Post Malone Thrills Unsuspecting Fans with Surprise Times Square Concert
Fans of Post Malone in Times Square experienced an unforgettable moment on Tuesday afternoon when the artist made a spontaneous appearance for a surprise concert.
Taking the stage at the newly unveiled TSX Stage, Post Malone became the first artist to perform at this iconic location. As a countdown on a nearby building reached its climax, the “Cooped Up” singer emerged, strumming his guitar, and was met with a thrilled crowd below.
Sponsored by Raising Cane’s and Harley Davidson, the historic set began with an electrifying performance of his latest single “Overdrive.” Surrounded by a glass enclosure and immense screens, Posty delivered an energetic rendition that left the audience in awe.
“I’m the pioneer in this, and I was honestly quite nervous because I know everyone’s got a hectic day and packed schedule,” admitted Malone as reported by Billboard. “With my new album dropping later this month, I’m thrilled to share something from the record that hasn’t been heard yet. Fingers crossed I don’t mess it up.”
The Syracuse-born artist not only showcased fresh tunes like “Chemical,” which is slated to feature in his upcoming album, Austin, but also wowed the audience with favorites like “Sunflower” and “Congratulations” during the unexpected concert.
In recent months, Post Malone has been closely collaborating with Raising Cane’s. He personally designed their new branch in Midvale, Utah, and received overwhelming fan support during its grand opening in April. To commemorate the occasion, Malone also introduced a line of 32 oz. cups inspired by his tattoos and memorable stage moments, and the all-pink cup is now officially available.
Here are some Tweets of the show!
Written by: Zain Taylor