Bruno Mars Just Announced An 85-Date World Tour And No One Is OK
Bruno Mars is bringing the funk, and he’s not just going uptown this time — he’s going all over the world.
Late Monday night, the 31-year-old singer announced his 85-date world tour on Instagram: the 24K Magic World Tour.
The tour begins in Antwerp, Belgium on March 28, 2017 and ends in Los Angeles on November 11, 2017.
In those seven months, Bruno Mars will be hitting up a number of cities in Europe and North America, including two shows in Toronto, two shows in Chicago and four shows in Los Angeles, the city where he lives.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale on Monday, November 21, so get ready to discreetly race the Ticketmaster timer at work!
The album, 24K Magic, is Mars’ third studio album and is set for release this Friday, November 18.
This is his first album in four years, since Unorthodox Jukebox in 2012, though he did sing on Mark Ronson’s popular track “Uptown Funk” in 2014.
Mars has already performed two songs off his latest album — “24K Magic” and “Chunky” — when he was a musical guest on “Saturday Night Live.”
The official music video for the single “24K Magic” dropped at the beginning of October.
Check out a complete list of city stops on the North American portion of Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic World Tour below:
July 15, 2017 – Las Vegas, NV at T-Mobile Arena
July 18 – Sacramento, CA at Golden 1 Center
July 20 – San Jose, CA at SAP Center
July 23 – Portland, OR at Moda Center
July 24 – Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome
July 26 – Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena
July 30 – Edmonton, AB at Rogers Place
August 2 – Winnipeg, MB at MTS Centre
August 4 – Fargo, ND at Fargo Dome
August 5 – St. Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center
August 7 – Lincoln, NE at Pinacle Bank Arena
August 9 – Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center
August 12 – Detroit, MI at Palace of Auburn Hills
August 13 – Indianapolis, IN at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
August 15 – Cleveland, OH at Quicken Loans Arena
August 16 – Chicago, IL at United Center
August 18 – Chicago, IL at United Center
August 22 – Pittsburgh, PA at PPG Paints Arena
August 24 – Quebec City, QC at Centre Videotron
August 26 – Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
August 27 – Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
August 29 – Montreal, QC at Bell Centre
September 14 – Charlotte, NC at Spectrum Center
September 17 – Memphis, TN at FedEx Forum
September 19 – Louisville, KY at KFC Yum! Center
September 20 – Columbus, OH at Schottenstein Center
September 22 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
September 26 – Newark, NJ at Prudential Center
September 27 – Buffalo, NY at KeyBank Center
September 29 – Washington, DC at Verizon Center
October 4 – Brooklyn, NY atBarclays Center
October 5 – Uniondale, NY at Nassau Coliseum
October 7 – Boston, MA at TD Garden
October 10 – Philadelphia, PA at Wells Fargo Center
October 12 – Raleigh, NC at PNC Arena
October 14 – Orlando, FL at Amway Center
October 15 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL at BB&T Center
October 18 – Miami, FL at American Airlines Arena
October 19 – Tampa, FL at Amalie Arena
October 21 – New Orleans, LA at Smoothie King Center
October 22 – Little Rock, AR at Verizon Arena
October 24 – Houston, TX at Toyota Center
October 25 – San Antonio, TX at AT&T Center
October 27 – Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center
October 30 – Denver, CO at Pepsi Center
November 2 – Fresno, CA at Save Mart Center
November 3 – Oakland, CA at Oracle Arena
November 5 – Phoenix, AZ at Talking Stick Resort Arena
November 7 – Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
November 8 – Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
November 10 – Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
November 11 – Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
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