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Bruno Mars Uncorks The ‘Moonshine’

10:01 AM Wednesday 2/20/13 |   |

The entertainer announces his global outing taking him through the U.S., Canada and Europe. With special guests Ellie Goulding and Fitz And The Tantrums appearing on select dates, the trek begins in Washington, D.C., in June. 

  • Bruno Mars

    55th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
    February 10, 2013

    (John Shearer/Invision/AP)

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Of course, Bruno Mars has an album to support.  Unorthodox Jukebox rocketed up the charts as soon as it was released in December.  The album’s latest single, “When I Was Your Man,” is Mars’ latest best-selling effort.

Mars created the following video to introduce you to “The Moonshine Jungle World Tour.”

Here’s the schedule, starting with North America;

June 22 – Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
June 24 – Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo Center
June 26 – Boston, Mass., TD Garden
June 27 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
June 29 – Brooklyn, N.Y., Barclays Center
July 1 – Newark, N.J., Prudential Center
July 2 – Pittsburgh, Pa., Consol Energy Center
July 3 – Toronto, Ontario, Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
July 5 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre
July 10 – Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein Center
July 11 – Auburn Hills, Mich., The Palace Of Auburn Hills
July 13 – Chicago, Ill., United Center
July 14 – Saint Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy Center
July 17 – Calgary, Alberta, Scotiabank Saddledome
July 18 – Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
July 20 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena
July 21 – Seattle, Wash., KeyArena at Seattle Center
July 22 – Portland, Oregon, Rose Garden Arena
July 24 – Wheatland, Calif., Sleep Train Amphitheatre
July 25 – San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion At San Jose
July 27 – Los Angeles, Calif., Staples Center
July 30 – San Diego, Calif., Valley View Casino Center
July 31 – Phoenix, Ariz., US Airways Center
Aug. 2 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Maverik Center
Aug. 3 – Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden Arena
Aug. 5 – Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Aug. 8 – St. Louis, Mo., Scottrade Center
Aug. 9 – Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
Aug. 10 – Oklahoma City, Okla., Chesapeake Energy Arena
Aug. 12 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
Aug. 14 – Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin Center
Aug. 15 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
Aug. 17 – Nashville, Tenn., Bridgestone Arena
Aug. 18 – Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
Aug. 19 – Indianapolis, Ind., Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Aug. 21 – Charlotte, N.C., Time Warner Cable Arena
Aug. 22 – Atlanta, Ga., Philips Arena
Aug. 28 – Tampa, Fla., Tampa Bay Times Forum
Aug. 30 – Miami, Fla., AmericanAirlines Arena
Sept. 1 – San Juan, Puerto Rico, Coliseo de Puerto Rico

Fitz And The Tantrums appear June 22-29, Aug. 2-3 and Aug. 17-30.  Ellie Goulding appears July 1-31 and Aug. 5-15.

  • Bruno Mars

    Revlon Concert for the Rainforest Fund, Carnegie Hall, New York City
    April 3, 2012

    (AP Photo)

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Europe:

Oct. 2 – Belfast, United Kingdom, Odyssey Arena
Oct. 3 – Dublin, Ireland, The O2 – Dublin
Oct. 5 – Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Arena
Oct. 6 – Glasgow, United Kingdom, Hydro Arena
Oct. 8 – London, United Kingdom, The O2 – London
Oct. 11 – Birmingham, United Kingdom, The NIA
Oct. 12 – Sheffield, United Kingdom, Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 14 – Paris, France, Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
Oct. 15 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Ziggo Dome
Oct. 17 – Merksem, Belgium, Sportpaleis Antwerpen
Oct. 18 – Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Rockhal
Oct. 20 – Mannheim, Germany, SAP Arena
Oct. 21 – Stuttgart, Germany, Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle
Oct. 23 – Zurich, Switzerland, Hallenstadion Zurich
Oct. 24 – Vienna, Austria, Wiener Stadthalle
Oct. 26 – Assago, Italy, Mediolanum Forum
Oct. 28 – Berlin, Germany, O2 World
Oct. 29 – Hamburg, Germany, O2 World Hamburg
Oct. 31 – Frederiksberg, Denmark, Forum Copenhagen
Nov. 2 – Oslo, Norway, Oslo Spektrum Arena ANS
Nov. 3 – Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson Globe
Nov. 6 – Prague, Czech Republic, O2 Arena
Nov. 7 – Budapest, Hungary, Budapestarena
Nov. 9 – Dusseldorf, Germany, ISS Dome
Nov. 12 – Munich, Germany, Olympiahalle
Nov. 13 – Marseille, France, Le Dome
Nov. 15 – Madrid, Spain, Palacio Vistalegre

General onsales for select markets in the U.S. and Canada as well as for all shows in Europe go on sale March 1.  Visit BrunoMars.com for more information.


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