Maui Arts & Entertainment

Bruno Mars schedules MACC concert on Maui – December 21

October 19, 2010, 9:35 PM HST
* Updated October 22, 10:05 AM
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Hawaii native and Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper, Bruno Mars, will perform in two Hawaii shows in December.  Tom Moffatt Production announced a Honolulu show December 19th (7:30 p.m.) at the Blaisdell Arena, and a Kahului concert on December 21 (7:30 p.m.) at the Castle Theater of the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. 

Bruno Mars to perform live on Maui, December 21, 2010. Photo courtesy HarperSmith/Tom Moffatt Production.

[flashvideo file=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjhCEhWiKXk /]  Mars, who was featured in “Billionaire” & “Nothin’ On You”, earned top Billboard ranking with the hit single “Just The Way You Are”.  The singer/songwriter/producer recently released his debut album, “DOO–WOPS & HOOLIGANS,” which arrived in stores on October 5th.  Mars was born into a musical family in Honolulu and graduated from Roosevelt High School. 

Maui reserved seating prices are $35, $45, and $55 and will go on sale to Maui Arts & Cultural Center members Saturday, Oct. 23 at 10 a.m., Tickets go a on sale to the general public one week later on Saturday, Oct. 30.  Tickets will be available at the MACC Box Office, online at mauiarts.org or charge by phone at (808) 242-SHOW. Ticket limits apply to all purchases.

Honolulu reserved seating prices are $35 and $45 and will go on sale Saturday, Oct. 23 at 9 a.m. to the general public. Tickets for the all ages show will be available at the Blaisdell Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets including Walmart, Kailua Sports Gear, online at ticketmaster.com or charge by phone at (800) 745-3000.

 (Posted by Wendy Osher)

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