Bruno Mars concert canceled in Israel amid country at war post deadly Hamas attack


Bruno Mars concert in Israel was canceled on Saturday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the country is at war.

“Dear customers, Bruno Mars concert scheduled to take place tonight is cancelled,” announced Live Nation, the entertainment company behind the event, in a statement via Instagram on Saturday.


The social media post translated from Hebrew to English read, “All ticket purchased to the show will receive an automatic refund to the credit card through which the purchase was made.”

The 37-year-old star was set to hit the stage for a second time at Yakon Park in Tel Aviv Saturday.

The singer shared a post on his Instagram to celebrate his first night in Israel, wherein he can be seen with his arms wide open overlooking a large crowd and captioned the post, “Last night.”