Post Malone returned to the Windy City on Wednesday night, as his headlining arena tour, dubbed The Twelve Carat Tour, paid a visit to the United Center. With support from rapper Roddy Ricch, Posty delivered as always, just a few months removed from his big performance at Summer Smash, just a few miles away.
Check out our photos from Post Malone’s Twelve Carat Tour below and stay tuned tomorrow for our full review of the performance.
Don Londres Presents the Post Malone “Twelve Carat Tour” After Party on September 14
BY TER STAFF
Immediately following his highly anticipated performance at the United Center on September 14th, Post Malone is bringing the party to Chicago’s House of Blues for a unique afterparty presented by Don Londres. Posty and his manager and entrepreneur Dre London are bringing fans together for the official tour after party.
Doors for the event will open at 10:30 PM and is for fans 21 and older. Post Malone’s attendance is not guaranteed but you won’t want to miss out on this one!
Get your tickets for the official afterparty here.
Summer is practically over but that doesn’t mean that live music in the Windy City has to come to an end. With festival season coming to an end in the Midwest, some of the best tours are rolling through Chicago in the month of September. From Post Malone and Panic at the Disco’s shows at the United Center, to equally anticipated performances from names like Karol G, Rosalia and Conan Gray, there are so many opportunities to catch a show this month.
Check out our list of the 7 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in September!
Last year’s Summer Smash was easily one of the best festivals of the year. With performances from A$AP Rocky, Lil Baby, Chance The Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Durk and many more, the Chicago festival, curated by Lyrical Lemonade’s Cole Bennett, was a can’t miss.
Building off their momentum from last year’s epic festival, this summer’s fest is just as impressive and organizers have just shared the official daily lineup with some brand new additions. Kicking things off on Friday, June 17th will be Wiz Khalifa, Trippie Redd, Lil Skies, Rico Nasty and headliner Lil Uzi Vert who will look to top his 2021 performance.
Saturday’s lineup is just as great, as Post Malone will deliver his first performance following the June 3rd release of his latest LP, “Twelve Carat Toothache”. Hitting the stage before Posty will be Polo G, Ski Mask The Slump God, Bia and G Herbo to name a few.
Last but not least, on Sunday, Playboi Carti will headline alongside the festivals undercard like Oliver Tree, Lil Yachty, 2 Chainz and more.
Tickets are on sale now at the festival’s official website, with single day passes starting at under $100.
Post Malone’s highly anticipated album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, is here and fans couldn’t be more excited. The followup to the ‘Rockstar’ rapper’s No. 1 album, Beerbongs & Bentley,Hollywood’s Bleeding features guest appearances from Halsey, Future, Meek Mill, DaBaby, Ozzy Osbourne, Travis Scott and more.
The 17-track LP is a must listen and fans are already dubbing the project as one of the best rap albums of the entire year. Postey never disappoints so expect greatness for the new album.
Stream Post Malone’s new album Hollywood’s Bleeding below.
Game of Thrones may be over but Post Malone went full medieval for his new music video for ‘Circles’. The single is from Postey’s forthcoming and highly anticipated album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, and fans can pre-order the LP now on your favorite platforms.
If you like what you hear, you’re in luck because Post Malone’s new album is due out this week (September 6) and will feature guest appearances from artists like Travis Scott, Halsey, Ozzy Osbourne, Meek Mill, SZA and DaBaby. Don’t be surprised if Hollywood’s Bleeding is one of the hottest albums of the year.
Watch Post Malone’s official music video for ‘Circles’ below.
Tyler, The Creator’s amazing Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival blessed Los Angeles with another year of great music but at a brand location, LA’s Dodger Stadium. With a new venue and an epic lineup, the closing day of this year’s carnival saw performances from Post Malone, Jaden Smith, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Taco with special guests Tyler, The Creator and Juice WRLD, Jorja Smith and a very special headlining performance by Kanye West and Kid Cudi for their Kids See Ghosts album.
Check out our photos from Day 2 on the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2018 below.
Is there anyone bigger than Post Malone right now? With a number of his songs on constant rotation on your favorite radio station and with his new sophomore LP, beerbongs & bentleys, which broke a number of streaming records and was certified platinum in four days, Postie is on top of the rap game in 2018.
So of course Chicago came out in massive numbers to catch Post Malone and 21 Savage at the lake front’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, even though fans could have just as easily waited for Post to hit the stage at Bonnaroo in a couple of months.
Setting the stage for Malone was his ‘rockstar’ collaborator, 21 Savage. Savage put on a great co-headlining set that kept the entire crowd satisfied. Performing his best tracks like ‘Bank Account’, ‘No Heart’, ‘X’ and verses from some of his biggest collaborations, 21 Savage has the crowd going wild from start to finish.
And if a 21 Savage concert wasn’t enough, moments after 21 stepped off stage, it was time for Post Malone to greet the sold-out crowd in Chicago. Although the production of his performances hasn’t changed much since his tours past, the Texas native is now a household name in rap.
No more opening performances where the crowd just knows the hook to a couple songs, Post Malone is on a whole different level from his ‘White Iverson’ days. And although A.I. and Carl Malone weren’t known for throwing it down, Post Malone delivered a slam dunk for his Windy City fans tonight.
Check out our photos from tonight’s performance below, and get tickets for the remaining tour dates here.
Philadelphia’s premiere music festival, Made In America, is returning for another year of great live music and we are already excited.
Performing at the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in downtown Philly will be names like Meek Mill, Zedd, Diplo, Miguel, Janelle Monae, 6lack, Alessia Cara, Sabrina Claudio, Lil B and more, including huge headlining sets from Nicki Minaj and Post Malone.