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Bruno Mars Unveils Massive 'Moonshine Jungle' World Tour

The singer will hit the road this summer to promote his newest album, "Unorthodox Jukebox."

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James Mooney

Pop-rock star Bruno Mars will head out on his most expansive headlining tour to date with a five-month-long arena trek dubbed Moonshine Jungle World Tour. The tour, which supports Mars' sophomore album Unorthodox Jukebox, kicks off June 22 in Washington.

On Tuesday, Mars stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to announce the world tour as well as the cities in North America that he'd be visiting. On Wednesday (Feb. 20), he revealed the dates in full as well as an official teaser video for the international run:

Ellie Goulding and Fitz & the Tantrums will each support Mars on select dates. Tickets to most shows, including all European dates, go on sale March 1.

Mars' tour announcement follows news of Unorthodox Jukebox making a 112 percent leap in sales on the Billboard 200 this week following his performance on the Grammy Awards alongside Sting, Rihanna, Ziggy Marley and Damien Marley. The album, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 upon its December release, flies 8-3 on this week's chart.

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Meanwhile, Mars is enjoying a run of having two singles in the Top 10 of the Hot 100 chart. After spending six weeks at No. 1, "Locked Out of Heaven" remained at No. 2 on last week's tally, while "When I Was Your Man" leaped from 22 to 9.

Check out the full itinerary of Bruno Mars' world tour:

June 22: Washington (Verizon Center)
June 24: Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
June 26: Boston (TD Garden)
June 27: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun Arena)
June 29: Brooklyn, N.Y. (Barclays Center)
July 1: Newark, N.J. (Prudential Center)
July 2: Pittsburgh (Consol Energy Center)
July 3: Toronto (Molson Amphitheatre)
July 5: Montreal (Bell Centre)
July 10: Columbus, Ohio (Value City Arena)
July 11: Detroit (The Palace of Auburn Hills)
July 13: Chicago (United Center)
July 14: Minneapolis (Xcel Energy)
July 17: Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)
July 18: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)
July 20: Vancouver, British Columbia (Rogers Arena)
July 21: Seattle (Key Arena)
July 22: Portland, Ore. (Rose Garden Arena)
July 24: Sacramento, Calif. (Sleep Train Arena)
July 25: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)
July 27: Los Angeles. (Staples Center)
July 30: San Diego (Valley View Casino Center)
July 31: Phoenix (US Airways Arena)
Aug. 2: Salt Lake City (Maverik Center)
Aug. 3: Las Vegas (MGM Grand)
Aug. 5: Denver (Red Rocks Amphitheater)
Aug. 8: St. Louis (Scottrade Center)
Aug. 9: Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)
Aug. 10: Oklahoma City (Chesapeake Energy Arena)
Aug. 12: Dallas (American Airlines Center)
Aug. 14: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center)
Aug. 15: Houston (Toyota Center)
Aug. 17: Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)
Aug. 18: Louisville, Ky. (KFC Yum! Center)
Aug. 19: Indianapolis (Bankers Life Fieldhouse)
Aug. 21: Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)
Aug. 22: Atlanta (Philips Arena)
Aug: 28: Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)
Aug. 30: Miami (American Airlines Arena)
Sept. 1: San Juan, P.R. (Coliseo de Puerto Rico)
Oct. 2: Belfast, Northern Irelans (The Odyssey Arena)
Oct. 3: Dublin, Ireland (The O2)
Oct. 5: Manchester, U.K. (Manchester Arena)
Oct. 6: Glasgow, U.K. (Hydro)
Oct. 8: London (O2 Arena)
Oct. 11: Birmingham, U.K. (NIA Arena)
Oct. 12: Sheffield, U.K. (Motorpoint Arena)
Oct. 14: Paris (Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy)
Oct. 15: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Ziggo Dome)
Oct. 17: Antwerp, Belgium (Sportpaleis)
Oct. 18: Luxembourg (Rockhal)
Oct. 20: Mannheim, Germany (SAP Arena)
Oct. 21: Stuttgart, Germany (Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle)
Oct. 23: Zurich (Hallenstadion)
Oct. 24: Vienna, Austria (Stadhalle)
Oct. 26: Milan, Italy (Mediolanum Forum)
Oct. 28: Berlin (O2 World)
Oct. 29: Hamburg, Germany (O2 World)
Oct. 31: Copenhagen, Denmark (Forum)
Nov. 2: Oslo, Norway (Spektrum)
Nov. 3: Stockholm (Ericsson Globe)
Nov. 6: Prague, Czech Republic (O2 Arena)
Nov. 7: Budapest (Papp Laszlo Budapest Sport Arena)
Nov. 9: Dusseldorf, Germany (ISS Dome)
Nov. 12: Munich, Germany (Olympiahalle)
Nov. 13: Marseilles, France (Le Dome)
Nov. 15: Madrid (Palacio Vistalegre)