Post Malone to play 2 nights at London’s O2 Arena as part of Twelve Carat Tour

Post Malone has announced two dates at London’s O2 Arena as part of the European leg of his Twelve Carat Tour.

The ‘Go Flex’ star will kick off a 13-date tour at Oslo’s Telenor Arena on April 22nd before heading to Stockholm, Copenhagen, Antwerp, Zurich, Cologne, London, Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester. It will take place on May 19th at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.

Tickets will be pre-sold on-site on Wednesday (01.03.23) at 12pm local time. General sale will begin on Friday (03.03.23) at 12pm local time on

Rae Sremmurd supports the Grammy-nominated star on all but one show.

The “Circles” hitmaker sustained his North American legs last year despite battling breathing problems and injuries.

The 27-year-old rapper, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, had to postpone his September 24, 2022 show at Boston’s TD Garden. A few days later, Cleveland, Ohio.

Ahead of the performance, he tweeted: “Cleveland, I’m singing the F*** from some songs tonight. Watch tonight (sic).”

The star took to Instagram earlier that week to reveal that she was having trouble breathing.

He wrote on Instagram: Everyone loves Boston. I usually wake up around 4pm when I’m on tour, but today I was awakened by a crackling sound in my right side. ”

The “Sunflower” hitmaker added that he “felt really good” the night before, but admitted that something had changed overnight, and fans said the tickets were still valid for the rescheduled dates. reassured

He added: “Last night I felt great, but today I feel so different.

A few days ago, Post had injured his ribs at a concert in St. Louis after tripping and falling during a performance of “Circles” and crashing into a hole in the stage.

In a video message he said:

Recalling how he fell, he remarks: **. It wound me up pretty well, it got me pretty good.

The ’12 Carat Tour’ Europe dates are 2023.

Saturday 22 April 2023, Telenor Arena, Oslo, Norway

Tuesday 25 April 2023, Avicii Arena, Stockholm, Sweden*

Royal Arena, Copenhagen, Denmark, Wednesday 26 April 2023*

Friday 28 April 2023, Antwerp, Belgium, Sportpaleis*

Sunday, April 30, 2023, Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland*

Monday, May 1, 2023, LANXESS Arena, Cologne, Germany*

Thursday 4 May 2023, The O2*, London, United Kingdom

Saturday 6 May 2023, The O2*, London, United Kingdom

3Arena, Dublin, Ireland, Tuesday 9 May 2023*

Saturday 13 May 2023, Glasgow, UK, OVO Hydro*

Sunday 14 May 2023, Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, UK*

AO Arena, Manchester, England, Tuesday 16 May 2023*

Friday 19 May 2023, Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Netherlands*

*Supported by Rae Sremmurd

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