Post Malone Announces ‘Twelve Carat Tour’ Euro Leg

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INDIO, CALIFORNIA – APRIL 16: Post Malone performs at the Sahara Tent at 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival weekend 1 – day 2 on April 16, 2022 in Indio, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Coachella)

Post Malone announced the European dates of his “Twelve Carat Tour,” which kicks off April 22 in Norway, and closes May 15 in the Netherlands.

Stops include Stockholm, Copenhagen, Antwerp, Zurich, Cologne, London, Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, and Manchester. All dates of the “Twelve Carat Tour” European leg, produced by Live Nation, can be found below.

Rae Sremmurd will support Post Malone in Europe, replacing Roddy Ricch, who was special guest on the 38-date North American leg, which ran September through November 2022.

Some highlights from Pollstar’s Boxoffice include a sold-out Nov. 5 show at Climate Pledge Arena Seattle, where Post Malone sold 14,159 tickets, grossing $2,043,329; a sold out American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX, Oct. 21, with 12,826 tickets sold for a $2,027,802 gross; and two sold-out nights at Madison Square Garden New York, Oct. 12-13, selling 24,880 tickets, and grossing $3,286,899.

Post Malone spent the beginning of this year supporting Red Hot Chili Peppers on their stadium run in Australia and New Zealand. The reports for those shows are in, and include 47,866 tickets sold at Suncorp Stadium Brisbane, Jan. 29, grossing $6,970,055, as well as 104,535 tickets sold across two nights at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium, Feb. 7-9, grossing $12,785,784.

Now, the multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated artists is gearing up for Europe, after performing a festival run on the continent last summer.

Post Malone “Twelve Carat Tour” European Dates:

April 22 – Norway, Oslo – Telenor Arena
April 25 – Sweden, Stockholm – Avicii Arena
April 26 – Denmark, Copenhagen – Royal Arena
April 28 – Belgium, Antwerp – Sportpaleis
April 30 – Switzerland, Zurich – Hallenstadion

May 1 – Germany, Cologne – Lanxess Arena
May 4 – UK, London – The O2
May 6 – UK, London – The O2
May 9 – Ireland, Dublin – 3Arena
May 13 – UK, Glasgow – OVO Hydro
May 14 – UK, Birmingham – Resorts World Arena
May 16 – UK, Manchester – AO Arena
May 19 – Netherlands, Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome

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