It seems like Post Malone, the Dallas-raised rapper who's been endorsed by Kanye West and Jay-Z, is everywhere these days, from Coachella to the top of the Billboard charts. But soon he'll be back in his hometown.
Post Malone announced a tour this week in support of his latest album, Stoney, which came out last December. The tour kicks off in Chicago in September before a stop at the Bomb Factory in Dallas on Oct. 24. He'll also hit Stubb's in Austin and House of Blues in Houston before closing out the tour in Atlanta.
Tickets cost $35-$40 and go on sale Friday, Aug. 4 at noon. Pre-sale tickets will be available beginning Thursday, Aug. 3 at noon.
Post Malone's popularity has done nothing but skyrocket since he broke onto the scene with his 2015 single "White Iverson." In 2016 alone, he performed alongside trap artist Fetty Wap, made his late-night television debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, opened for Justin Bieber on an arena tour and released his debut album. Stoney went to No. 6 on the Billboard 200 the week of its release and was streamed 51.7 million times.
This year hasn't been a let down either. At Coachella in April, Post Malone made headlines for ordering 10,000 Popeyes biscuits for a party. A remix of his song "Congratulations" was one of the hottest songs of the summer.
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