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For those who felt shafted by Bruno Mars’ last-minute cancellation in October of last year or missed out on the opportunity to score tickets the first time around, the funk singer has announced his return to the Mile High City in a big way. Returning for not one, but two nights at the Pepsi Center on September 7 and 8, Bruno Mars and special guest Cardi B will be making good on his promise and then some. The Grammy Album of the Year winner will be embarking on the final chapter of his blowout “24K Magic World Tour.”
After announcing his plan to hit the Pepsi Center in October of 2016 for a date in October of 2017, Mars fell sick and canceled his performance two days before he was set to hit the stage. While a replacement date was promised, fans can finally get a sigh of relief as it has been announced after four months of waiting.
Cardi B, who did not accompany Mars on his previous stops, recently collaborated with Mars on a remix to his hit “Finesse.” Prior to that, Cardi B had one of 2017’s biggest hits with “Bodak Yellow,” which went on to become the first rap song performed by a female to go number one on the Billboard Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill.
The newly announced endeavor will only honor tickets from the canceled performance on September 7. Tickets for the September 8 date must be bought anew. Tickets for both shows will go on sale this Friday, February 16, at 10 a.m.
Editor’s Note: A previous version of this article stated the Bruno Mars shows were in October. The article has since been corrected.