Bruno Mars Wraps Up His 7-Day Tokyo Concert

American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars held a seven-day concert in Japan’s Tokyo Dome and thanked the fans for a magical night.

After Live Nation Japan’s announcement last year, Bruno Mars finally wrapped up seven nights of his The One & Only Night residency concert at the Tokyo Dome. The entertainment company announced that the dates would be from January 11, 13, 14, 16, and 18. Fans ended up selling out all scheduled days, prompting two additional dates, January 14 and 21.

The singer popularized the songs “Just The Way You Are,” “Uptown Funk!,” “The Lazy Song,” and more. He started his career at 17 and released his debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans in 2010. Mars won a few Grammys in the span of his career, including Record of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for Unorthodox Jukebox.

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Setlist features chart-topping hits

Amazon Music revealed Mars’ setlist during his seven-day concert. He started each night with “24k Magic” (k reads as carat) and ended his performances with “Uptown Funk!”

Bruno Mars performed at Tokyo Dome during his The One & Only Night residency concert
Bruno Mars performed at Tokyo Dome during his The One & Only Night residency concert/Photo via Instagram @brunomars

Chart-toppers “That’s What I Like,” “Just The Way You Are,” and “Leave The Door Open” made the singer’s setlist, too. Mars’ chart history revealed these songs formerly ranked number 1 for a couple of weeks at Billboard’s Hot 100

“A magical night”

Mars left Japan an endearing yet quirky tribute as his residency concert led to a close. He posted a video showing a couple of his fans and shots of him in a bird’s eye view camera style. 

The highly-spirited video showed a couple of places in Tokyo and the singer doing the Naruto ninja run. He called Tokyo a “magical place” on his reel. 

“Thank you to the beautiful people of Japan for giving us an experience we will never forget,” the singer said. He added his gratitude for the people as he really felt like a “true Kawaii King” on Tokyo’s streets. 

Thousands of fans went to see Bruno Mars live at the Tokyo Dome
Thousands of fans went to see Bruno Mars live at the Tokyo Dome/Photo via Instagram @brunomars

He made an incredible impact on his fans as he highlights his undeniable charisma, funk, and soulful voice in every performance.

“Love always, your Bruno-San,” Mars said as he finished his post.

Upcoming shows

Mars’ act is far from over as more schedules for future shows are currently underway. He is set to return to Las Vegas, Nevada in February to continue his concert residency. 

After that, the singer is off to Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok in March, and the National Stadium in Singapore in April.

Mars held shows in Latin America as well as in South Korea and the Philippines apart from his concert’s North American leg last year. 

Watch the final show of his The One & Only Night residency concert below.

Bruno Mars performed his final concert night at the Tokyo Dome on January 21.

Banner photo via Instagram @brunomars.

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