Mars madness: Bruno Mars Israel show sold out in 24 hours

Production company behind the show says that due to the high demand, it's making efforts to add another date in Israel for those who didn't manage to snatch tickets in time

Ran Boker|
All tickets for Bruno Mars' performance at the Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv on October 4 during the Sukkot holiday have sold out after a single day, the Israeli production company behind the show reported Thursday.
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The company later added that due to high demand, they’re considering adding additional shows for the pop star in Israel.
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Bruno Mars concert in Israel sold out in under a day
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Mars, 37, is considered one of the world's biggest pop stars, and began his career in the late 2000s when he broke through with the song Nothin' on You featuring B.o.B and his collaboration with Travie McCoy in Billionaire.
Throughout his career, the singer has released four albums, which included numerous hits such as The Lazy Song, Just the Way You Are, Locked Out of Heaven, Marry You, 24K Magic, That's What I Like, Finesse, and Uptown Funk alongside music producer Mark Ronson and many others.
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Bruno Mars has won 15 Grammy Awards
Bruno Mars has won 15 Grammy Awards
Bruno Mars has won 15 Grammy Awards
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In addition to his upbeat hits, Mars is also known for the many ballads he recorded, including Grenade, Versace on the Floor, It Will Rain, and When I Was Your Man. Recently, Miley Cyrus collaborated with him on her huge hit Flowers, which was released earlier in 2023.
Mars’ fourth album, An Evening With Silk Sonic, released in 2021, is a collaboration with acclaimed musician Anderson .Paak. As a joint project, the duo achieved great success, winning four Grammy Awards for their song Leave the Door Open.
Throughout his career, the singer has been nominated for 31 Grammy Awards and has won 15 of them throughout his successful career.
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