Bruno Mars ‘finally’ comes to Brazil and the footage is epic

September 12, 2023
Bruno Mars "Come to Brasil" Video. Photo: YouTube

Bruno Mars’ Brazilian fans have been begging him to return and perform in the country again – his last visit to Brazil was in 2017 when he was traveling the world with the “24K Magic World Tour”.

The singer finally performed at the first “The Town” festival at the Interlagos racetrack in Sao Paulo, which attracted half a million people over the five-day event. On Monday (11), Bruno Mars shared epic footage on social media showing his time at the festival and walking through the city streets singing Brazilian funk.

It seems like the last time the 37-year-old performer was in Brazil, he set the video to a song all about Mars going to Brazil made by music producers, Stereotypes. The song was titled Bruninho’s Theme Song and, in it, a voice sings “Come to Brazil”, then he responds “I’ll come to Brazil”. Then, images of his shows, all with the funk soundtrack created for the tribute. At the end, he says “Brazil, I came” and thanks the audience.

The first ‘The Town’ festival

The festival’s first edition line-up included music stars from Bruno Mars, Iggy Azalea, Demi Lovato, Maroon 5, Foo Fighters, and Post Malone. Also, Brazilian acts like Seu Jorge, Ney Matogrosso, Iza, and Pablo Vittar.

See some of the other posts shared by artists from their time at the festival below.

Tatiana Cesso

As a journalist, I've made it my mission to explore and share stories that inspire, inform, and entertain. You may have stumbled upon my work in esteemed publications such as InStyle, Marie Claire, Bazaar, L’Officiel, and Vogue, among others. Having called the U.S. home since 2010, I've lived in Chicago, LA, and currently, Miami. But my heart always beats to the rhythm of Brazil. It's where I was born and raised, and my love for its culture, people, and energy knows no bounds. To share this passion, I've founded Brazilcore, a platform aimed at bridging the gap between Brazil and English speakers worldwide.

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