Japan Craze for Bruno Mars

It is undeniable, Japanese culture had full support on the western music industry. Right from the time when Hank Williams’ song was played on the radio during the world war and up until now, Japan love music and they also love Bruno Mars.

Bruno Mars had wowed his Japanese fans on his Locked Out of Heaven tour in the land of the rising sun. The exact venue was at Ebisu the Garden Hall, Tokyo Japan last January 26, 2013. The tour was ranked 23rd among the Top 25 Tours of 2013 and was being able to sell out 44 shows in 48. Also in 2013, he played 84 shows giving him a total of 72.4 million dollars engrossment.
The set list for Bruno Mars Live in Japan was as follows;

• Moonshine
• Natalie
• Treasure
• Show Me
• Money (That’s What I Want)
(Barrett Strong cover)
• Billionaire
(Travie McCoy cover)
• Marry You
• If I Knew / It Will Rain
• Runaway Baby
• When I Was Your Man
• Grenade
Encore
• Locked Out of Heaven
• Just the Way You Are

(For more about Bruno Mars 2013 Tour dates, visit http://www.musotickets.com/bruno-mars-concert-tickets-tour-dates/)

But the Japanese craze for Bruno Mars didn’t end there. BRUNO MARS has in fact announced plans to continue on his worldwide arena trek for his album THE MOONSHINE JUNGLE TOUR of 2014. After 10 tours in Australia and New Zealand, the concert tour will continue on to Asia and also Mexico. List of the tour schedule;

March 2 – Adelaide Entertainment Centre  Adelaide Australia
4 – Rod Laver Arena                                          Melbourne Australia
5 – Rod Laver Arena                                          Melbourne Australia
7 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre                       Brisbane Australia
8 – Sydney Entertainment Centre                         Sydney Australia
10 – Allphones Arena                                          Sydney Australia
11 – Allphones Arena                                          Sydney Australia
15 – Vector Arena                                              Auckland New Zealand
16 – Vector Arena                                              Auckland New Zealand
20 – Impact Arena                                              Bangkok, Thailand
22 – (MOA)Mall of Asia Arena                              Pasay City Philippines
24 – MEIS Ancol                                     Jakarta Indonesia
26 – Singapore Indoor Stadium                            Singapore
29 – Asia World Arena                                        Hong Kong China
30 – Asia World Arena                                        Hong Kong China
April 1 – Taipei World Trade Center                     Taipei City Taiwan
8 – Gymnastic Gymnasium                                  Seoul South Korea
10 – Municipal Central Gymnasium                       Osaka Japan
12 – Tokyo Messe                                              Tokyo Japan
13 – Tokyo Messe                                              Tokyo Japan
Sept 2 – Arena Ciudad de Mexico             Mexico City Mexico
5 – Arena Monterrey                                           Monterrey Mexico

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