Concerts in the Philippines: Bruno Mars 24K in Manila Confirmed

Bruno Mars performs live 24K

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“Versace On The Floor” singer Bruno Mars will finally be coming back to the Philippines with a concert in Manila. MMI Live made the announcement on Twitter a few days after they posted a 24K Asia tour teaser.

 

 

Bruno Mars will be bringing his “24K Magic” performance to the Philippines at the Mall of Asia Arena on May 3, 2018. That’s right, there will be 9 more months of waiting before you get the chance to see the Filipino-American singer live.

 

More Time to Save Up! Not!

That’s great though right? You get to save up for next year. Surely, the Bruno Mars concert tickets will cost as much as the title of his world tour. 

Of course, the tickets will cost an arm, leg, and probably one half of your kidneys. Another bad news is that you don’t have until next year to save up. MMI Live announced that the tickets to the Bruno Mars live in Manila concert will go on sale on September 7, 2017 through SM Tickets.

 

We previously wrote about international artists that we want to see perform again in the Philippines and Bruno Mars was at the top of that list. The universe seemed to have read or listened to our cries.

 

24k Ticket Prices Revealed

UPDATE: MMI Live has finally released how much the Bruno Mars concert tickets will cost. We called it right and they will cost a fortune for those who really want to see him performing live on stage.

The cheapest ticket would be the General Admission entry which costs PHP 2650. For those who really want to burn their cash, they could buy the VIP 1 Standing ticket which costs PHP 23850, which is almost 24K.

For the others in between, here is a list of the ticket prices:

  • VIP 2 Standing: P18,850
  • Lower Box A: P13,250
  • Lower Box B: P8,480
  • Upper Box: P4,770

Are you ready to bite the dust and buy one of them expensive tickets for the Fil-Am singer?

That’s What I Like

Bruno Mars first performed in the Philippines in 2011 with his Doowops & Hooligans Tour. In 2014, he came back to the country for his Moonshine Jungle Tour. We haven’t heard anything since, until today.

 

The timing of the concert may just be right considering that we already had Coldplay. Ed Sheeran will also be coming this year. Justin Bieber’s Purpose tour was cancelled and the 24K tour from Bruno Mars might just fill that void.

 

What are you willing to sell to get tickets to the concert?

 

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