The Bruno-Mars Tour is set to return this fall to Las, Nevada.
The tour will see the band play two shows in one day in a city that hosts the world’s largest rock festival, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
It’s an unlikely pairing for Bruno and Mars, whose music was so popular at the time the duo started touring, which started in 2006.
“They’re not the sort of guys that want to be on tour with a bunch of people,” Bruno said.
“I think they just love that stage.
They just love being there.”
Bruno, a veteran of several rock and roll tours, including tours with the Grateful Dead and Foo Fighters, said that, as a result, he had to do more than just go on stage.
“We’ve always tried to be very careful with the people we play with,” Bruto said.
The Brinos’ return comes on the heels of the band’s big success at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, which brought in more than $7 million for their latest album, “A Place to Fence.”
The tour has been a big success.
Tickets are on sale now, and Bruno’s tour dates will begin on Oct. 28 at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.