Bruno Mars Adds New Dates to Vegas Park MGM Residency

Mars announces two additional shows at Park Theater

By Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | Park MGM

If your job as an entertainer is to leave the audience wanting more, then Bruno Mars is getting it done.

On the heels of passing the $50 million mark in ticket sales for his Park MGM residency, the singer is announcing two additional shows at Park Theater — Friday, Oct. 1 and Saturday, Oct. 2. That extends his long-running gig at the hotel, which resumed earlier this summer after a lengthy pandemic delay.

Mars, who turns 36 in October, has been one of the Strip’s most reliable artists since he launched his first residency at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas at the tail end of 2013. Those two years at The Chelsea led to Mars becoming the debut resident artist at Park MGM in December 2016, shortly after he dropped 24K Magic. Billboard last week reported that Mars’ Park MGM residency has grossed $53.2 million and sold 201,000 tickets to date. That number includes Mars’ shows at MGM National Harbor in Maryland (he’s scheduled to return to that venue October 9 and 10).

Mars recently joined forces with rapper/singer Anderson .Paak to form the duo Silk Sonic. Their debut album, An Evening with Silk Sonic is scheduled to drop in January 2022, but they’ve been dropping singles like bread crumbs. The first single, “Leave the Door Open,” was released in March and has surpassed 523 million plays on Spotify, and Mars has already begun inserting it into his Park MGM setlist.


Tickets to Mars’ upcoming Park MGM shows can be purchased via Ticketmaster.

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