Here’s How Bruno Mars Made History In Less Than One Hour

attends the 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors at The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts on December 7, 2014 in Washington, DC.

Here’s How Bruno Mars Made History In Less Than One Hour

It must be the 24K magic!

Published August 4, 2018

Drippin’ in Finesse is an understatement when you are a multi-Grammy Award-winning musical genius on your way to surpassing the King of Pop Michael Jackson’s record-breaking ticket sales.

Talk about 24k magic! 

With two sold-out dates and clearly unprecedented demand, Bruno Mars decided to add an additional day to his 24k Magic World Tour while in Hawaii.

Here’s where things get historic.

For those who didn’t get the memo, fans went crazy after finding out that the Hawaii-native was set to take the stage at the Aloha Stadium in Honolulu three nights in a row.

We can offer no better receipts than the fact that tickets went on sale yesterday (August 3) and extraordinarily sold out in less than an hour!

FYI:  The 32-year-old singer gave his fellow Hawaii natives the chance to grab their tickets first by making sales zip-code restricted to Hawaii residents for the first 48 hours.

This is what makes the sold-out feat even more amazing!

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With this three-night performance produced by Live Nation, reports confirm he will surpass MJ’s two-night stand at the same venue. 

Not only is the Uptown Funk singer being credited for selling the Aloha Stadium, but he’s also applauded for selling one million tickets in a day!

ICYMI: Its clear fans are singing, that's what they like!

When the tour comes to an end November 11, the R&B singer/songwriter would have made 135 stops across North America, Latin America, Europe and the U.K. 

Enter a serious musical game changer, Bruno Mars.

Written by Tweety Elitou

(Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)


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