Post Malone to Host ‘One Night Only’ Concert in Nashville

Post Malone will deliver the first taste of his newly-announced album, “F-1 Trillion,” during a one-night-only show in Nashville set for July 16.

The “A Night in Nashville” concert is in partnership with Bud Light and is strictly for fans over the age of 21 to celebrate “one of most highly anticipated album releases of the year featuring music from his forthcoming album as well as the classics,” per a press release.

“Bud Light has rocked with me for a while now, and I really can’t thank them enough for all the love and support they’ve shown through the years,” said Post Malone. “July 16th is going to be a kick ass night and I can’t wait to share what I’ve been working on with everybody.”

Starting today, fans can direct message Bud Light’s Instagram or Facebook for information on how to enter for a chance to secure tickets through Bud Light’s Easy Wishes platform.

“Post Malone is the hottest artist in the world and a loyal Bud Light partner and true fan of the brand. Bud Light has been so lucky to have a front row seat to his remarkable career over the years and we couldn’t be more excited to embark on this new era with him,” said Todd Allen, senior vice president of marketing for Bud Light. “Bud Light is bringing the best of country music to fans all summer long and ‘A Night in Nashville’ is the epitome of a true once-in-a-lifetime country experience we know fans will never forget.”

Malone announced his new album with a billboard in Nashville revealing the album’s title and car-themed logo. In the caption, he confirmed the album would arrive on Aug. 16.

Malone has been coasting atop the Billboard Hot 100 for weeks alongside Morgan Wallen for their duet, “I Had Some Help.” The country pop title is Malone’s second No. 1 single of the year since he also notched a No. 1 in April for Taylor Swift’s “Fortnight” (the highest-charting single from Swift’s Billboard 200-topping “The Tortured Poets Department”). He was also featured on Beyoncé’s country record, “Cowboy Carter,” for a duet called “Levii’s Jeans.”

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