Bruno Mars Replaces Cardi B With Ciara, Boyz II Men On 24K Magic Tour Bruno Mars Replaces Cardi B With Ciara, Boyz II Men On 24K Magic Tour
Fans have been speculating over who Bruno Mars would take with him on his 24K Magic Tour after Cardi B dropped out last month,... Bruno Mars Replaces Cardi B With Ciara, Boyz II Men On 24K Magic Tour

Fans have been speculating over who Bruno Mars would take with him on his 24K Magic Tour after Cardi B dropped out last month, and finally, the “Finesse” singer announced that he will be joined by Ciara and Boyz II Men, among others.

While Cardi B was scheduled to perform on the last leg of Mars’ world tour, she announced late last month that she needed to spend time with her daughter, Kulture, who she gave birth to just 16 days before. She explained that she is not ready physically, and couldn’t bear to leave her baby behind while she went on tour, claiming that she “underestimated this whole mommy thing.”

“You are absolutely doing the right thing,” Mars commented on Cardi’s announcement. “I also know we’ll share the stage when the time is right.”

Since Cardi withdrew from the tour, fans were guessing who the opener would be for weeks.

“I was trying really hard to make a cool tour poster once we got confirmation on who’s joining us on the finale of The 24K Magic Tour,” Mars wrote in the caption of an Instagram post announcing the openers. “But in my excitement, I forgot I suck at arts and crafts. Swipe left for the official announcement…”

Mars will be joined by pop star Ciara on select dates – who just released the hit single “Level Up” this past July. Her latest LP, Jackie, follows her 2013 self-titled and 2010’s Basic Instinct. She is best-known for her 2004 debut album Goodies which features the title track as well as “One, Two Step.” Additionally, he will be joined by the R&B/soul group Boyz II Men, who just released the LP Under the Streetlight last year. Charlie Wilson and Ella Mai will also take the stage, with each opener varying per show.

The trek is set to kick-off on September 7 in Denver, Colorado with Boyz II Men, and will continue throughout November, making stops in cities like Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, and Los Angeles. Honolulu, Hawaii will close out the run with a three-day show at Aloha Stadium from November 8 through 11, featuring special guests Green and Common Kings.

See the full list of tour dates and opening acts per show below.

Visit Ticket Club to find tickets to the 24K Magic Tour this fall. 

Bruno Mars 24K Magic U.S. Tour

September 7 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center (with Boyz II Men)
September 8 – Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center (with Boyz II Men)
September 11 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center (with Charlie Wilson)
September 12 – St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center (with Charlie Wilson)
September 15 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena (with Charlie Wilson)
September 16 – Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena (with Charlie Wilson)
September 19 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center (with Boyz II Men)
September 20 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center (with Boyz II Men)
September 22 – Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Centre (with Ciara)
September 23 – Toronto, Ontario @ Air Canada Centre (with Ciara)
September 27 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden (with Ciara)
September 28 – Boston, MA @ TD Garden (with Ciara)
October 1 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center (with Ciara)
October 2 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center (with Ciara)
October 4 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center (with Ella Mai)
October 5 – Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center (with Ella Mai)
October 7 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena (with Ella Mai)
October 8 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena (with Ella Mai)
October 11 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center (with Ella Mai)
October 12 – Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center (with Ella Mai)
October 14 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center (with Charlie Wilson)
October 15 – Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center (with Charlie Wilson)
October 23 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center (with Boyz II Men)
October 24 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center (with Ciara)
October 26 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center (with Ella Mai)
October 27 – Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center (with Charlie Wilson)
November 8 – Honolulu, HI @ Aloha Stadium
November 10 – Honolulu, HI @ Aloha Stadium (with the Green, Common Kings)
November 11 – Honolulu, HI @ Aloha Stadium (with the Green, Common Kings)