The run will make stops at major arenas all over the world

By Jessica Goodman
Updated November 15, 2016 at 12:56 PM EST
Credit: Kai Z Feng

Bruno Mars is hitting the road with his new album 24K Magic.

The “Uptown Funk” star announced a massive world tour late Monday Night. The run will begin in March in Belgium and will travel all throughout Europe until June. Then he’ll head stateside in July to crisscross North America, playing at major arenas like New York’s Madison Square Garden, Boston’s TD Center, New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center, Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, and Los Angeles’ the Forum, where he’ll end the tour with four shows in November.

Tickets go on sale Monday. This is Mars’ first tour since 2013’s run, Moonshine Jungle World Tour.

Mars’ new album 24K Magic is out Friday and features already-released singles “24K Magic” and “Versace on the Floor.”