Bruno Mars and Rolling Stones Hail Record-Breaking Summer

6th August 2018 | Category: Concerts

Different music, different age and definitely a different vibe, but they have something in common. Bruno Mars and Rolling Stones like to break records and oops, they did it again.

Bruno Mars has broken a record in his hometown. He completely sold out his tree-night stand in Aloha stadium in Honolulu. The previous record at this stadium were held by Michael Jackson and U2 and he had beaten them both. Bruno Mars is ending his 24K Magic Tour with Cardi B this fall so don’t lose any time and buy your tickets here.

This extensive 86-date tour kicked off on 28 March, 2017 in Antwerp and will conclude on 11 November in Honolulu after adding more dates on the way for a total of 100. When he announced and promoted the tour, more than a million tickets were sold in a single day.

Rolling Stones have just wrapped up their second European leg with 14 sellouts to its credit.

The famous rockers sold out every single show between May and July and topped the Hot Tours last week. The run kicked off on 17 May at Dublin and concluded on 8 July in Warsaw grossing $117.84 million. Their two-night stand at London Stadium earned them $20.5 million for the shows on 22 and 25 May. Additional 14 dates in Europe ran from 9 September to 25 October and brought in additional $119,96 million.Their No Filter Tour played to 1,506,219 fans over 28 shows and earned them $237,802,307 million.

Bruno Mars visited Honolulu on his ongoing 24K Magic World Tour that began in November 2017. His extensive tour consists of 130 dated and for the first 63 performances, Billboard reported $147.4 million and topped Billboard’s 2018 Hot Tours.

They had 237 million reasons to celebrate since they also topped the Billboard’s Hot Tours last week in front of Taylor Swift, Beyoncé& Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, Kenney Chesney, Billy Joel, Radiohead and Dave Matthews Band. Billy Joel scooped $4.66 million from a single show on 27 July in Philadelphia where he performed in front of 40,381 fans.

Radiohead cashed in $4.25 from two dates on 6 July in Chicago and 17 July in Montreal with total of 53,469 tickets sold.

24K Magic Tour

Show Date and Time: Saturday, 22 September, 2018, 8pm

Show Location: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, Ontario

Age Restriction: all ages

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