Jared Leto completes a week-long journey across the country in support of Thirty Seconds to Mars’ forthcoming album “America.”
The 46-year-old singer began the trip in New York City on Monday and has traveled by every means possible, while he crosses the continent—whether by plane, train, automobile or hitchhiking—making his way to Los Angeles for the final leg of his “Mars Across America” journey ending at Hubble Studio (545 S. Clarence St. Los Angeles, CA) for something bigger than an album release party for “America,” out Friday, April 6th.
The 2-day Pop-up experience called “The Museum of America” that takes a look at our culture and offers an unvarnished, boldly honest, view of our society, opens a door for discussion and offers a fresh perspective of how we’re living and what we value. As the press release puts it, “It’s a call to action for Americans to look up from their phones, take notice, and get involved. This album and museum is as experiential as it is lyrical. It comes with a message that is loud and clear.”
You have the weekend to enjoy “The Museum of America,” so don’t miss out!
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