Post Malone Brings 2019 European Tour to an End in London

Yesterday, March 13, Post Malone wrapped the European leg of his world tour at London's O2 Arena and incorporated his signature hip hop with an unparalleled rock star style. To a crowd of 20,000, Post cooly swirled around the stage as his curly locks swung around his tattooed face, a cup of beer in one hand and a mic in the other.
"My name is Austin Richard Post," he explained to the thundering crowd, "and I'm here to play the musical stylings of Post Malone."
The hit-maker shifted between playing chords on his guitar to performing his genre bending raps, kicking off with "Broken Whiskey Glass" and finishing with the show stopping "Congratulations." The full show consisted of 20 different tracks from Post's two studio albums, including the grabbing "Psycho," melodic “Candy Paint” and the heavy “Rockstar” which finished with Malone swinging his guitar in a high arc above his head and shattering it on the stage into a dozen pieces.
While Post's discography is still growing, his presence in the rap scene has been seemingly solidified with his consistent hits and larger than life stage persona. It's no surprise the night was filled with screams echoing, "Posty, we love you!"
Toward the end of the night, Post took to one of the songs that propelled him to superstardom. “This next song is probably my only good song,” he told the crowd, before introducing his breakout hit “White Iverson”, which became an internet sensation in 2015. While we know that's not true, we're pretty grateful for one of the first introductions to this budding superstar.
After that he went into his hit track (feat Swae Lee) from the Spiderverse Soundtrack - the addictive "Sunflower."
Check out the full setlist from the final show at London's O2 Arena below:
Post Malone's Setlist
The Australian leg of the tour kicks off April 26 in Perth and wraps up May 7 in Sydney. You can grab your tickets here.
Check out all of Post Malone’s Australian tour dates listed below:
Australian tour dates
04/26/2019 – Perth @ Rac Arena 04/28/2019 – Adelaide @ AEC Arena 04/30/2019 – Melbourne @ Rod Laver Arena 05/04/2019 – Brisbane @ Entertainment Centre 05/07/2019 – Sydney @ Qudos Bank Arena
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Last updated: 20 Mar 2019, 05:16 Etc/UTC