Post Malone Skips Malaysia For His 2023 World Tour. You Can Catch Him In Singapore

The rapper has also announced concert dates in Asia for Bangkok, Manila, Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.

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Post Malone is coming to Asia, and unfortunately, Malaysia is not on his tour list

In an Instagram post, the American rapper announced he will be making his way through Asia for his 'If Y'all Weren't Here, I'd Be Crying' tour in September.

"2023 world tour :) Love you guys so very much and can't wait to see every single one of you!" he wrote.

The Grammy-nominated artiste, whose real name is Austin Post, will be performing in Singapore, Bangkok, Manila, Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.

The rapper has also announced dates for several cities in Australia, namely Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne, Ballarat, and Perth, in November.

If you're a fan, you can catch Post Malone making his debut performance in Singapore on 16 September

The rapper, known for hits such as Congratulations, Circles, and Rockstar, will be headlining the Singapore F1 Grand Prix weekend.

Post Malone will be performing at the Zone 4 Padang Stage of the Marina Bay Street Circuit after the F1 qualifying sessions on Saturday afternoon.

Other international artistes who will be performing at the Grand Prix include 88rising stars Jackson Wang, Rich Brian, NIKI, and Warren Hue on Friday, 15 September, and Robbie Williams on Sunday, 17 September, with more acts yet to be announced.

Fans who want to watch Post Malone in Singapore will have to get tickets via the Singapore Grand Prix. Tickets are already on sale.

If you'd only like to catch Post Malone in concert, you can buy the Zone 4 Walkabout tickets for 16 September at SGD198 (RM683).

If you would like to watch the race too, the Padang Grandstand tickets, which gives you access to the Zone 4 concert grounds too, are going at SGD298 (RM1,028) per day.

Image via Singapore GP

Check out the official Singapore Grand Prix website here.

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