Post Malone extends Twelve Carat Tour into Europe

UK and Ireland tour dates announced

Post Malone has announced the long-awaited European leg of his Twelve Carat Tour with special guest Rae Sremmurd. Produced by Live Nation, the 13-date run kicks off on April 22nd at Oslo’s Telenor Arena, making stops in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Antwerp, Zurich, Cologne, London, Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester before wrapping up in Amsterdam at the Ziggo Dome on May 19th. Post will bring his elaborate production setup of incredible lighting effects, pyro and multi-platform stages seen on his North American run to cities across Europe.

Tickets will be available starting with local presales from Wednesday, March 1st March at noon local time. The general on sale will start Friday, March 3rd at noon local time via Ticketmaster.

Last year saw Malone embark on a 38-city trek across the US and Canada, as an exhilarating celebration of Post Malone’s recently released, critically-acclaimed, fourth full-length album, Twelve Carat Toothache. With support from Roddy Ricch on select dates, each night’s packed setlist featured hits like “Reputation,” “I Like You (A Happier Song),” and “Cooped Up” from the new album as well as fan-favorites like “Rockstar,” “Congratulations,” and “Better Now.” Each song featured a delicate precision of visual and auditory senses being triggered simultaneously through each unique production element.

Post Malone Twelve Carat Tour European Dates:

Apr 22 – Norway, Oslo @ Telenor Arena
Apr 25 – Sweden, Stockholm @ Avicii Arena
Apr 26 – Denmark, Copenhagen @ Royal Arena
Apr 28 – Belgium, Antwerp @ Sportpaleis
Apr 30 – Switzerland, Zurich @ Hallenstadion
May 1 – Germany, Cologne @ Lanxess Arena
May 4 – UK, London @ The O2
May 6 – UK, London @ The O2
May 9 – Ireland, Dublin @ 3Arena
May 13 – UK, Glasgow @ OVO Hydro
May 14 – UK, Birmingham @ Resorts World Arena
May 16 – UK, Manchester @ AO Arena
May 19 – Netherlands, Amsterdam @ Ziggo Dome

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