SuperbTicketsOnline.com Reports Reduced Pricing For Bruno Mars Tickets For Consol Energy Center Show In Pittsburgh, PA SuperbTicketsOnline.com has reduced the prices of Bruno Mars tickets for the July 2 show taking place in Pittsburgh, PA. Consol Energy Center will host the upcoming show when the young singer travels to many locations during his "Moonshine Jungle Tour."
MILWAUKEE, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The indoor arena located in Pittsburgh can seat approximately 19,700 concertgoers for center-stage events. The entertainment facility opened in August of 2010, and the talented singer will be making it one of his stops during his upcoming tour. SuperbTicketsOnline.com has reduced the pricing of tickets for the July 2 show, and fans can easily obtain their seats online from the comforts of home.
"Moonshine Jungle Tour" tickets are selling at a steady clip for the two legs of the tour. The first leg begins on June 22 in Washington, D.C., and the singer will travel across North America visiting U.S. and Canadian cities. U.S. destinations include stops in such locations as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Uncasville, Connecticut; Detroit, Michigan; Salt Lake City, Utah; Las Vegas, Nevada; Morrison, Colorado; Austin, Texas; Nashville, Tennessee; Louisville, Kentucky; Atlanta, Georgia; Orlando, Florida; and Indianapolis, Indiana. Canadian shows will be performed in such locations as Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Quebec City, Edmonton and Vancouver. Fans can also enjoy special appearances by Ellie Goulding and Fitz & The Tantrums for specific North American dates. Bruno Mars tickets can easily sell out for any or all of these performances.
The second leg of the tour includes UK and European concerts that begin on October 2 and wrap up on November 15. The Honolulu native will hit many spots around the globe during his major world tour, and he intends to provide a thrilling and thoroughly enjoyable show for all of his fans worldwide. He has been entertaining since he was a young boy performing with the family band back in Hawaii. He moved to L.A. shortly after his high school graduation in order to pursue a career in music and began performing solo acts after first producing music for other entertainers such as Travie McCoy, Brandy, Adam Levine, and Alexandra Burke.
Concertgoers eager to see the singer/songwriter in person will need to acquire their tickets soon as seats are going quickly for all performances in North America and elsewhere. There will be a total of 71 shows before the world tour comes to a close, and fans in the know will have tickets for one of those shows.