Recently crowned as Pollstar’s Best Urban/R&B Tour ofthe Year and Pop Tour of the Year, Bruno Mars has unveiled a second leg of North America arena dates with Cardi B this September and October.

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Bruno Mars - "KIIS FM Jingle Ball," Staples Center, Los Angeles, Calif.

Bruno is going full globetrotter mode in 2018. He is rocking Australia and New Zealand in late February and March, then he moves into Southeast Asia through April and May, followed by Europe in the summer, including headline spots at Pinkpop in the Netherlands and Barclaycard British Summer Time in London.

The North American leg opens Sept. 7 in Denver’s Pepsi Center and the dates stretch for nearly two months, ending with four nights at Staples Center in Los Angeles Oct. 23-24 and 26-27. There are two-night stands scheduled in Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center; Scotiabank Arena in Toronto; TD Garden in Boston; Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.; Brooklyn’s Barclays Center; and American Airlines Center in Dallas.

Bruno had a huge year in 2017, finishing at No. 4 on Pollstar’s Year End Worldwide Top 100 Tours charts, with $200.1 million grossed and more than 2 million tickets moved on the year. He definitely worked to get to that spot, as he performed 121 shows on the year, more than everyone else on the Worldwide Top 100 except Cirque du Soleil productions and “Harry Potter In Concert”.

Mars also recently racked up a number of Grammy Awards and he continues to ride the popularity of his 24k Magic album, released in 2016.

To learn more about Bruno’s upcoming tour, check out his Pollstar artist page.