Bruno MarsSaturday June 30th, 2018Doors opening:06:30 PMThe winner of several Grammy Awards and a multi-platinum artist, today, Bruno March announced an exclusive series of European dates for the summer of 2018. The artist, who has many hits to his name, will give six concerts, including one at Stade de France on Saturday, 30 June.
Bruno Mars is currently in South America for his 24K Magic World Tour, produced by Live Nation. Critics have described Bruno as a "master of his art and an accomplished performer" (Washington Post) and with a "remarkable” talent as a showman (The Guardian). The 24K Magic World Tour is Bruno Mars’ first tour since the Moonshine Jungle World Tour in 2014, an international blockbuster which has sold 2 million tickets around the world for 155 sell-out concerts.
TIMES FOR BRUNO MARS AT STADE DE FRANCE
Day of the event: Saturday, June 30th 2018
Open doors: 06:30 PM
BOOK MY TICKETS FOR BRUNO MARS
To book tickets for the BRUNO MARS concert on Saturday, June 30th 2018 at Stade de France, click on the "Book my seat" button to select the price category of your choice, add a parking space to your cart if necessary and proceed with the payment.
Black market vigilance
Beware of scams - by purchasing your tickets on websites not authorised by the producer of the show, you run the risk of:
- Paying far too much for them
- Not receiving the tickets or receiving tickets for different seat categories than those ordered. As these sites have no certain and official source of ticket supply, they are not able to guarantee them to you.
You have no recourse. In case of difficulty, you will not necessarily be able to call on a professional ready to meet their commitments and to compensate you if applicable, even though you have already paid or incurred transport or accommodation costs.
Beware of appearances!
Ticketing distribution sites appearing at the top of the results on search engines when you are looking for a ticket are not necessarily sites authorised by the producer of the show. Receiving an email confirmation is not a guarantee of the validity of the purchased ticket.
Therefore, we advise you to use our official ticket office for shows: https://www.stadefrance.com
For any other ticketing outlet, check with the producer of show that this seller has been authorised by them by consulting the producer’s official website or by contacting them by telephone. The producer’s license number and/or their name appear on the show’s tickets and posters
1. How many tickets can I purchase?
The limit is set at 6 tickets per order; the tickets are named.
2. And if we want to come to the concert in a larger group?
You will need to make another order, without the guarantee that you will all be placed at the same location.
3. What are the Stade de France conditions of entry?
To be able to enter the Stade de France arena, you must have your tickets and your identification with you.
4. What is the age restriction?
All minors must be accompanied by an adult.
5. Are cameras are allowed?
Professional photographic equipment, cameras and recording devices are strictly prohibited. Pocket cameras and mobile phones are permitted.
6. At what time should we come to Stade de France?
Please consult the Stade de France website in order to obtain the opening times for the gates.
Please arrive sufficiently in advance to allow you to comfortably enter before the start of the concert.
For security reasons, only small backpacks and handbags are allowed.
7. I bought my tickets from an unofficial ticket resale site and I was refused entry. What can I do to obtain a refund?
Ask for a refund from the site from which you purchased your ticket. We also recommend that you lodge a complaint against the site.
8. What do you do otherwise to counter the secondary market?
French law prohibits the resale of tickets:
“Article 313-6-2.- To sell, offer to sell or expose for sale or transfer or to provide the means for the sale or transfer of entry tickets to a sporting, cultural or commercial event or to a live show, habitually and without the permission of the producer, organiser or owner of the operating rights of this event or show, is punishable by a €15,000 fine. This penalty increases to a fine of €30,000 for repeat offences”.
9. How do I buy tickets for people with disabilities?
Please consult the Stade de France website: https://www.stadefrance.com/fr/handicaps/beneficiaire
There, you can obtain information and find out about the process to be followed for the purchase of tickets.