Bruno Mars is giving back in a big way this Thanksgiving.
In honor of his “24K Magic World Tour” finale tonight in his home state of Hawaii, the pop superstar has announced that he will provide meals to 24,000 Hawaii residents in need during the Thanksgiving holiday.
The number 24,000 is a nod to the name of Mars’ world tour and the title of his Grammy-winning album 24K Magic. As part of The Salvation Army’s Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division’s Thanksgiving meal program, he will cover the costs to provide meals to an additional 24,000 people in need of a complete holiday meal.
On Sunday (Nov. 11), Mars will wrap his nearly two-year, 200-date tour with the final of three shows at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. Mars made history by becoming the first artist to sell out three back-to-back performances at the 50,000-seat venue. The “24K Magic World Tour” launched in 2017 and traveled across North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and the U.K.