The tour still has a bevy of shows left to perform.
Bruno Mars has become an ubiquitous force in pop music, replete an arsenal of indomitable hits that just won't quit, as well as a devoted and diverse fanbase. However, the "Finesse" crooner also has the receipts to prove his commercial viability as a performer, with his current 24K Magic Tour having grossed a mind-boggling $240 million thus far.
The musical extravaganza has sold an impressive 2.3 million tickets since the tour began in March 2017, which has effectively placed Mars on the road for over a year. For just three shows in separate Latin American venues, Mars' electrifying showmanship was witnessed by 178,989 concert-goers, yielding $15.7 million in revenue.
Similarly, throughout Oceania, Mars performed to crowds totalling 118,000, whilst grossing another $12.6 million in ticket sales alone. When factoring in the sale of merchandise, this extensive and exhaustive trek across the globe will shower the pop music stalwart with a bevy of riches.
The tour still has another 64 shows before it ceases to exist; expect the total gross revenue to rise exponentially within the coming months.