It's Official, Bruno Mars Is Coming To Montreal In 2017

24 karat magic will be in the air!

One of the most entertaining artists of our day will soon be gracing us with his presence.

Bruno Mars recently announced the dates for his new 24k Magic World Tour!

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Montreal was lucky enough to be featured on the concert list, and although we'll have to wait 9 months, the important thing to remember is that Bruno Mars is coming.

If you never seen him performing live, you're in for quite the show. His concert aren't just about music it's a massive production filled with singing, dancing and a whole lot of fun.

Just check out Bruno's SNL perfromance and you'll see what I'm talking about:

Tickets go on sale November 21st at 10:00 am.

The concert will take place at the Bell Center on August 29th.


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