Bruno Mars Sets Attendance Record In Honolulu

Bruno Mars has broken the record for Aloha Stadium concert attendance as all the tickets for his three-night November concerts have sold out. The Honolulu-native had originally planned two performances — on November 10 and 11 – at his homeland as part of his 24k Magic World Tour. But seeing the amazing response to tickets sale, Mars added a third date: November 8. Tickets to the third show were sold out within an hour on Friday. The Tour, in support of Mars’ 2016 album 24K Magic, was produced by Live Nation. Bruno broke the records of U2 and Michael Jackson, who held the record with two-night concerts at the 50,000-seat venue. Billboard’s 2018 mid-year touring record is held by Mars, who collected $147.4 million from 63 concerts. Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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