Bruno Mars is ready to close the door on his “24K Magic” world tour, but before wrapping things up the generous singer is giving back to his home state, gifting 24,000 Thanksgiving meals to the needy in Hawaii.
After performing the tour’s final show in Honolulu, reports Complex, the 33-year-old pop sensation will donate funds to cover the cost of 24,000 meals (the number is a nod to his “24M Magic” album and tour), working with the Salvation Army — Hawaiian & Pacific Islands Division’s 48th annual Thanksgiving Dinner meal program.
On Sunday, Mars will end his massive tour, which has spanned almost 200 dates and two years, by completing a three-night stand at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.
The three-night run is one for the history books, reports Complex, with Mars becoming the first artist to sell out three back-to-back performances at the Hawaii venue, topping both Michael Jackson and U2, who each played two back-to-back shows.
On Saturday, Mars shared a video on Instagram demonstrating how psyched he is to perform for his fellow Hawaiians: