Singapore is part of Malaysia, according to Bruno Mars' 24K Magic World Tour

Recording artist Bruno Mars (centre) performing at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards on 28 January 2018. (PHOTO: Getty Images)

Singapore Bruno Mars fans, brace yourselves – your favourite singer might not be aware that our country separated from Malaysia in 1965.

According to the Bruno Mars 24K Magic World tour website managed by Atlantic Records, Singapore is part of Malaysia.

While the website got the city and country locations for the rest of the concerts in Asia correct, it flubbed with Singapore.

The location for the pop superstar’s concerts in the republic on 6 and 7 May 2018 is given as “Singapore, Malaysia”.

Screenshot from 24K Magic World Tour website

As of this article’s time of publication, the error on the website had not been corrected.

The Grammy award-winning singer will be performing at the Singapore Indoor Stadium next month.

The 22,000 tickets for both of Mars’ shows in Singapore sold out within 3½ hours of ticket sales opening to the public on 19 October last year.

The 32-year-old pop star was originally slated to perform only for one night but organiser Live Nation Lushington added a second show less than an hour after sales began due to overwhelming response.

Mars last performed in Singapore in 2014. 

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