Bruno Mars Shines With The Announcement Of The 24K Magic World Tour

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There’s about to be a LOT of magic buzzing around the world, say about 24K worth of it.

Can Bruno Mars be stopped? I’m not so sure of that, after scoring another Top 5 Billboard Hot 100 hit with ‘24K Magic‘, being tapped to perform the inaugural show at the new MGM National Harbor Casino and performing in this year’s Superbowl. We are certain that the announcement of his ‘24K Magic Tour’  will further heighten the excitement around his upcoming album of the same name, which drops on November 18th.

The world tour kicks off in Antwerp, Belgium on March 28th and jets around Europe before opening its North American leg July 15th at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. The 24K Magic Tour will crisscross the continent, including two nights each at Chicago’s United Center and Toronto’s Air Canada Centre, before concluding with a four-night stand at Los Angeles’ The Forum November 7th, 8th, 10th and 11th.

Hooligans, you can cop your tickets for the string of dates early by pre-ordering his album NOW at his online store. Tickets for the general public hit the retail spots on Monday, November 21st.

Bruno Mars ’24K Magic’ Tour Dates 2017

Jul. 15, 2017 – Las Vegas, NV., T-Mobile Arena
Jul. 18 – Sacramento, CA., Golden 1 Center
Jul. 20 – San Jose, CA., SAP Center
Jul. 23 – Portland, OR., Moda Center
Jul. 24 – Tacoma, WA., Tacoma Dome
Jul. 26 – Vancouver, BC., Rogers Arena
Jul. 30 – Edmonton, AB., Rogers Place
Aug. 2 – Winnipeg, MB., MTS Centre
Aug. 4 – Fargo, ND., Fargo Dome
Aug. 5 – St. Paul, MN., Xcel Energy Center
Aug. 7 – Lincoln, NE., Pinacle Bank Arena
Aug. 9 – Kansas City, MO., Sprint Center
Aug. 12 – Detroit, MI., Palace of Auburn Hills
Aug. 13 – Indianapolis, IN., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Aug. 15 – Cleveland, OH., Quicken Loans Arena
Aug. 16 – Chicago, IL., United Center
Aug. 18 – Chicago, IL., United Center
Aug. 22 – Pittsburgh, PA., PPG Paints Arena
Aug. 24 – Quebec City, QC., Centre Videotron
Aug. 26 – Toronto, ON., Air Canada Centre
Aug. 27 – Toronto, ON., Air Canada Centre
Aug. 29 – Montreal, QC., Bell Centre
Sept. 14 – Charlotte, NC., Spectrum Center
Sept. 17 – Memphis, TN., FedEx Forum
Sept. 19 – Louisville, KY., KFC Yum! Center
Sept. 20 – Columbus, OH., Schottenstein Center
Sept. 22 – New York, NY., Madison Square Garden
Sept. 26 – Newark, NJ., Prudential Center
Sept. 27 – Buffalo, NY., KeyBank Center
Sept. 29 – Washington, DC., Verizon Center
Oct. 4 – Brooklyn, NY., Barclays Center
Oct. 5 – Uniondale, NY., Nassau Coliseum
Oct. 7 – Boston, MA., TD Garden
Oct. 10 – Philadelphia, PA., Wells Fargo Center
Oct. 12 – Raleigh, NC., PNC Arena
Oct. 14 – Orlando, FL., Amway Center
Oct. 15 – Ft. Lauderdale, FL., BB&T Center
Oct. 18 – Miami, FL., American Airlines Arena
Oct. 19 – Tampa, FL., Amalie Arena
Oct. 21 – New Orleans, LA., Smoothie King Center
Oct. 22 – Little Rock, AR., Verizon Arena
Oct. 24 – Houston, TX., Toyota Center
Oct. 25 – San Antonio, TX., AT&T Center
Oct. 27 – Dallas, TX., American Airlines Center
Oct. 30 – Denver, CO., Pepsi Center
Nov. 2 – Fresno, CA., Save Mart Center
Nov. 3 – Oakland, CA., Oracle Arena
Nov. 5 – Phoenix, AZ., Talking Stick Resort Arena
Nov. 7 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum
Nov. 8 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum
Nov. 10 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum
Nov. 11 – Los Angeles, CA., The Forum

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