SuperbTicketsOnline.com will offer tickets on sale March 8 for remaining concerts that did not go on sale previously to the public.
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The upcoming tour is divided into two legs. The first leg will take the performer to the United States and Canada from June 22 until August 30 with a San Juan, Puerto Rico, show taking place on September 1. The second leg of the tour consists of UK and European concerts, with a start date of October 2 and an end date of November 15. SuperbTicketsOnline.com will offer tickets on sale March 8 for remaining concerts that did not go on sale previously to the public.
The talented 27-year-old has been around music all of his life. His mother was a singer and dancer, and his father was a musician. Even his uncle had a talent for music and was an Elvis impersonator. As a child, the singer heard different music genres that included reggae, hip hop, R&B and rock. He was influenced by a number of artists and also enjoyed performing the music of these entertainers who included Elvis Presley, Little Richard and Michael Jackson. He is now a famous performer in his own right, having released two albums in 2010 and 2012 that sold over 6 million copies worldwide. The "Moonshine Jungle Tour" is his second and will keep the young performer on the road for a good portion of 2013. Bruno Mars tickets that have already gone on sale have sold very quickly, and it is expected that those tickets scheduled for sale on March 8 will do the same.
Some of the stops that the singing star will make come June include New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Columbus, St. Paul, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Jose, Kansas City, Houston, Louisville, Indianapolis, Atlanta and Miami. In Canada, the performer will visit Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton and Quebec City.
The talented performer was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, but moved to Los Angeles after his graduation from high school in order to pursue a career in music. Before he began his own solo performances, he was involved in the production of music for other entertainers such as Travie McCoy, Alexandra Burke, Adam Levine and Brandy.