Post Malone’s If Y’all Weren’t Here, I’d Be Crying Asian tour dates released
The Live Nation tour stops in Bangkok, Manila, Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong & Tokyo
At first, Post Malone seemed like a one-hit wonder when he stepped on the scene with ‘White Iverson’ while sporting cornrows in the video. Then, he hit the top of the charts with the graduate anthem ‘Congratulations’ with Quavo in 2018. From there, Posty has been making a lot of songs that sound a lot alike, but he brings a much-needed Emo-like feel to his Hip Hop.
In September, Post Malone will be taking his Live Nation If Y’all Weren’t Here, I’d Be Crying tour to Asia with stops in Bangkok, Manila, Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Tokyo from September 14 to September 27. Fans can expect an intimate show on a big stage as he performs all his biggest hits like ‘Rock Star,’ ‘I Fall Apart,’ Psycho,’ ‘Better Now,’ ‘Sunflower,’ and more.
At a previous slot at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan in 2018, Post had a commanding presence on the stage as a solo act. He went back and forth between his biggest Hip Hop numbers and songs that he played on the guitar. At one point, a fan threw a shoe on the stage. For some performers, this would be the end of the show. But Post, in his jovial way, grabbed the show, filled it with a beer, downed it, whipped the shoe into the crowd, and kept going. It was a highlight of Fuji Rock and shows just what kind of showman Post Malone really is.