O'ahu reggae band to perform at Bruno's last 2 shows
This weekend's sold out Bruno Mars shows will be slightly different from Thursday's.
This weekend's sold out Bruno Mars shows will be slightly different from Thursday's. Mars invited two Reggae bands to perform at his final concerts at Aloha Stadium. For award winning group, The Green, no stage will compare to the one they'll be sharing with the Hawaii born singer.
This is the second time Mars invited the band to play at his shows. The band says the opportunity has opened doors for them in the industry.
The Green's guitarist, JP Kennedy has known Mars since high school. He says the multi platinum powerhouse still follows and supports Hawaii's musicians.
"He's this world star but he's also still the boy from Hawaii that's repping it as hard as he can," Kennedy said.
The group has been preparing for the back to back shows for weeks.
An estimated 36,000 concert goers packed the stadium on Thursday night. The Green says theyre honored to be supporting Mars on the final leg of his 24K Magic tour.
"We're stoked to be a part of Bruno's shows and can't wait for Saturday to come so we can do this!"Kennedy said.
Reggae band, The Common Kings, based out of California will also take the stage. Both bands say they're extremely grateful to be part of Mars' record setting shows in Halawa.