Bruno Mars
Bruno Mars performs "Let's Go Crazy" during a tribute to the late singer Prince at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S. , February 12, 2017. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Bruno Mars will headline the 2017 Capital FM's Summertime Ball in London. The mini-festival will take place at London's Wembley Arena on June 10 and around 80,000 visitors are expected to be present.

The “24K Magic” singer joins many other singers including Little Mix, Maroon 5, Stormzy, Rag'n'Bone Man, Niall Horan and Clean Bandit. It will be former One Direction member Horan’s first Summertime ball performance as a solo artist.

"He's got two number one albums and five UK number one singles," Capital FM wrote, adding, "So you know Bruno's coming to seriously entertain you with his irresistibly catchy pop smashes -- so you'd better get practicing those dance moves!" Such is the popularity of Mars that many people said on Twitter they purchased the tickets to the concert only after the singer was confirmed to join the festival.

"Got the tickets, though! Decided to get them after hearing Bruno Mars is going!!," wrote one person on Twitter. "I think me and mum screamed a bit too loud this morning #BrunoMarsAtCapitalSTB," said another fan on Twitter.

Mars is currently on his “24K Magic World Tour” and the tickets to his shows have been in huge demand. The Grammy-award winning singer is also scheduled to visit Australia in 2018.

His tickets have been in high demand and many fans were left disappointed after they could not buy tickets for his Aussie tour. Due to an overwhelming demand, Live Nation also announced the 5th Sydney show of the 24K Magic Tour at Qudos Bank Arena on March 24. The Hawaii-born singer will tour six cities on the Australasian leg of the tour, which kicks off Feb. 27, 2018. His song “That’s What I Like” enjoyed a third week as pop Radio's number 1 song.

The 2017 Capital FM's Summertime Ball in London will feature an A-list line-up, including Swedish star Zara Larrson, Dua Lipa, US singer Sean Paul and Britain's Anne-Marie. Tickets for the event went on sale on May 11 on the Capital website and were sold out within 90 minutes. However, there are still few tickets left, which can be won through various contests and competitions on Capital radio.

Alternatively, one can also check the website called Twickets, where the unwanted tickets are being sold at face value or less. Only fans are allowed to sell the tickets on this website. Brokers or ticketing selling agencies are not allowed.