He probably will in another leg.ThaInfo1 wrote:Wish he was coming to Atlanta.
I'm gonna see him again in 16 days.
Imo the fire during Grenade wascthe biggest problem in 1st couple shows. Now they're probably used to it by now...
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/whats-on/music-nightlife-news/bruno-mars-24k-tour-liverpool-12899977One of the best things about Bruno Mars is that he has something for everyone.
Always the charmer, he had the audience eating out the palm of his hand. He knew exactly how to get the crowd going and keep begging for more.
Overall he's the full package and that's what makes him an amazing showman.
http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/music/bruno-mars-tour-review-stellar-showman-on-sensational-form-a3518211.htmlHis musicianship never once flagged during the 90-minute show.
One of the greatest showmen in pop music right now.
From the flawless, Nineties-inspired stage production equipped with pyrotechnics to his slick footwork executed in perfect formation with his dancing band.
https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/apr/19/bruno-mars-review-24k-magic-tour-o2-arena-londonThe Uptown Funk star – pop’s most old-school song-and-dance man – is on his best behaviour as his tightly drilled musical mission hits the capital.
It says something about his performance ethic that even during the formation dances he’s clearly not miming – most pop singers do while dancing.
He’s an old-school showman who occasionally passes for a member of the short-shelf-life generation, though this tends to be restricted to ballads.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/what-to-listen-to/showmanship-highest-order-bruno-mars-o2-review/almost entirely lacking in originality. Yet he has thrived because he has a range of skills that put almost all of his contemporaries and rivals to shame.
It is not just that he knows how to put on a pop show – he knows how they used to put on a show before live performances gave way to jumped-up lip-syncing.
Maybe originality is over-rated. This was show-band showmanship of the very highest order.
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on/bruno-mars-manchester-tickets-review-12978528A couple of mid-set songs drift by. You know, where you pay enough attention to avoid crashing, but you allow your mind to wander for a bit.
He's too quiet in amidst of his band. When everything gets stripped back to just his voice and a piano Mars shows that he can engage an arena all on his own.
During Grenade, where he pulls out some monster riffs and Hendrix-esque noodling, Blimey. Where did he learn to do that? It's a definite set hightlight.
http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/reviews/bruno-mars-o2-arena-tickets-setlist-review-tour-dates-24k-magic-uptown-funk-a7690656.htmlall the ingredients for a spectacular show are there, his performance doesn’t quite reach the far corners of the sold-out venue.
there are too many moments where the audience seem unresponsive, or even a little disgruntled.
A skit where Mars tells the crowd off for being too quiet and consequently brings the music down goes on for minutes and actually draws a few boos
Older material like “The Lazy Song” or “Marry You” sounds dated in comparison to tracks off his most recent record
http://cnnphilippines.com/entertainment ... -2018.htmlBruno Mars is bringing his 24K Magic to the Philippines.
The Grammy Award-winning artist brings his "24K Magic" Tour to Manila on May 3, 2018 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City, concert promoter Music Management International (MMI Live) said Thursday.
Tickets go on sale from September 7 via SM Tickets. Prices have not yet been announced.