Bruno Mars’s 2024 concert in L.A.: tickets, show venue, setlist and everything else you need to know

Mars will headline the much anticipated opening of the new Intuit Dome arena in Inglewood.

Anna Rahmanan
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Anna Rahmanan
Senior National News Editor
Bruno Mars on stage
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The new Intuit Dome, the much anticipated Inglewood arena that will serve as the home of the Clippers and the main basketball venue during the 2028 Summer Olympics, is gearing up for its grand opening on August 15.

The unofficial master of ceremonies? The one and only Bruno Mars, who’s scheduled to celebrate the opening of the venue with back-to-back shows on both August 15 and 16. 

It’s a pretty big deal, and tickets to the show have been available for a while, but just in case you’re first hearing about this now, here’s a bit about how to snag the much sought-after passes.

When is Bruno Mars’s L.A. concert?

Mars will be the first artist to grace the new Intuit Dome stage on August 15. The kickoff show will be followed by a second one the night after, on August 16. 

Keep in mind that these are one-off shows that aren’t part of a tour. Mars is actually currently playing a residency at Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas.

How can I get tickets to the Bruno Mars concerts at Intuit Dome?

Turns out that, unsurprisingly, Ticketmaster has sold out of all tickets. That being said, there are secondary markets to look at. Keep in mind, though, that prices are currently pretty high. Some websites to monitor when looking for passes are StubHub, SeatGeek and VividSeats. Also, there’s always a chance prices will drop closer to the event as ticketholders scramble to make last-minute sales. Good luck!

What setlist is Bruno Mars going to play at Intuit Dome?

No word yet on what songs, exactly, Mars will be playing at the grand opening. 

But if the recent setlists at his Park MGM residency are of any indication, the artist is going to delight audiences with a ton of his classic tracks, including “24K Magic,” “Finesse,” “Uptown Funk,” “Locked Out of Heaven,” “Versace on the Floor” and “Marry You,” among others.

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