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Bruno Mars planning to play Aloha Stadium in November


    Bruno Mars accepts the award for record of the year for “24K Magic” at the 60th annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden in New York.


Bruno Mars — the Hawaii-born pop music star — is adding Honolulu to the list of cities on his current 24K Magic World Tour, with possibly two shows planned.

The multi-Grammy Award-winning Roosevelt High School graduate will perform Saturday, Nov. 10 at Aloha Stadium. A source told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser that a second Aloha Stadium show on Nov. 11 is also being discussed.

Ticket prices and sales information may be announced at a news conference later this month. It is unknown if Mars will attend that news conference.

Mars, who was named to the inaugural “A100 List of Influential Asian Americans” by cultural collective Gold House earlier this week, has a concert scheduled in the Philippines today, followed by shows in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong next week.

He’ll then take a break before playing BottleRock Napa Valley in California on May 27, with scheduled dates in Mexico, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and France in June.

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Mars last performed in Hawaii in April 2014, when he opened his Moonshine Jungle World Tour with three sold-old shows in the Blaisdell Arena.

All three shows sold out shortly after tickets went on sale.

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