Post Malone Announces 2019 UK And European Tour - Pre Sale And Ticket Info
Post Malone has announced his first UK and European arena tour, which will start in February next year.
The tour will begin in Dublin on 14 February, taking in Birmingham and Glasgow before moving on to mainland Europe.
Following gigs in Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Berlin, Munich, Zurich, Oberhausen and Antwerp, the tour will culminate at London's O2 Arena on 13 March.
FULL TOUR LISTINGS:
14 February - 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
16 February - Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, UK
17 February - SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
19 February - Manchester Arena, UK
22 February - AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France
25 February - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
27 February - Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany
1 March - Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
2 March - Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
4 March - Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
5 March - Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
7 March - Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
9 March - Konig-Pilsener-Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
11 March -Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
13 March - O2 Arena, London, UK
It's been quite the year for the 23-year-old rapper, whose real name is Austin Richard Post. Along with emergency flight landings and serious car crashes, he also released a second album, the poignantly-titled Beerbongs & Bentleys.
Cheers to @PostMalone :beers:
'beerbongs & bentleys' has broken the first-day streaming record both globally (78,744,748) and in the U.S. (47,930,039) https://t.co/55Q4EGK0NL pic.twitter.com/f70PREqqlM
- Spotify (@Spotify) April 28, 2018
The follow-up to his debut proved so popular that he even managed to surpass a record that The Beatles had held for a whopping 54 years, becoming the artist with the most Top 20 hits in the charts at the same time, with every single song from the 18-track album reaching the Billboard Top 100.
Tracks 'Psycho', 'Better Now' and 'Rockstar' were all in the Top 10, while a further six others are in the Top 20.
The Beatles set the record back in 1964 when they had six songs in the Top 20.
And it wasn't the only record that Post broke - the album also broke Spotify's first-day streaming record with more than 78.7 million plays... On the first day it was released. Like we said, a not-too-shabby year.
Judging from the success of all that, no doubt his forthcoming tour will do pretty well for itself. Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday 12 October, so get on it.
The pre-sale is live the day before - head here for tickets.
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