Bruno Mars adds second St. Paul show after huge demand for the first

He'll play consecutive nights at the Xcel.

Twin Cities fans can't get enough of Bruno Mars' Uptown Funk.

The Treasure superstar has added a second date at St. Paul's Xcel Energy Center shortly after tickets for his first went on sale Friday.

He'll play the arena on September 11 and 12, with rapper Cardi B opening both shows.

It's part of the final leg of Mars' "24K Magic" worldwide concert series, touring off the back of his multi-Grammy award-winning third album.

Tickets for the Sept. 12 show are now available on Ticketmaster, with the remaining tickets costing between $85 and $172.50.

The Pioneer Press notes he's sold out the Xcel on his previous three visits to the city, in 2013, 2014 and 2017.

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