Tickets to Post Malone’s huge 2019 UK and European tour on sale now

Coming to an arena near you...

Post Malone has announced details of his first UK and European arena tour, which kicks off early next year. Tickets are available here.

The ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys‘ star will begin the jaunt at Dublin’s 3Arena on Thursday February 14. Dates in Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester will then follow, before a string of European dates that conclude with a final show at London’s o2 Arena in March.

Check out the dates in full below. You can buy tickets here from Friday, October 12.


February 14 — 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
February 16 — Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, UK
February 17 — SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
February 19 — Manchester Arena, UK
February 22 — AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France
February 25 — Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands
February 27 — Barclaycard Arena, Hamburg, Germany
March 1 — Ericsson Globe, Stockholm, Sweden
March 2 — Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark
March 4 — Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin, Germany
March 5 — Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
March 7 — Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
March 9 — Konig-Pilsener-Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
March 11 — Sportpaleis, Antwerp, Belgium
March 13 — O2 Arena, London, UK

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Meanwhile, it’s been revealed that Post Malone will make his acting debut alongside Mark Wahlberg in a new Netflix series.

According to Variety, Malone has joined the cast of Wonderland – an adaptation of Ace Atkins’ novel Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland. He will join the likes of Wahlberg, Black Panther‘s Winston Duke, comedian Iliza Shlesinger, Argo‘s Alan Arkin, and more in the movie.

It has yet to be revealed what role the musician will play in the film, which follows a detective called Spenser (Wahlberg) as he tries to uncover “the truth about a sensational murder and the twisted conspiracy behind it.” There is no release date at present.

The rapper released his second album ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys‘ earlier this year. In a two-star review, NME said: “More of a stultifying moodboard than an album with something to say, [it] is a faded swirl of lean, flexing, custom whips, misogyny and occasionally – mercifully – heartbreak.”