Grammy Award-winning artist Bruno Mars is set to extend his electrifying stay in Las Vegas, announcing five additional dates to his celebrated residency at the Dolby Live at Park MGM. Fans of the "24K Magic" singer can look forward to his dynamic performances scheduled for February 1–2, 5, 7, and 9 in 2024, each show commencing at 9 p.m.
PT. Tickets for these much-anticipated shows will be available for purchase by the general public starting from December 15, at 10 a.m. PT, exclusively on Ticketmaster.com. In a special offering, members of the MGM Rewards, MGM Resorts International’s esteemed loyalty rewards program, will have exclusive access to a presale on December 14 from 10 a.m.
to 10 p.m. PT. The 38-year-old artist, known for his captivating stage presence and hit anthems, was initially slated to conclude his residency in August. However, the overwhelming demand led to the addition of five sold-out shows in December, including two spectacular performances during the New Year's Eve weekend.
Mars' Vegas Venture
Bruno Mars' bond with Las Vegas extends beyond his musical performances. Last month, he announced a collaboration with Bellagio Resort & Casino to launch a luxurious cocktail lounge and jazz bar named The Pinky Ring, set to open on the Strip in early 2024.
Mars expressed his enthusiasm for the project, envisioning it as a personal space for hosting glamorous parties, complete with live music and exquisite cocktails. "A place that felt like my personal penthouse suite, with live music and sensational cocktails.
The Pinky Ring is that," Mars stated in a recent press release. Ari Kastrati, MGM Resorts International's Chief Hospitality Officer, praised Mars for his unique vision and involvement in the project. "There's nobody in the world as fabulous as Bruno Mars.
It's been a fun experience to let him take the reins to reimagine this space. From the carpet to the ceiling, this is all him," Kastrati remarked. In addition to his solo career, Mars has also gained acclaim through his collaboration with Anderson .Paak as the superduo Silk Sonic.
Their 2021 hit single "Leave the Door Open" earned them four awards at the 2022 Grammy Awards. Despite this success, Mars revealed in an October 2022 interview with Rolling Stone that Silk Sonic would not be submitting their album "An Evening with Silk Sonic" for consideration at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
Mars expressed his gratitude for the recognition they received and the opportunity to perform at the Grammys. He emphasized the duo's decision to focus on celebrating the year's music and the success of their project, which has been lauded for its disco-inspired style.