Post Malone brings the hits to Seattles ShoWare Center (with 21 Savage and SOBxRBE)

Stop whatever you’re doing right now and find tickets to see Post Malone live. Austin dropped his latest album, Beerbongs and Bentleys, moments before going on stage for the first night of his tour. The album was certified platinum less than 24 hours after its release. We got the chance to catch Post Malone’s sold out show at the ShoWare Center in Seattle.

Half of SOBxRBE popped on stage after the first opener, Paris, warmed the crowd up a bit. They have a massive following in the Bay Area, and a ton of new fans after their stellar performance. With a track on one of the most significant albums released to date, Kendrick Lamar’s curated Black Panther album, SOBxRBE is just getting started. Check out their song off the album here.

21 Savage took the stage next. At one point, he had the crowd light up the arena with their phone flashlight. It was breathtaking to see thousands of people unified during his performance. The crowd was going wild during his entire set. You can listen to 21’s music here.

The anticipation for Post Malone was high after 21 Savage got off the stage. After a while the house lights dimmed, bright yellow lights came on while an excessive amount of fog filled the stage. Post Malone came to perform. After a few songs, Post sat down and started playing the guitar. “Feeling Whitney” has never sounded so good. He’ll play all the favorites, and a bunch of songs off the freshly released album.

You’ve never truly heard “I Fall Apart” until a crowd of 6,000+ people are singing it with their hands bouncing up and down to the beat. Post Malone is incredible at connecting with every facet of the venue. His performance looks and sounds great no matter where you are. Post will bring out 21 Savage for a song, and obliterate a guitar after “Rockstar”. It’s everything you’ve ever needed to see and more.

You can listen to Post Malone’s newest album, Beerbongs and Bentleys, here. Check out his tour dates here.

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

21 Savage

21 Savage

21 Savage

SOBxRBE

SOBxRBE

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Post Malone brings the hits to Seattles ShoWare Center (with 21 Savage and SOBxRBE)

Stop whatever you’re doing right now and find tickets to see Post Malone live. Austin dropped his latest album, Beerbongs and Bentleys, moments before going on stage for the first night of his tour. The album was certified platinum less than 24 hours after its release. We got the chance to catch Post Malone’s sold out show at the ShoWare Center in Seattle.

Half of SOBxRBE popped on stage after the first opener, Paris, warmed the crowd up a bit. They have a massive following in the Bay Area, and a ton of new fans after their stellar performance. With a track on one of the most significant albums released to date, Kendrick Lamar’s curated Black Panther album, SOBxRBE is just getting started. Check out their song off the album here.

21 Savage took the stage next. At one point, he had the crowd light up the arena with their phone flashlight. It was breathtaking to see thousands of people unified during his performance. The crowd was going wild during his entire set. You can listen to 21’s music here.

The anticipation for Post Malone was high after 21 Savage got off the stage. After a while the house lights dimmed, bright yellow lights came on while an excessive amount of fog filled the stage. Post Malone came to perform. After a few songs, Post sat down and started playing the guitar. “Feeling Whitney” has never sounded so good. He’ll play all the favorites, and a bunch of songs off the freshly released album.

You’ve never truly heard “I Fall Apart” until a crowd of 6,000+ people are singing it with their hands bouncing up and down to the beat. Post Malone is incredible at connecting with every facet of the venue. His performance looks and sounds great no matter where you are. Post will bring out 21 Savage for a song, and obliterate a guitar after “Rockstar”. It’s everything you’ve ever needed to see and more.

You can listen to Post Malone’s newest album, Beerbongs and Bentleys, here. Check out his tour dates here.

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

Post Malone

21 Savage

21 Savage

21 Savage

SOBxRBE

SOBxRBE

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