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The new Intuit Dome, the highly anticipated arena in Inglewood that will serve as the home of the Clippers and the basketball team’s primary venue during the 2028 Summer Olympics, is preparing for its grand opening on August 15.

The unofficial master of ceremonies? The one and only Bruno Mars, who will celebrate the opening of the venue with two back-to-back shows on August 15 and 16.

This is a pretty big deal, and tickets to the show have been on sale for a while now. But just in case this is the first time you’ve heard of it, here’s some information on how to get your hands on those coveted tickets.

When is Bruno Mars’ concert in LA?

Mars will be the first artist to take to the new Intuit Dome stage on August 15. The inaugural show will be followed by a second the next night, August 16.

Keep in mind that these are one-off shows and are not part of a tour. Mars is actually currently playing a residency at Dolby Live at the Park MGM in Las Vegas.

How do I get tickets for the Bruno Mars concerts at the Intuit Dome?

It turns out that Ticketmaster, unsurprisingly, has sold out of all tickets. That being said, there are secondary markets to look into, but keep in mind that prices are pretty high right now. Some sites to keep an eye on when looking for tickets are StubHub, SeatGeek, and VividSeats. Plus, there’s always the chance that prices will drop closer to the event as ticket holders rush to buy last-minute tickets. Good luck!

What setlist will Bruno Mars play at the Intuit Dome?

It is not yet known exactly which songs Mars will play at the grand opening.

But if the current setlists for his concert series at Park MGM are to be believed, the artist will delight audiences with a host of his classics, including “24K Magic,” “Finesse,” “Uptown Funk,” “Locked Out of Heaven,” “Versace on the Floor,” and “Marry You.”