Bruno Mars’ long-running residency at Park MGM is shifting into an extended engagement at its Dolby Live theater for Silk Sonic, his Grammy-nominated side project with Anderson .Paak. The 1970s soul-flavored act is set to take the stage for 13 performances starting on February 25.
Dolby Live has hosted Mars’ Las Vegas residency since December 2016, when the venue was known as Park Theater. Comedian Katt Williams performs there this weekend, January 21-22, and Garth Brooks brings his The One Man show stripped-down production to Dolby Live February 4-5. The venue is also home to residency shows from Lady Gaga and Aerosmith, although those acts do not currently have dates scheduled for 2022.
Silk Sonic’s concerts are set for February 25 and 26; March 2, 4, 5, 16, 18, 19, 23, 25, 26 and 31; and April 2. Tickets start at $125 and go on sale January 21 at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster.com.
Silk Sonic made its debut in March 2021 with hit single “Leave the Door Open,” followed by the November release of nine-track album An Evening With Silk Sonic in November. Mars last performed at Dolby Live on New Year’s Eve. Anderson .Paak last performed in Las Vegas in December 2019 as part of the Intersect music festival.