Bruno Mars Wraps Massive '24K Magic' World Tour: 'I Don't Know What Happens Next'

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Bruno Mars performs at the Bottle Rock Napa Valley Music Festival on May 27, 2018 at Napa Valley Expo, in Napa, Calif.

Bruno Mars ended his 200-date 24K Magic Tour world tour with a three-night stint at the Aloha Stadium in Hawaii, capping off the massive outing on Sunday night (Nov.11) with a blow-out for his home state fans.

The tour’s final show served as a sort of homecoming for Mars, who is originally from Honolulu. Mars has been promoting his 2016 Grammy-winning album 24K Magic since March 2017 and on Monday (Nov. 12) he shared his thoughts about wrapping his global journey.

“I don’t know what happens next…but I can’t wait to find out,” Mars tweeted along with video from the final show. “Thank you Hawaii for letting us end The #24kmagicworldtour in style!"

In honor of the tour’s end, and in support of his home state, Mars announced on Sunday that he will be donating 24,000 meals to Hawaii residents this Thanksgiving. 

Check out Mars’ tweet below.

 


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