Bruno Mars will bring “magic” to the Apollo in TV special

24 karat magic is in the air for Bruno Mars, who has landed his first-ever prime time TV special. The gig will be held at New York’s historic Apollo Theater and promises to be an energetic evening from beginning to end.

CBS will air the special, dubbed Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live at the Apllo, on November 29 at 10 p.m. EST. The network teased that the special will include a special performance from Mars atop the Apollo’s famous marquee, garnering plenty of buzz with over two months ahead of the special airing.

The “That’s What I Like” singer has given plenty of memorable performances throughout his career, including his biggest stint as the halftime performer at Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014. However, his creative and musical genius will truly shine when he takes the stage at the Apollo with his band, The Hooligans.

The special will explore all sides of Mars as a musician, both showcasing his infectious stage presence at the Apollo and bringing him to the streets of New York to surprise locals with intimate, impromptu performances.

For fans who just can’t wait until November to see the Grammy winner in action (or who prefer to watch him live rather than through a TV screen), Mars is currently hitting major North American arenas on his 24K Magic World Tour through November 11. He later brings the tour to South America and Australia, along with select dates in Las Vegas before wrapping up the tour in March 2018. Tickets available here.