HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Grammy winning singer Bruno Mars is returning to his home state for the first stop on the second leg of his "Moonshine Jungle" tour.
The Hawaii native and Roosevelt graduate will perform at the Blaisdell Arena on two nights: April 18 and April 19, according to his official web site.
Mars, who was recently named Billboard's top artist of 2013, will arrive in Hawaii after a busy couple of weeks. He is nominated for four trophies at the Jan. 26 Grammy Awards, including two of the top awards – song and record of the year.
The following Sunday, the 28-year-old will perform during halftime of the Super Bowl.
Tickets to see Bruno Mars in Hawaii will go on sale February 3. Click here for more information: www.brunomars.com/moonshinejungletour