Bruno Mars has announced the dates for the second leg of his huge 'Moonshine Jungle' world tour. The 27 year-old wrapped up the first leg, starting June 2013 and ending the following November, which visited North America and Europe.

Bruno Mars
Bruno is also playing at this year's Super Bowl halftime show

Mars announced that music mogul Pharrell Williams will be joining him in select cities and Aloe Blacc will be the show's opening act for most of the dates.

The 'Grenade' singer visits Australia, New Zealand and Asia before kicking-off the lengthy North American road trip in his hometown of Honolulu, Hawaii, for two shows that will start on April 18th.

The tour will then commence in late May in Fresno, California, and finish on August 17th in Englewood, Colorado.

The 'Unorthodox Jukebox' hit maker will share a stage with the producer of last summer's huge track 'Blurred Lines', Pharrell, for concerts in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal.

Pharrell Williams
Pharrell will join the tour for 5 shows

However, before getting too excited for the upcoming tour, Mars must focus and prepare for a huge performance at this year's coveted Super Bowl halftime show.

All the pressure won't just be put solely on the 'Locked Out Of Heaven' singer though, it was recently announced that he will be joined by rock and rock hall of famers Red Hot Chili Peppers.

All of the tour dates can be found on the singer's official website.

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