Bruno Mars is making sure thousands of needy residents in his native Hawaii will be well-fed this Thanksgiving.
The R&B singer-songwriter is planning to provide 24,000 meals to people in need in Hawaii to celebrate the completion of his “24K Magic World Tour,” according to the Associated Press. Per the article, Mars has already “donated money for the food” to Salvation Army’s Hawaiian and Pacific Islands Division, which offers a yearly meal program for impoverished families.
The “Versace on the Floor” artist gave his generous announcement after finishing the last of three consecutive shows at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Sunday (November 11).
“Let’s have a good time tonight Hawaii! Most importantly, let’s show love and aloha to everyone driving down and attending the concert. I’ve missed you all and I can’t wait to perform and sing on the island I call home,” Mars wrote in a social media post shouting out his home state Thursday (November 8).
The Grammy Award winner kicked off his 200-date world tour in March 2017 in support of his third studio album, 24K Magic, which released in 2016. Supporting acts on Mars’ tour have included Ciara, Ella Mai, Charlie Wilson, and Boyz II Men.
In July, “Bodak Yellow” rapper Cardi B was announced to join Mars on his massive trek the following September. However, Cardi later pulled out of the gig in order to spend time with her newborn daughter, Kulture.