Bruno Mars, one of the biggest pop stars in the world, will soon arrive in Israel for one performance. It will take place on October 4, Chol Hamoed Sukkot, in Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park. The price of a ticket to the lawn will be 385 NIS, a ticket to the Golden Ring will cost 855 NIS, and the price of a VIP ticket will be 955 NIS.
For almost a decade and a half, Mars (whose real name is Peter Jean Hernandez) has been considered one of the most important musicians in world pop. He showed an interest in singing from an early age when he was heavily influenced by Elvis Presley, and began his career in the first decade of the 5s as a writer and producer. Before embarking on a solo career, he worked with artists such as Maroon <>'s Adam Levine, rapper Flo Raida and others.
In 2010, he released his first solo album, which featured the hits "Just The Way You Are" (for which he won a Grammy Award), "Marry You" and "Grenade". In 2014, Bruno teamed up with producer and musician Mark Ronson, and together they recorded the song "Uptown Funk", which was a huge success and is considered one of the most popular and played pop songs of the previous decade. That same year, he also starred as the Super Bowl halftime show, along with the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Bruno Mars, Photo: John Esparza
In 2016, he released the album "24K Magic", which included the singles "That's What I Like" and the album's title track, which became hits. That same year, he performed again at the Super Bowl, joining Coldplay at the event and teaming up with singer Beyoncé. Another important stop in his career was his connection with Anderson Paak. The two released the album "An Evening With Silk Sonic" together in 2021, which included the hit single "Leave The Door Open", which won critical acclaim and earned its creators two Grammy Awards.
Throughout his career, the singer has sold more than 130 million albums worldwide and is considered one of the most successful artists in history. This will be the first appearance of Mars, who has Jewish roots, in Israel. Bringing him to Israel is entrusted to the production company Bluestone-Live Nation Israel, which brought to Israel huge performances by artists such as Guns N' Roses, Bon Jovi, Aerosmith, Enrique Aglesias and others.
Tickets go on sale today (Wednesday) at 18 p.m. to the Live Nation community (available here). The general public will be able to purchase tickets starting tomorrow at 00:08 (can be purchased here).
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