when you turn 26. What is it?
A: You start to appreciate the “finer things” in life.
Q: Between March and June, Americans will throw out 37 million of these. What are they?
A: Mismatched Tupperware pieces
Q: 10% of us say THIS makes us feel old. What is it?
A: When someone calls your clothing “vintage”
Q: Surprisingly, almost 50% of Americans actually believe THIS. What is THIS?
A: They can claim a pet as a dependent when filing taxes
Q: There are more of these in Japan than anywhere else. What are they?
A: 7-Elevens
Q: In a survey, 3% of people said it takes them over a month to do THIS. What is THIS?
A: Respond to an email that is not urgent

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.