Fans of Bruno Mars, it’s official – the Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter will be bringing his 24K Magic World Tour to Singapore!

Mark your calendars – the Uptown Funk singer will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 6 May 2018.

Bruno Mars

Tickets are priced at S$348, S$298, S$288, S$248 and S$168 and will go on sale next Thursday, October 19 at 10am.

You can purchase them via Sports Hub’s ticketing page, hotline, the Indoor Stadium Box Office and all SingPost outlets.

Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour
Venue: 
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Date: 
6 May 2018
Tickets: 
$168 – $348

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(Header Image Source: Bruno Mars)

 
 
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