Bruno Mars, real name Peter Hernandez, is an American R&B, funk and pop singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and choreographer from Honolulu, Hawaii
Starting his music career in 2004, he became a songwriter after being dropped by Motown, writing tracks for Alexandra Burke, Travie McCoy, Adam Levine, Brandy, Sean Kingston, and Flo Rida. He got his break after appearing on B.o.B's Nothin' on You and Travie McCoy's Billionaire.
He released his debut album, ‘Doo-Wops & Hooligans’ in 2010, which reached #3 in the Billboard Hot 100, followed by ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’, in 2012, which gave him his first #1 album. He is set to release his third album, ‘24K Magic’, on November 18, 2016 via Atlantic Records. He has won four Grammy Awards, three Brit Awards and three MTV Europe Music Awards.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the world, including the The Doo-Wops & Hooligans Tour between 2010 - 2012 and the The Moonshine Jungle Tour between 2013-2014. He has also had a residency in Las Vegas and performed at the the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. His latest shows were for 24K Magic World Tour in May 2017, which saw him visit Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand too by 2018.
Bruno Mars has been confirmed as the next headliner for Hyde Park's British Summer Time Festival this year, supported by Khalid. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
The atmosphere was electric. I went to see him with my daughter, who is also a massive fan, we sat for hours just to get as close to him as possible. Fellow fans were great and friendly - his stage production was out of this world, playing Locked Out of Heaven, Grenade and best of all Gorillaz and a solo performance on the drums by the man himself.
The rest of the band members were equally as good and totally wowed the crowds with their moves, a truly awesome experience which we intend to repeat again and again and again and again.
Bruno was magnificent - such a huge amount of energy from a little guy and the alternative versions of his hits were fantastic. He was backed-up by a superb band who were all excellent musicians and they really seemed to be enjoying themselves. His vocals were flawless for a whole 2 hours. I think this has to be one of the best concerts I've been to.
I had a smile on my face from beginning to end watching this young man perform. He is a born showman, who genuinely looks like he is enjoying himself on stage. A great atmosphere greeted all of his major hits, everyone was up on their feet and dancing especially when he played the Lazy song and Gorilla. He is an outstanding singer, dancer and musician. First class entertainer, if you havent seen him yet make sure you go!
When Bruno Mars comes to town, he doesn't do things by half. A fantastic show that delivered all his best numbers: Billionaire, Marry you, Grenade and, of course, Just the way you are.
Bringing with him a sense of theatre, dance, effects, and sheer sex appeal is all in abundance, while comparisons to Michael Jackson and the passion of Bruce Springsteen spring to mind. He's seriously good live and fans knew it all the way to the back row!
Saw Bruno Mars at the O2 in London last month on his birthday, October 8! Ive saw him on his last tour but this gig was the best, couldn't believe how many hits he played - he has loads, was excellent to hear Grenade and Just the Way you Are too! He didnt say an awful lot during the show but the music did all the talking.