Continuing on his path toward global domination, pop star Bruno Mars will headline the massive 24K Magic World Tour in 2017, which will make a stop in Dallas at American Airlines Center on Friday, October 27.
The tour will go to Europe first, hitting 32 cities between March 28 and June 15 before taking a month break, starting up again in Las Vegas on July 15 for a 47-city North American tour. Other Texas stops will include Houston on October 24 and San Antonio on October 25.
Mars, a Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter/producer/director/musician, will be touring in support of his new album, 24K Magic, which comes out on Friday, November 18. Its lead single, also called "24K Magic," has already reached the top 5 in the Billboard Hot 100 songs.
By the time Mars reaches Texas, it will have been over four years since he was last here with his Moonshine Jungle World Tour, which came to Dallas, Austin, and Houston on consecutive dates in August 2013.
Tickets for the tour, produced by Live Nation, go on sale on Monday, November 21, through Ticketmaster.com.