Bruno Mars’ ‘24K Magic World Tour’ Earns $200 Million

Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic World Tour” has proven to be quite magical. The global trek has amassed more than $200 million in earnings.

The latest figures have allowed Mars to top the Hot Tours chart this week, grossing $37.4 million from 408,443 tickets sold.

The tour started out in Europe in March last year and that leg the jaunt ran through mid-June. Then came the tour’s North American stretch, from July through November. It concluded in Latin America in December.

Over the course 115 headlining performances, Mars has sold 2 million tickets, grossing $200 million thus far.

But the show goes on. Bruno is set to go back on the road with a handful appearances in the Americas, Australia, and New Zealand, followed by the Asian leg the tour in April and May. He will round out the entire run in Europe in June and July, where he will also be performing festival dates.

This week, Mars’ Cardi B-assisted single “Finesse” reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Following “24K Magic” and “That’s What I Like,” the song grants Mars a special distinction, tying Mariah Carey and Beyoncé as the only artist with three top 5 Hot 100 hits from each their first three albums, according to Billboard.

Bruno and Bardi will perform the ’90s-inspired song at the 60th Annual Grammys on Jan. 28.