Adam Levine Gave This 10 Year-Old Fan A Concert He Will Never Forget
March 4, 2015
A 10 year-old boy with Down Syndrome had his dream come true when he met his idol, Adam Levine, on Monday night.
"He has just been fascinated with Maroon 5 and especially Adam Levine," special education teacher Avery Stanert told Today. "He loves to listen to their music during work breaks. He draws pictures of them. He just absolutely loves them."
Stanert created a video to prove how big of a fan Christopher Warner was in hopes that it would help the two meet. The video (below) did just that. It quickly went viral and landed in the hands of The Kane Show days before Marroon 5 was set to play nearby in Washington, D.C.
"They arranged for backstage passes and tickets," Stanert said. "They immediately called the record label and worked it all out."
When the moment finally came and Christopher met Levine backstage after the show, he panicked and suddenly became shy, crouching down onto the floor. Levine handled it in the best possible way, suggesting everyone get down on the floor with him.
"He’s a typical 10-year-old boy. He loves music, he loves drawing, he loves his friends. He’s just a very caring, really amazing boy," his teacher shared after the encounter. "We've been really happy to see how Down syndrome has gotten lot of attention for this."
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