On his ‘Twelve Carat Tour,’ Post Malone will perform in Milwaukee for the first time, with special guest Roddy Ricch.
Post Malone, the rap superstar, is returning to Columbia.
The Grammy winner’s “Twelve Carat Tour” will stop at Colonial Life Arena on Oct. 15, according to promoters on Twitter.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, but Ticketmaster will have an internet presale on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Any remaining tickets can be purchased online or at the Colonial Life Arena box office on June 20.
There was no information on ticket prices available. The concert in Columbia is presently the sole scheduled tour stop in the Carolinas, with Atlanta and Nashville being the next closest venues.
Roddy Ricch, who appears on a song on Post Malone’s new album, will appear as a special guest at the Columbia performance, according to organisers.
In February 2020, Post Malone appeared at Colonial Life Arena to promote his album “Hollywood’s Bleeding,” which spent many weeks at the top of the Billboard Top 200. His show was one of the last significant live performances in Columbia before the COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc.
Post Malone just released his fourth full-length album, “Twelve Carat Toothache,” which features the singles “Cooped Up” (featuring Roddy Ricch) and “One Right Now” (featuring The Weeknd), as well as guest appearances from Doja Cat, Fleet Foxes, Gunna, and The Kid LAROI.
According to the press release, the hip hop star’s last album “beerbongs & Bentleys” went triple platinum, and he broke a 54-year-old record by having nine singles in the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 20. “Congratulations,” “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse),” “I Fall Apart,” “Psycho,” “White Iverson,” and “Better Now” are just a few of his hits.