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BRUNO MARS 24K Magic World Tour - NZ 2018

With special guest DUA LIPA

FINAL RELEASE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26 2018; Excitement is building as Grammy Award winning artist BRUNO MARS brings his 24K Magic World Tour to New Zealand this week, performing four sell-out shows at Auckland’s Spark Arena on February 26, 27 and March 2 and 3.

Extremely limited final release tickets to all four shows have been made available and are on sale now, for complete tour and ticketing details, visit:livenation.co.nz.

“One of the greatest showmen in pop music right now”

“Only Uptown Funk, his biggest hit to date, could polish off what was a thrilling masterclass in showmanship from a sensational performer.”

Joining Bruno Mars at all shows will be the Best New Artist NME Award winning, honey-voiced singer from London, special guest DUA LIPA.

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24K Magic Tour Dates

AUCKLAND, SPARK ARENA

TUESDAY FEBURARY 27 & WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28

FRIDAY MARCH 2 & SATURDAY MARCH 3


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