It’s going to be one of the biggest pop music events of the year, and the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival just unveiled the list of performers slated to hit the stage.
Including names like Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Elton John, Adam Lambert with Queen, and Chris Brown, it seems the two-day shindig will have plenty of variety.
Before kicking off his world tour, Bruno Mars arrived at the Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. on Thursday (June 20).
The “Treasure” singer donned army-style pants with a graphic tee as he casually made his way through the terminal.
He keeps putting out killer music, and Bruno Mars' latest single “Treasure” also has an amazing video to go with it.
Sporting a red suit and plenty of 1980s swagger, the “Just the Way You Are” crooner prances around under a disco ball as his band works their magic in the background.
With just weeks to go before embarking on a nationwide tour, Bruno Mars is now mourning the woman who encouraged his musical talents.
The Unorthodox Jukebox singer’s mother, Bernadette Hernandez, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday (June 1) in Honolulu, Hawaii from a brain aneurysm.
Celebrating a chart-topping year, Bruno Mars flexed his pipes at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday (May 19).
Using the star-studded evening to debut a new tune, the 27-year-old crooner performed his next single, "Treasure."
With a successful tour underway, Bruno Mars is showing off his funky side on the cover of GQ magazine's April 2013 issue.
While rocking designer duds from Neil Barrett and Brunello Cucinelli for the Peggy Sirota-helmed shoot, the "Grenade" singer opens about everything from songwriting to his past drug abuse.
He’s one of the hottest performers in pop music today, and Bruno Mars paid a visit to the iHeartRadio Theater for a very special gig.
The “Just The Way You Are” singer and his top-notch band treated fans to a hit-laden set including his hits “Locked Out of Heaven,” “Runaway,” and “Marry You.”
Drawing in an enormous crowd, Bruno Mars rocked the house at the Houston Rodeo last night (March 7).
On a stage that mostly attracts audience interested in horses, cattle, cowboys and country music, the 27-year-old singer drew brought 75,000 fans to the Reliant Stadium in the Texas town.
He’s well-known as a masterful showman, and Bruno Mars is bringing his Moonshine Jungle World Tour to fans all over the USA.
The “Just The Way You Are” singer will kick off his massive venture on June 22nd in Washington DC and wrap things up on September 1st in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Joining other musicians on the road, Bruno Mars announced on Wednesday (February 13) that he is launching a world tour this summer.
The Moonshine Jungle Tour will start in North America, with stops including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and Miami.