It was announced that Post Malone’s annual Posty Fest will reschedule the dates. Due to “logistical issues” impacting the production of the festival, the show will go on in 2022.
This is after already postponing the festival due to the pandemic and COVID-19 restrictions. And although tickets are available for refund, fans might wanna hold on to them because the line-up is insane. And as Post Malone’s biggest festival to date, it makes sense that LiveNation would have some trouble hashing everything out in time.
For the first time, the festival is happening over two days, instead of its usual one at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. In addition to Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Jack Harlow, Lil Uzi Vert, and Roddy Ricch are the biggest names performing. Flo Milli, Polo G, $uicideboys, Peach Tree Rascals, Kenny Mason, Iann Dior and many more will also perform at the festival.
As one of the biggest Country/Rock/ Rap musicians of our time, the turnout will be big in Posty’s hometown.
Post Malone Done Postponing
Post Malone has been busy with a 2-day festival and Bud Light commercials, but we haven’t heard too much from him. He only has one single to his name this year, and for a while, it was a hit. “Motley Crew” is the artist’s only track that dropped back in early July.
The song marks his first solo release from an album in almost two years since the album Hollywood’s Bleeding. The song peaked at number 13 on Billboard’s Global 200.
“Motley Crew” itself is nothing too special, with a hard trap beat instrumental and Posty’s signature vocals he churns out a solid record.
We will see what’s next for Post Malone after this insane festival, perhaps some more insight on his upcoming fourth studio album.