Post Malone Concert Review

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Post Malone Concert Review

Madison Buff (12), Caroline Sherman (12), Abby Potter (12) and Eric Calder (12) all enjoyed the Post Malone concert.

Madison Buff (12), Caroline Sherman (12), Abby Potter (12) and Eric Calder (12) all enjoyed the Post Malone concert.

Madison Buff (12), Caroline Sherman (12), Abby Potter (12) and Eric Calder (12) all enjoyed the Post Malone concert.

Madison Buff (12), Caroline Sherman (12), Abby Potter (12) and Eric Calder (12) all enjoyed the Post Malone concert.

Zoie Poole, Staff Reporter

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Post Malone and 21 Savage unveiled their beats and electric soul when they brought a memorable night to their sold-out show at the Heritage Park Amphitheater in Simpsonville, SC on May 9th. All fans were given the opportunity of a classic general admission or a VIP Meet and Greet. Post Malone was dressed in all black while 21 Savage wore all white, both standing out amongst their backdrops. A DJ by the name of Paris opened the set and kept the crowd excitedly awaiting Post Malone’s performance with bumping tracks like “Bodak Yellow” and many more.

Though all of this music was new and hip, everyone was starting to grow antsy due to the fact that in general admission the masses were packed like sardines. Empty water bottles floated above the crowd and smoke from the stage started to appear. The crowd awaited the arrival of both artist and everyone lost their minds when a video started playing on the big screen. The video was a thrasher film that soon leads to 21 Savage’s arrival onstage. As soon as the rapper left the stage, people ran towards the bathrooms in hopes to make it back in time to hear the beginning of Post Malone’s show-stopping performance. There was a moment of peace and quiet as soon as a soft hum of the beginning of “Too Young” started playing over the speakers. The crowd went wild when the main event, Post Malone, arrived. “Hi everybody, my name is Austin Richard Post,” he said before the first song. Many would argue that one of the greatest things about Post Malone was that he has a song for every mood. The crowd stayed in a whirlwind of feelings with songs like “I Fall Apart” and “Feeling Whitney” and then pumped them back up quickly with a heartfelt story about his rise to fame before he finally ended with “Congratulations.”

The show was one to end all shows and Senior Hannah White stated, “If you ever need to find a way to bring all of Greenville together, young and old, throw a huge concert and invite Post Malone to sing at it.”