All Systems Go for Bruno Mars Return Concert in Manila, Tickets on Sale

It’s all systems go for the Bruno Mars return concert in Manila on May 3, 2018 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.
This as concert promoter MMI Live announced the ticket prices for Bruno Mars’ concert which will be on sale starting September 7.
The announcement via the SM Tickets website stated that the tickets are priced as follows: VIP 1 STANDING: P23,850; VIP 2 STANDING: P18,550; LOWER BOX A: P13, 250; LOWER BOX B: P 8,480; UPPER BOX: P4,770; and GENERAL ADMISSION: P2,650.
The multiple Grammy winner will perform on May 3 next year as part of his “24K Magic” tour.
The Filipino American singer last performed in Manila in March 2014 for his “The Moonshine Jungle” tour.
Some of his hits include “Versace on the Floor,” “That’s What I Like,” and “Just the Way You Are.”
The concert is  the singer’s third visit in the country. He first performed in April 2011 in Cebu, followed by a concert in Manila in 2014 as part of his “The Moonshine Jungle” world tour.
His visit in 2018 is part of his “24k Magic World Tour.
The tour, which kicked off last March in Europe, is in support of Mars’ latest album of the same tour name, with three hit singles so far: “Versace on the Floor,” “That’s What I Like,” and the title track.
The half-Filipino singer and songwriter whose real name is Peter Gene Hernandez, now 31, is behind latest hit “Versace on the Floor” and well-loved songs “Just the Way You Are” and “That’s What I Like”.
Concert promoter Music Management International (MMI Live) said  tickets will go on sale starting on Sept. 7 via SM Tickets.
The 24K Magic World Tour is the third concert tour by the Grammy Award winning popstar, to support his album 24K Magic (2016). It began March 28, at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp, and will conclude at Axiata Arena in Kuala Lumpur on May 9, 2018.
Meanwhile, 24K Magic, the album, has been consistently on top of the charts, with songs like “24K Magic,” “Versace on The Floor,” and “That’s What I Like.”
The 31-year old Filipino-Puerto Rican singer-songwriter rose to fame for his early hits “Just The Way You Are,” “Marry You,” “The Lazy Song,” and “Grenade.” His other hits include “Uptown Funk” and “Versace on the Floor.”




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