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Bruno Mars: 24K Magic World Tour. Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/slgc/23499426448

Bruno Mars: 24K Magic World Tour. Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/slgc/23499426448

Bruno Mars: 24K Magic World Tour. Credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/slgc/23499426448

Lauren Cohen, Staff Writer

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In the past month, artists and bands such as Bruno Mars, Camila Cabello, Ozzy Osbourne, Post Malone and Thirty Seconds to Mars have announced that they will be going on tour.

On Feb 12, Bruno Mars announced the final leg to his “24K Magic Tour.” The original tour began last March and ended in October of last year. The Final 24K Magic Tour will last from early September to late October of this year. This time, Mars is taking rapper Cardi B along with him. The two performed their hit song “Finesse (Remix)” at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards and the crowd went crazy. There is no word yet if the two will be performing their hit song, but if they do, it will be sure to get the crowd going. Tickets for Mars’ tour can be purchased here.

Thirty Seconds to Mars

Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto announced on The Ellen Show that the band will be going on a North American tour this summer.  Walk The Moon, K.Flay, MisterWives, Joywave, and Welshly Arms will join as support on select dates. People have taken to social media to express their excitement as seen in reply to the band. The Monolith Tour begins in early June and ends in late July. Tickets can be purchased here.

Camila Cabello announced her solo “Never Be The Same” tour on Feb 14. The tour will begin in Canada on April 9 and conclude in Amsterdam June 13. Tickets sold out in under a day and Cabello took to Instagram to show her appreciation. Fans can expect Cabello to perform songs off her debut self-titled album “Camila.” This will be Camila’s first solo headlining tour since her departure from Fifth Harmony.

On Feb 6, Ozzy Osbourne announced his farewell world tour “No More Tours 2” and made it clear that this tour does not indicate that he is retiring. “I’m not retiring from the music business; I’m just not doing world tours anymore. I’ll be doing gigs,” Ozzy says. Osbourne cites missing out on family time as a reason which led him to this decision. The tour begins late April and is slated to end in October of this year. Accompanying Osbourne is fellow hard rock/metal band “Stone Sour.” Tickets for Osbourne’s final world tour can be purchased here.

On Feb 20, Post Malone announced spring tour dates with 21 Savage, SOBxRBE and ProdByParis  joining him. The tour kicks off late April and is slated to end late June. “With both Post and 21 Savage being on the same bill, it’s likely fans who check out the show will get to see the Billboard Hot 100-topping “rockstar” performed live by both of the song’s rappers” said Billboard.

We are still in the first quarter of the year and major tours have already broken ground, predicting a promising year in shows ahead for 2018.

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