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Post Malone Announces Meek Mill, Pharrell Williams For Posty Fest 2019

This year’s production is set to take over Arlington, Texas’ AT&T Stadium on 2 November.

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Meek Mill Post Malone Posty Fest 2019 Line-up

Post Malone announced the line-up for his second-annual Posty Fest on Sunday, 8 September and it looks like Meek Mill, Pharrell Williams, Jaden Smith and more will be joining the ‘Better Now’ rapper/singer at the event this fall.

Swae Lee is set to support Post on his Runaway Tour, and will regroup with Rae Sremmurd at the festival, along with Doja Cat, Yella Beezy, Dominic Fike, Tyla Yaweh (who will also join Post Malone on the road as a supporting act), Saint Jhn, Iann Dior, Beach Fossils, Snowy, Maj, Kerwin Frost and more.

The first Posty Fest took place in Dallas in 2018, but this year’s production is set to take over Arlington, Texas’ AT&T Stadium on 2 November. In addition to the music, the poster boasts that “jousting” will be an activity available to attendees (a clear throw to the creepy, Camelot-esque aesthetic of his ‘Circles’ video). Perhaps that’s why Jimmy Fallon headed to Medieval Times on a special episode of The Tonight Show which aired after Sunday Night Football, hours after the line-up drop.

Posty Fest tickets go on sale on 10 September for those interested in the Citicard pre-sale, and 14 September for the general public. See the event’s official website for more details.

Post Malone’s Runaway Tour kicks off in Tacoma, Washington on 14 September and wraps on 21 November at the Forum in Los Angeles.

As uDiscover Music previously reported, Malone released his third studio album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, last Friday, 6 September. The record notably features Ozzy Osbourne alongside Travis Scott on the song ‘Take What You Want’, a collaboration that the Prince of Darkness apparently called “one of his favourite songs he’s done” since Black Sabbath. ‘Sunflower’, Malone’s chart-smashing collaboration with Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, also appears on the album, along with Malone’s recent smashes, ‘Wow’ and ‘Goodbyes’, featuring Young Thug.

Listen to the Best of Post Malone on Apple Music and Spotify.

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