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Bruno Mars Announces Moonshine Jungle World Tour

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Following his energetic performance at the GRAMMYs, Bruno Mars just announced that U.S. fans will be seeing much more of him this summer.

Bruno Mars will be heading to nearly 40 cities in North America this summer including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.

Dubbed The Moonshine Jungle World Tour, Mars kicks things off in the U.S. on June 22 in Washington, D.C. with Ellie Goulding and Fitz And the Tantrums before he heads to Europe.

Check out the full list of tourdates below and visit his website for more details.

6/22     Washington, D.C.- Verizon Center

6/24     Philadelphia, PA- Wells Fargo Center

6/26     Boston, MA-TD Garden

6/27     Uncasville, CT- Mohegan Sun Arena

6/29     New York, NY- Barclays Center

7/1       Newark, NJ- Prudential Center

7/2       Pittsburgh, PA- Consol Energy Center

7/3       Toronto-Molson Amphitheatre

7/5       Montreal- Bell Centre

7/10     Columbus- Value City Arena

7/11     Detroit, MI- The Palace of Auburn Hills

7/13     Chicago, IL- United Center

7/14     Minneapolis, MN- Xcel Energy

7/17     Calgary, AB- Scotiabank Saddledome

7/18     Edmonton, AB- Rexall Place

7/20     Vancouver, BC- Rogers Arena

7/21     Seattle, WA- Key Arena

7/22     Portland, OR- Rose Garden Arena

7/24     Sacramento, CA- Sleep Train Arena

7/25     San Jose, CA- HP Pavilion

7/27     Los Angeles, CA- Staples Center

7/30     San Diego, CA- Valley View Casino Center

7/31     Phoenix, AZ- US Airways Center

8/2       Salt Lake City, UT- Maverik Center

8/3       Las Vegas, NV- MGM Grand

8/5       Denver, CO- Red Rocks Amphitheater

8/8       St. Louis, MO- Scottrade Center

8/9       Kansas City, MO- Sprint Center

8/10     Oklahoma City, OK- Chesapeake Energy Arena

8/12     Dallas, TX- American Airlines Center

8/14     Austin, TX- Frank Erwin Center

8/15     Houston, TX- Toyota Center

8/17     Nashville, TN- Bridgestone Arena

8/18     Louisville, KY- KFC Yum! Center

8/19     Indianapolis, IN- Bankers Life Fieldhouse

8/21     Charlotte, NC- Time Warner Cable Arena

8/22     Atlanta, GA- Philips Arena

8/28     Tampa, FL- St. Pete Times Forum

8/30     Miami, FL- American Airlines Arena

9/1       San Juan, PR- Coliseo De Puerto Rico

-Annie Reuter, Radio.com

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