Bruno Mars' '24K Magic World Tour' Earns $240 Million
Bruno Mars is drippin’ in success.
The chart-topping crooner’s “24K Magic World Tour” is dancing at the top of Billboard’s Hot Tours chart with $28 million in sales from Latin America and Australia. The numbers are astounding. Thus far, he’s raked in a whopping $240 million in revenue with 2.3 million tickets sold since March of 2017.
Mars’ Latin America trek extended from Jan. 31 through Feb. 5. His box office total reached $15.7 million and his average attendance hovered around 178,989, according to the report. Afterward, he continued through Las Vegas, Auckland, Sydney, and more. He is now running across Asia, where he will remain through May.
This summer, Bruno and his Hooligans will also perform a series of festival dates in Europe before a North American victory lap with Cardi B, which will run from Sept. 7 in Denver through Oct. 27 in Los Angeles.
Last year alone, Mars’ “24K Magic World Tour” earned $200 million. Over the course of 115 headlining performances, Mars sold 2 million tickets through January 2018.
Bruno is followed on this week’s Hot Tour chart by Luis Miguel, Depeche Mode, Eagles, Phil Collins, Sam Smith, Maluma, Pearl Jam, Enrique Bunbury, and Jay Chou, in that order.