Bruno Mars is planning a celebratory tour after bagging multiple Grammys, including Album of the Year, for his 2016 release 24K Magic.
In a series of tweets Thursday night, Mars informed fans he was putting together "one more U.S. tour" to celebrate the album's success. Wisely, Mars' final 24K Magic tour will also feature "Finesse" collaborator Cardi B. "Make this finale a party!" Mars said.
Cardi later responded to Mars' tweeted plans on Instagram, telling him this all sounds like "a great idea," which is undoubtedly true.
You can check out the cities for the 12-date tour below; official schedule and venues will be announced soon. Tickets go on sale Feb.16.
In addition to the Album of the Year honor (which most certainly should have gone to Kendrick Lamar's Damn), Mars' 24K Magic won Best R&B Album and Best Engineered Album Non-Classical. Mars and Cardi hit up the New York City awards ceremony to bring the '90s-heavy vibes of their "Finesse" remix video to the stage.
Mars dedicated his Album of the Year win to Babyface, Teddy Riley, Terry Lewis, and Jimmy Jam. In an interview with Billboard Thursday, Babyface said he was "honored" be mentioned. "I had the opportunity to go into the studio and work with and write with him, and I had so much respect for his work ethic 'cause it was very close to how I did it, and how I do it," he said. "I think he's genius in his approach and one of the best entertainers we've had in a very, very long time. I consider Bruno in the same category with Prince and with Michael Jackson; He's one of those guys who can actually stand with those artists, and there aren't a lot of artists I can actually say that about and say it with confidence and feel like he would deserve to be on that same stage as them."
After this run, let's get a Cardi B headlining tour, please.