Tickets to both of Bruno Mars’ concerts in Singapore next year have already sold out, mere hours after sales began on Thursday morning (19 October).
The American singer, popular for hits like “Versace on the Floor” and “24K Magic”, will be in town for shows on 6 and 7 May 2018 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium as part of his “24K Magic World Tour”.
Tickets were priced from $126 each and were made available for purchase from 10am on Thursday via SingPost outlets, the Singapore Indoor Stadium Box Office as well as the Sports Hub Tix website.
At 1.30pm that day, organiser Live Nation Lushington announced on Facebook that tickets for both shows had sold out. The announcement came after a second show was added at about 11am.
“We look forward to seeing you at the shows and welcoming Bruno Mars to Singapore very soon. We would also like to urge fans to refrain from purchasing tickets through unauthorised resellers as these tickets may be voided and holders will be denied access to venue,” said Live Nation Lushington.
The 24K Magic World Tour is in support of Mars’ latest chart-topping album, 24K Magic, which was released in November 2016. The tour began in Antwerp, Belgium in March 2017 and has travelled throughout Europe, North America and cities across the US.
Mars last performed in Singapore in 2014 as part of his “Moonshine Jungle World Tour”, which was an international blockbuster that sold 2 million tickets across 155 sold-out gigs worldwide.
Here’s a clip of fans who were spotted queuing overnight outside the Singapore Indoor Stadium:
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