Post Malone Announces 'Collection Of Country Songs' US Tour

26 June 2024 | 10:30 am | Mary Varvaris

On the 'Collection Of Country Songs' tour, Post Malone will be accompanied by a backing band called The Fools For You.

Post Malone @ Brisbane Showgrounds

Post Malone @ Brisbane Showgrounds (Credit: Sam Mead)

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Post Malone will tour this September and October following the release of his first country album, F-1 Trillion, this August.

Beginning the tour in Salt Lake City on Sunday, 8 September, the two-month tour continues across the US before the rapper-turned-country star ends the run in Nashville on Saturday, 19 October. How many special guests will join him on tour?

The Circles singer said in a statement (via Billboard), “I love y’all so very much, and I’m so excited to get out and play new music for you.”

Described as the Collection Of Country Songs tour with a backing band called The Fools For You, you know what you’re getting in for, and it certainly isn’t Post’s previous rap and pop tunes – unless he reworks them in country style?

F-1 Trillion, due for release on Friday, 16 August, includes the already released singles I Had Some Help starring Morgan Wallen and Pour Me A Drink featuring Blake Shelton, which he premiered at CMA Fest this month.

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Post also appeared at Stagecoach festival earlier this year and brought out a list of special guests, including Morgan Wallen, Dwight Yoakam and Brad Paisley.

In other Post Malone going country news, he recently had his debut appearance at Nashville’s Bluebird Café alongside Lainey Wilson, ERNEST and songwriter Ashley Gorley.

Late last year, Post Malone confirmed that he was preparing to release a country album… and he’d been in the studio with Brad Paisley.

“Country record is coming,” he said in a Twitch livestream as fans asked him if he’d dip into country music. “I keep singing a song that we made while I was in Nashville, and it's so fucking sick, but it's not out.”

After he said that he’s been in the studio working on two different albums – whether they’re both country-related is unsure – he continued, “We made such sick music down in Nashville. It was so much fun.”

After six weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, I Had Some Help is #2 behind popstar Sabrina Carpenter.