Hooligans (Bruno Mars fans), the time has come. Bruno is going on tour, and it's coming to a city near you.
The Moonshine Jungle Tour started in mid 2013. This year, Bruno is continuing the tour and going to America (additional states/cities), Mexico, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
Tickets go on sale starting Monday February 3rd at 10am. For more details, check here.
Moonshine Jungle Tour 2014 Tour Dates:
Australia / New Zealand
Feb 28 - Perth - Perth Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 2 - Adelaide - Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Mar 4 - Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 5 - Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 7 - Brisbane - Entertainment Centre w/ Miguel
Mar 8 - Sydney - Sydney Entertainment Centre
Mar 10 - Sydney - Allphones Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 11 - Sydney - Allphones Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 15 - Auckland - Vector Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 16 - Auckland - Vector Arena w/ Miguel
Mar 20 - Bangkok, Thailand - Impact Arena
Mar 22 - Pasay City, Philippines - Mall of Asia Arena (A Portion of Proceeds from this Show Will Benefit Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda Relief)
Mar 24 - Jakarta, Indonesia - MEIS Ancol
Mar 26 - Singapore, Singapore - Singapore Indoor Stadium
Mar 29 - Hong Kong, China - Asia World Arena
Mar 30 - Hong Kong, China - Asia World Arena
Apr 1 - Taipei City, Taiwan - Taipei World Trade Center
Apr 8 - Seoul, South Korea - Gymnastic Gymnasium
Apr 10 - Osaka, Japan - Municipal Central Gymnasium
Apr 12 - Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Messe
Apr 13 - Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo Messe
Apr 18 - Honolulu, HI - Blaisdell Arena
Apr 19 - Honolulu, HI - Blaisdell Arena
May 27 - Fresno, CA - Save Mart Center w/ Aloe Blacc
May 28 - Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
May 31 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Jun 1 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Jun 4 - Tulsa, OK - BOK Center w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 6 - Memphis, TN - Fedex Forum w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 7 - New Orleans, LA - New Orleans Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 10 - North Little Rock, AR - Verizon Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 11 - Birmingham, AL - Birmingham Jefferson County Civic Center Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 13 - Columbia, SC - Colonial Life Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 14 - Raleigh, NC - PNC Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 17 - Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 18 - Auburn Hills, MI - The Palace of Auburn Hills w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 20 - Tinley Park, IL - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 21 - Saint Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 23 - Omaha, NE - CenturyLink Center w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 25 - Milwaukee, WI - Summerfest w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 27 - Cincinnati, OH - US Bank Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 28 - Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jun 30 - Buffalo, NY - First Niagara Center w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 2 - Boston, MA - TD Garden w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 05 - Birmingham, UK - Wireless Festival
Jul 6 - London, UK - Wireless Festival
Jul 9 - Hartford, CT - Xfinity Theatre w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 11 - Bristow, VA - Jiffy Lube Live w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 12 - Hershey, PA - Hersheypark Stadium
Jul 14 - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Jul 15 - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Jul 17 - Camden, NJ - Susquehanna Bank Center w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 18 - Manchester, NH - Verizon Wireless Arena w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 20 - Albany, NY - Times Union Center w/ Aloe Blacc
Jul 23 - Montreal, QC - Bell Centre w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Jul 24 - Ottawa, ON - Canadian Tire Centre w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Jul 26 - Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre w/ Special Guest Pharrell Williams
Aug 2 - Winnipeg, MB - MTS Centre
Aug 3 - Saskatoon, SK - Credit Union Centre
Aug 5 - Calgary, AB - Scotiabank Saddledome
Aug 8 - Squamish, BC - Squamish Valley Music Festival
Aug 9 - George, WA - The Gorge Amphitheater
Aug 11 - Eugene, OR - Matthew Knight Arena
Aug 14 - Stateline, NV - Harveys Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena
Aug 15 - San Jose, CA - SAP Center at San Jose
Aug 17 - Englewood, CO - Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
Aug 30 - Curacao - North Sea Jazz Festival, Piscadera Bay
Sept 2 - Mexico City - Arena Ciudad de Mexico
Sept 3 - Mexico City - Arena Ciudad de Mexico
Sept 5 - Monterrey - Arena Monterrey
Sept 6 - Monterrey - Arena Monterrey
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