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Post Malone 2019 Tour Hits the Road

With his genre-blending music and chart topping hits, Post Malone is one of the most recognizable artists in the music industry today. Following the release of his third album Hollywood’s Bleeding, the iconic artist is currently selling out arenas across the country on the Runaway Tour.

The Runaway Tour is Post Malone’s third concert tour. His previous tours were after the releases of his first two albums, Stoney and Beerbongs & Bentleys. Hollywood’s Bleeding has already spawned several hits like “Wow.” and “Goodbyes” featuring Young Thug. With the ability to appeal to fans across several genres of music, Post Malone is sure to be near the top of the charts for the rest of the year.

Post Malone tickets are in high demand, but we’ve got you covered. The tour started in September and concludes on November 21st following shows at Oakland Arena, Honda Center, and The Forum in Los Angeles. 

With hits like “White Iverson”, “Congratulations”, and “Rockstar”, be ready for a night to remember partying with Post Malone. Expect to hear a mix of songs from each of his albums as he continues to shine as one of the brightest stars in hip-hop.

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Runaway Tour Schedule

  • 4
    Feb
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    CHI Health Center Omaha - Omaha, NE
    Tuesday,
  • 5
    Feb
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    Sprint Center - Kansas City, MO
    Wednesday,
  • 7
    Feb
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    Enterprise Center - St. Louis, MO
    Friday,
  • 9
    Feb
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    Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, IN
    Sunday,
  • 11
    Feb
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    Allstate Arena - Rosemont, IL
    Tuesday,
  • 12
    Feb
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    Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, MI
    Wednesday,
  • 14
    Feb
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    Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON
    Friday,
  • 16
    Feb
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    Bell Centre - Montreal, QC
    Sunday,

What to Expect

Post Malone Runaway Tour Setlist

Setlist from October 1st at United Center in Chicago:

    1) Hollywood's Bleeding

    2) Better Now

    3) Saint-Tropez

    4) Goodbyes

    5) Die for Me

    6) Allergic

    7) Candy Paint

    8) Psycho

    9) Enemies

    10) Wow.

    11) Paranoid

    12) I Fall Apart

    13) Over Now

    14) Take What You Want

    15) Stay (Acoustic)

    16) Go Flex

    17) White Iverson

    18) Sunflower (with Swae Lee)

    19) rockstar

    20) Congratulations

    Many tour stops have had similar setlists, with several tracks from Hollywood's Bleeding before closing with "Congratulations". Expect some variation from Post Malone but most of the same songs.

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      Review of Post Malone at United Center 10.1.19

      2019 has been a big year for Post Malone. He’s played shows across Europe and Australia, released his album Hollywood’s Bleeding, and now is in the middle of the Runaway Tour across North America. Post Malone’s 2019 tour began in September and is going on until mid-November.

      Post Malone tickets are some of the hottest tickets on the market right now, and we saw Post Malone live in Chicago at United Center on October 1, 2019. As Post sells out stadiums across the country, it can be hard to find tickets, but we were able to buy tickets just hours before the show.

      The openers for most stops on his tour have been Tyla Yaweh and Swae Lee. Tyla Yaweh has appeared in multiple shows with Post Malone throughout 2019, and had high energy throughout his Chicago performance. Swae Lee performed next, and had the crowd singing along to Rae Sremmurd hits like “Black Beatles”. Swae Lee often ran deep into the floor sections to perform his songs and interact with the fans.

      Post Malone’s live show was obviously the main attraction, and he took the stage between 9:30 and 10:00 PM. After opening with the title track from his new album, he went right into his hit “Better Now”. Hollywood’s Bleeding is his third album, and in the last few years, few artists have had as many hits as Post Malone. It’s hard to fit so much music into one short set list, but Post Malone plays most of his popular tracks from “White Iverson” to the newly released “Goodbyes” with Young Thug.

      The Runaway Tour might as well by called the Hollywood’s Bleeding Tour, as it started directly after the album was released and is the focus of this tour. Hollywood’s Bleeding showcases Post Malone’s versatility and growth as an artist, and the Runaway Tour further proves that he’s an artist that here to stay.

      Although Post Malone has always been an artist that can’t be narrowed down to one genre, the new album and tour take that to a new level. Watching him perform “Allergic”, a rock song on his new album, was definitely a highlight. He also grabs his guitar and performs an acoustic version of “Stay” on most tour dates.

      Seeing Post Malone live really gives you an appreciation for the talent that he has. Watching his pure singing talent during “I Fall Apart” is something Post Malone fans simply need to see live. Experiencing an entire sold out stadium sing along to hits like “Psycho”, “Rockstar”, and “Sunflower” is well worth the price of a ticket.

      Post Malone is one of the most iconic music figures to emerge in recent years, and it will be interesting to see where his career takes him in the future. The Runaway Tour captures him at the best he’s been yet, and Post Malone’s live performance should not be missed by any of his fans.

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      Runaway Tour Openers

      The opening acts on most of Post Malone’s Runaway Tour stops are Tyla Yaweh and Swae Lee.

      Tyla Yaweh, an up and coming artist originally from Orlando, Florida, moved to Los Angeles to pursue a music career. He was soon noticed by Post Malone, who now brings him on most of his tour stops around the world. His debut album Heart Full of Rage was released in early 2019, and spawned popular tracks like “High Right Now” and “Salute” with French Montana.

      Swae Lee provides direct support for Post Malone, and often runs throughout the floor level during his performance. He’s part of rap group Rae Sremmurd, so be ready to sing along to their biggest tracks like “No Flex Zone” and “Swang”. His set consists of several of his solo tracks, as well as covers of some of his favorite tracks by other artists. Expect Swae Lee to make another appearance later in the show when Post Malone performs their collaboration “Sunflower”.

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      Runaway Tour FAQs

      Where does Post Malone perform on stage?

      Post Malone spends most of his time towards the front of his stage setup. Spots in higher rows of the GA Pit sections may be preferable.

      Where is best place to sit for interaction?

      If you’re sitting up close, you might get lucky and catch some of Post Malone’s gear that he throws into the crowd. Also, opener Swae Lee freely moves throughout the floor sections during his performance.

      Is there an encore?

      No, most Post Malone tour performances have not included an encore. Post Malone usually closes with Congratulations before the show concludes.

      What songs does Post Malone play on the Runaway Tour?

      Post Malone is playing songs from each of his albums. Expect to hear the hits from Stoney, as well as plenty of tracks from his follow up album, Beerbongs & Bentleys. Most of the songs performed come from his latest album, Hollywood’s Bleeding.

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