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Bruno Mars Comes to the Capital Region with Special Guest Aloe Blacc


Bruno Mars is coming to the Northeast for a sensational live concert. If you loved him at the Super Bowl Halftime show, you'll love him sitting just feet from the stage. 

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"Apparently there was a football game at the Bruno Mars Concert," says a popular Internet meme after the dominant performance of Bruno Mars at this year's Super Bowl Halftime show. 


I know nothing about football and this whole Super Bowl phenomenon; I stay away from my family during the Super Bowl for fear of getting my ears blown out from the shrieks of the devoted fans in the room.

But the Halftime performance of Bruno Mars was the highlight of the Super Bowl, and millions flocked to social media to post and tweet about the exciting concert.

Now, Northeasterners can see Bruno Mars live in Albany this summer for a one-night, energetic concert at the Times Union Center. 

Bruno Mars will perform at the Times Union Center July 20 with special guest Aloe Blacc. If you couldn't get enough of him at the Super Bowl Halftime show, the enthralling performance of Bruno Mars will be this summer's hottest event.

Get your tickets early! Purchase tickets online on the Times Union website. Do not miss this summer's hottest concert!

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