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