Bruno Mars is ending his highly successful 24K Magic World Tour on a high note by announcing that he’ll provide 24,000 meals to Hawaiian residents in need this Thanksgiving.
On Sunday night (Nov. 11), Mars will wrap his 200-date global tour at Aloha Stadium in his native Honolulu. The concert marks the final performance of his record-breaking three-night homecoming stand at the stadium. The new record surpasses U2 and Michael Jackson’s previous two-night sellouts at the Honolulu stadium.
The 24,000 meals — a nod to the title of his Grammy-winning 2016 album, 24K Magic — will be provide aid to the Salvation Army – Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division’s 48th annual Thanksgiving Dinner meal program.
Each year, the Salvation Army provides a free Thanksgiving dinner to families across the state. The program is made possible through the support of more than 900 volunteers. To participate, click here.