All You Need To Know: Bruno Mars At Marlay Park
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All You Need To Know: Bruno Mars At Marlay Park

Cíara Spain By Cíara Spain - July 9, 2018

Bruno Mars is coming to Dublin this week, bringing his 24K Magic world tour to Marlay Park on Thursday, July 12th.

The multiple Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist will be hitting up the coveted outdoor venue alongside support acts Sister Sledge and DNCE with an intent disco feel.

He is performing hundreds of dates across the tour, but you can be sure each one will be better than the last and concert revellers are in for quite the treat.

If you're heading along to the gig - here's a couple of things to be mindful of before hitting Marlay Park.

Take public transport where possible - it's going to be a busy one. Keep in mind that backpacks and large bags will not be allowed; only small bags measuring no bigger than A4 will be permitted.

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Under 16’s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian over 18 and you may also be asked to prove your age with photo ID, acceptable forms of proof include: Passport, Garda age card or driving licence.

All You Need To Know: Bruno Mars At Marley Park

Gates open at 5.30pm. While, a shuttle bus will operate between Dundrum Luas station and Stonemasons Way, near the festival entrance. The shuttle will depart Dundrum on first come first serve basis. You can visit www.bushiredublin.net for full details and to purchase your online ticket.

The concert isn't sold out just yet with a limited number of tickets still available so jump on that one fast!

Music-wise; this is a little snippet of what you'll be treated to...

  1. Finesse
  2. 24K Magic
  3. Treasure
  4. Perm
  5. Calling All My Lovelies
  6. Chunky
  7. That's What I Like
  8. Versace On The Floor
  9. Marry You
  10. Drum Solo
  11. Runaway Baby
  12. When I Was Your Man
  13. Locked Out Of Heaven
  14. Just The Way You Are
  15. Uptown Funk

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Ciar Spain keeps you up to date with all things news, sport and entertainment.

When I'm not at my desk you'll find me hiding behind a lens, a book or attending GAA games across the country. If not, I'll be busy complaining about the weather!

Also – I’m a festival lover, so when the summers out I spend most of my time nestled in the sweaty trench of any concert hall that will let me in the doors...

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