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Bruno Mars Details
Combining an unparalleled stage presence with the smoothest voice in the industry, Bruno Mars could rightly be called the 21st century’s answer to Michael Jackson. In fact, Mars spent his teenage years in Hawaii as a Jackson impersonator. He moved to California in 2003 after receiving his high school diploma, first breaking through as a songwriter when he helped pen Flo Rida’s No. 1 hit “Right Round” in 2009. But it was in 2010 that Mars really blew up, signaling to the world that the decade to come was his to dominate. That year saw him crush the hooks on B.o.B.'s “Nothin’ on You” and Travie McCoy's “Billionaire,” and, biggest of all, release his debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans. The album leads off with two epic pop smashes in “Grenade” and “Just the Way You Are,” and, further down the tracklist, gets silly with lighthearted jam “The Lazy Song.”
From there, Mars was firmly established as one of pop’s biggest stars. In 2012, he scored two more No. 1 singles in “Locked Out of Heaven” and “When I Was Your Man” off of his sophomore album Unorthodox Jukebox, which also includes the ubiquitous “Treasure.” In early 2014, he headlined the Super Bowl halftime show. Mars got his biggest hit later that year by doing the vocals on Mark Ronson’s banger “Uptown Funk,” which spent 14 weeks at Billboard’s No. 1 spot, the second-longest streak of all time. His 2017 album 24K Magic launched a successful single by the same name as well as the No. 1 “That’s What I Like”. Things came full circle for Mars when he was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live in October and busted out the MJ impression he developed so many years prior.
Bruno Mars wowed the music world once again at the 60th annual Grammy Awards in 2018, when he won six Grammys, just two shy of the record for most won in one night. He took home the awards for record, album, and song of the year, making him only the tenth artist to do so.
Bruno Mars 24k Magic Tour
Following the Grammys, Bruno Mars announced the final leg of his 24k Magic Tour. Dates for the shows, along with information on guest artists, can be seen by scrolling the listings above.
Bruno Mars Setlist
Below is a list of songs included in the Bruno Mars setlist. The setlist for individuals shows is subject to change, but these are some songs that Bruno Mars commonly plays at concerts.
- 24K Magic
- Calling All My Lovelies
- That's What I Like
- Versace on the Floor
- Marry You
- Uptown Funk
- When I Was Your Man
February 12, 2018
Bruno Mars Announces Final '24k Magic' Tour Dates
Bruno Mars has finally revealed the dates for the final lap of his 24k Magic tour with special guest Cardi B (and just in time, as tickets go on sale this Friday). The tour will touch down in 12 cities for 23 shows, which means lots of multi-night stops. The fun kicks off on September 7 with…
February 6, 2018
SeatGeek’s Top 5 Cities For a Valentine’s Day Live Event Experience
Whether it’s the first date or 500th, Valentine’s Day is still the perfect day to spend lavishing your loved one. While jewelry and flowers are nice, now more than ever folks are valuing experiences over material possessions. Cheering on your team, laughing along with a comedian, or rocking out with the band is the perfect…
January 8, 2018
BottleRock Festival Announces 2018 Lineup
The lineup for this year's BottleRock Festival has been announced and Eminem is not headlining. Instead, catch Bruno Mars, Muse, The Chainsmokers, Halsey and The Killers (who are headlining) all on tap for for the self-described "first taste of summer." Over 80 artists comprise the 2018 lineup, which also features Incubus, Snoop Dogg, Billy Idol…