Dua Lipa and Average White Band to open for Bruno Mars in Scotland

New Rules hitmaker Dua Lipa, legendary Scottish funk band Average White Band, funk-rock fusion DNCE and DJ Rashida will join Bruno Mars for his first Scottish outdoors gig at Glasgow Green, Tuesday 10 July.

With a string of hits including Be The One and Hotter Than Hell, Brit Award-winner Dua Lipa has been on the rise to fame since bursting onto the scene in 2015.

Recently, Dua Lipa reached major milestones – becoming the youngest solo female artist to reach one billion views on YouTube with the video for her double-platinum global smash single New Rules and, winning two Brit Awards for Best British Breakthrough artist and Best British Female.

Average White Band are widely regarded as one of the best soul and funk bands in the history of music.

Perhaps best known for their timeless instrumental mega-hit Pick Up The Pieces, one of the most recognisable tracks in music, the band have become one of the most sampled acts in history, with Beastie Boys, Nas and Macy Grey amongst the famous names who have drawn influence from the band.

The current line-up, with noted US musicians alongside founding Scottish members Alan Gorrie and Onnie McIntyre, continues to delight audiences around the world and are sure to bring their legendary sound to Glasgow Green this summer.

Formed in the summer of 2015, DNCE first introduced themselves to audiences worldwide with the release of Cake By The Ocean, their now three times platinum-selling breakout smash.

The American funk-pop band have reached the top 10 in several charts and have won a string of awards including Best New Act at the MTV Video Music Awards and will bring their summer vibes to the Glasgow crowd.

DJ Rashida, has established herself as one of the most sought-after DJs in the world after playing her signature fusion of hip-hop, funk and soul music around the globe in cities like London, New York, Paris and much more.

Tickets for Bruno Mars at Glasgow Green are on sale now from gigsinscotland.com/bruno-mars

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