Bruno Mars has just announced that he's headed on world tour again.

The multi-talented singer/songwriter will kick off his 85-date "24K Magic World Tour" next year in Antwerp on March 28. He'll embark on an extensive European tour from March through the top of summer, hitting cities including Barcelona, Madrid, Paris and Amsterdam before taking a month off ahead of his stateside performances, which will begin in mid-July in Las Vegas. The tour won't end until November 2017, with four back-to-back dates in Los Angeles.

Basically, Bruno's schedule is going to be crazy next year. The tour comes in support of his forthcoming record 24K Magic, which drops this Friday, Nov. 18. Already, Bruno has dropped two singles from the project, the groovy, 80s inspired "24K Magic" and "Chunky." 

As per usual, expect the singer's newest project to be well-thought and executed.

"Sometimes I feel like I'm in the music business 10 years too late," Mars recently told Rolling Stone. "How many platforms do we have? Whose money are we giving to who? It's this weird game. You don't even buy songs anymore – it's just a subscription; it's Netflix. And while we're in the process of figuring it all out, I'm here trying to make albums."

Tickets for all shows will go on sale on Monday, November 21st.



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