Post Malone Announces Posty Fest 2021 With Additional Second Day

Returning to Arlington, Texas.

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Post Malone has officially announced the return of the third annual Posty Fest, whch is set to take place on October 30 to 31.

The acclaimed festival is making its first appearance since 2019 and will be hosted exclusively outside of the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. In order to meet the demand for a unique event that fuses music, art, food, culture and beer, Posty has added a second day to elongate the celebration.

A full lineup is yet to be announced, but just like its previous iterations, the festival will see Malone as a headliner. Other big acts that have graced the Posty Fest stage include Travis Scott, Tyler, The Creator, Pharrell, Meek Mill, Doja Cat, Jaden and more.

Pre-sale tickets are available on July 29 at 10 a.m. local time, while general on-sale tickets are available starting July 30 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets can be purchased on Seat Geek.

Stay tuned for the official lineup.

Elsewhere in music, Lil Nas X touched on working with Kanye West for “INDUSTRY BABY” and his upcoming album.

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