That’s golden! Bruno Mars has announced he’s taking his 24K Magic act on the road with an epic world tour in 2017.
The soulful pop star will begin his nine-month musical venture in Antwerp, Belgium, in March and will jet around Europe until hitting U.S. soil on July 15, where he will perform in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the T-Mobile Arena.
Mars then has dates planned in several venues in Canada and across America, and will wrap up the tour in Los Angeles at The Forum on November 11.
Tickets go on sale on Monday, November 21, but the 31-year-old is giving early access to all 85 of the shows to fans who pre-order his 24K Magic album, which will be released on November 18.
After a rep confirmed the tour to Us Weekly, the Hawaiian-born funkster posted the dates on his Instagram page.
The Grammy award winner recently released the second song, “Versace on the Floor,” from his upcoming album, which will be his first in four years.
His last album was his 2012 hit Unorthodox Jukebox.
There’s no doubt tickets will sell like hot cakes, especially after Mars sent Twitter into meltdown during his November 2 visit to BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.
He and his band, The Hooligans, performed an incredible rendition of Adele’s “All I Ask,” a song he penned with the British singer, and they received rave reviews.
Watch his amazing performance above.
Check out Mars' full list of tour dates here.
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