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Bruno Mars

by FOH Staff • in
  • January 2019
  • Showtime
• Created: January 15, 2019

BRUNO MARS © Steve Jennings


24K Magic World Tour

Sound Co

Clair Global



FOH Engineers: Bill Sheppell, Chris Rabold

Monitor Engineer: Ramon Morales

Systems Engineers/Crew Chiefs: Andrew Dowling, Chris “Sully” Sullivan

AE: Scotty McGrath

RF Tech: Paul Tobey

System Techs: Jacob Caples, Matthew Gallagher




Console: DiGiCo SD7 w/ SD Racks

Speakers: Clair Cohesion System (CO-12/Mains/Sides, CO-8/Rear Hang, CP-218/Subs (flown)

Amps: Lab.gruppen

Processing: Waves Mercury Bundle, SSL Bundle, Abbey Road Bundle; Bricasti M7; Empirical Labs EL-8 Distressor; Midas XL42; Chandler TG1; TC Electronic 2290



Console: DiGiCo SD7 w/ SD Racks

Speakers: Clair Cohesion CO-8, CM-22, CP-118

Amps: Lab.gruppen

Processing: Waves SSL 4000, API Bundles

PMs: Shure PSM 1000

Hardwired Mics: Shure SM 81, 91a, 52a, Beta 181, SM 58, 57; AKG C-414, 45; Sennheiser MKH 451EB, MD 421, MD 409; Beyer M 88 TG; Audio-Technica; Telefunken M80, M60, TK62 capsule; Radial J48, SW8, Spaceheater, EXCT-SA, X-Amp Reamp; Countryman DI

Wireless Mics: Sennheiser 9000 with 9235 handhelds


Tour Notes:

Launched in late March 2017, Bruno Mars’ world tour in support of his 24K Magic album, released the previous fall, continued strong through 2018, with 100 shows racking up $237.8 million in Billboard’s Nov. 1-Oct. 31 chart year and the tour continuing on through Mars’ two gigs at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Dec. 30 and 31, 2018. Total reported revenues (excluding a handful of shows where ticket sales were not available): just under $370 million.

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