Bruno Mars Fans Rejoice: Limited Tickets Available For Sold Out Shows

Bruno Mars is scheduled to perform in Mexico early next month, but the show has been sold out since December 2013 when concert dates were first announced and tickets were put on sale. However, there is some good news for fans who failed to score concert tickets before they sold out last year. Zignia LIVE has a limited number of seats to sell, and the company is making those tickets available to fans.

According to Contraparte, Bruno Mars will be performing as part of his Moonshine Jungle Tour on September 2-3, 2014 at the Arena Ciudad De Mexico. Zignia LIVE announced that there are 500 tickets available per date, but they aren’t cheap. Available seats are located in the blue section and the limited view cafe.

The Moonshine Jungle Tour is scheduled for two additional dates in Mexico. On September 5-6, Bruno Mars will perform at Arena Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico. Like the Arena Ciudad De Mexico dates, the Monterrey shows are sold out.

Fans who don’t mind traveling to see Bruno Mars in concert can still get tickets for his Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic performance at the Festival Presidente. According to Mars’s official website, the Dominican Republic concert tickets are still “TBA.”

Criterio Hidalgo reported that Bruno Mars will be accompanied by his band, The Hooligans, throughout his Moonshine Jungle Tour. The September dates mark his first Mexican performances for the tour.

Bruno Mars was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on October 8, 1985. His parents named him Peter Gene Hernandez. Mars seemed destined for greatness from the start. He comes from a family of musicians, who nurtured his talent from a young age. As a child, the “Locked Out of Heaven” singer performed locally, and he moved to Los Angeles to follow his dreams shortly after high school.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Bruno Mars would love to bring his tour to Israel. The 28-year-old singer also wants to perform in Africa, Cuba, and Russia. He shared his hopes for future tours when a fan asked him about it on Twitter. Sadly, it doesn’t seem that an Israel performance is an option, and the popular performer didn’t specify which African country he aspires to visit.

Even worse, multiple performers who were already scheduled to perform in Israel have cancelled due to the conflict in that part of the world. As for Russia and Cuba, those countries are still missing from a list of Mars’s upcoming concerts. Only time will tell whether fans in Israel, Africa, Cuba, and Russia will ever get to see Bruno Mars live in concert.

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