Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine recently proved that not only is he the leader of one of the world’s biggest bands, but also a man with a big heart, as he treated a 10-year-old superfan with Down syndrome to a Maroon 5 show.
Christopher Warner is a young fella from Maryland battling the troublesome syndrome, as well as Mr. Levine’s self-proclaimed No. 1 fan. According to his teacher, Christopher is fascinated with Adam’s work and uses just about every break to take a quick listen to his favorite M5 tunes.
After a video of young Warner filming himself singing Maroon 5 hits went viral, local radio station grabbed it and forwarded the footage straight to Adam, who instantly treated his biggest fan, as well as his mom and teachers, with VIP passes for the show.
Upon meeting Levine, Christopher had a panic attack and crouched on the floor in an attempt to hide. Adam’s reaction was pure gold – the singer crouched by the boy’s side, everyone else followed, and the outcome was the amazing photo you can see below.
This amazing story took place during one of Maroon 5’s recent concerts, only proving that M5 shows are a must-see by all means. Check out their full tour schedule and ticket details here.