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Concert review: Bruno Mars' Indoor Stadium show was big, loud, fun and anything but subtle

Published on Mar 27, 2014 10:47 AM
 
American soul-pop wunderkind Bruno Mars can write hit songs, has pitch-perfect singing, nifty dance moves and can play a mean guitar. But his gig here revealed another of the Grammy winner's skills - the uncanny ability to keep his hat on throughout a high-octane Moonshine Jungle Tour show at the Indoor Stadium on Wednesday, March 27, 2014. -- PHOTO: LIVE NATION LUSHINGTON 

American soul-pop wunderkind Bruno Mars can write hit songs, has pitch-perfect singing, nifty dance moves and can play a mean guitar. But his gig here revealed another of the Grammy winner's skills - the uncanny ability to keep his hat on throughout a high-octane Moonshine Jungle Tour show at the Indoor Stadium on Wednesday night.

The pale hat never fell off his head even as he wiggled and danced his way through the 90-minute gig.

His first concert here was highly anticipated - the venue was packed, with most of the 11,000 tickets snapped up soon after they went on sale late last year.

He certainly did not disappoint the boisterous, mostly young adult fans, whose screams at times drowned out the music and his singing.

 
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