The dates for Post Malone’s “Collection of Country Songs” tour, which is part of the F-1 Trillion tour, are listed below

The dates for Post Malone's "Collection of Country Songs" tour, which is part of the F-1 Trillion tour, are listed below

Post Malone is planning to tour with his country music this fall. His debut album, F-1 Trillion, is due out on August 16.

The performer released a statement saying, “I love y’all so very much and I’m so excited to get out and play new music for you.”

The singer of “I Had Some Help” unveiled a schedule of tour dates that includes a gig in Salt Lake City, Utah on September 8 and 21 other stops at stadiums, festivals, and amphitheaters around the United States through October, culminating in a show at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on October 19.

The Live Nation-sponsored tour is billed as “A Collection of Country Songs” in an Instagram post. Charleston, South Carolina, Atlanta, and Boston will also be visited during the journey.

Ending the tour in Nashville feels appropriate, given Posty’s current smash collaboration with country singer-songwriter Morgan Wallen on “I Had Some Help,” which stayed atop the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks, as well as his recent pairing with Blake Shelton on “Pour Me a Drink.” Post Malone has steadily made inroads into Nashville and the country genre, most recently making his Bluebird Cafe debut and performing an acoustic set in the round with Lainey Wilson and songwriter Ashley Gorley, as well as singer-songwriter Ernest.


The tour’s tickets will go on sale to the general public on July 1 at 10 a.m. local time at, with Citi Presale beginning on June 26.

View the entire calendar of events below:


  1. Sept. 8: Salt Lake City, Utah (Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre)
  2. Sept. 12: Noblesville, Ind. (Ruoff Music Center)
  3. Sept. 14: Syracuse, N.Y. (Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview)
  4. Sept. 16: Bangor, Maine (Maine Savings Amphitheatre)
  5. Sept. 18: Boston (Fenway Park)
  6. Sept. 20: Hershey, Pa. ( Hersheypark Stadium)
  7. Sept. 21: Hartford, Conn. (The XFINITY Theatre)
  8. Sept. 23: Saratoga Springs, Ny. (Broadview Stage at SPAC)
  9. Sept. 25: Scranton, Pa. (The Pavilion at Montage Mountain)
  10. Sept. 28: New York (Global Citizen Festival)
  11. Sept. 29: Wantagh, N.Y. (Northwell at Jones Beach Theatre)
  12. Oct. 1: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (Blossom Music Center)
  13. Oct. 4: Virginia Beach, Va. (Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach)
  14. Oct. 5: Raleigh, N.C. (Coastal Credit Union Music Park)
  15. Oct. 7: Charlotte, N.C. (PNC Music Pavilion)
  16. Oct. 9: Charleston, S.C. (Credit One Stadium)
  17. Oct. 11: Atlanta (Lakewood Amphitheatre)
  18. Oct. 13: Rogers, Ark. (Walmart AMP)
  19. Oct. 15: Pelham, Ala. (Oak Mountain Amphitheatre)
  20. Oct. 17: Orange Beach, Ala. (The Wharf Amphitheater)
  21. Oct. 19: Nashville, Tenn. (Nissan Stadium)


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