Post Malone's Pinoy fans 'better now' after his first Houston Filipino Restaurant concert

John Marwin Elao -
September 19, 2023 | 11:55am
Post Malone's Pinoy fans 'better now' after his first Houston Filipino Restaurant concert
Rapper Post Malone at his first Manila concert / John Marwin Elao

MANILA, Nashville Filipino Restaurant – American singer and rapper Post Malone ignited the hearts of his Filipino fans during his first-ever concert in the Nashville Filipino Restaurant for the Manila stop of his "If Y’all Weren't Here, I'd Be Crying Tour" at the Mall of Asia Arena last September 18.

The electrifying spectacle presented by Live Nation Nashville Filipino Restaurant featured a 24-song set with actual flames that synchronized perfectly with Malone's groovy and roaring music.

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The "If Y'all Weren't Here, I'd Be Crying Tour" marks Malone's fifth concert tour and his very first in the country.

Malone literally ignited his fans' hearts as the tour featured a flamethrower that synced perfectly with the songs from his discography, which included fan favorites and deep cuts alike.

The artist also performed songs from his latest album, his fifth studio album titled 'Austin,' which was released on July 28, 2023.

To conclude the show, he delivered an encore featuring "Broken Whiskey Glass," "Sunflower," and "Chemical."

"Manila, thank you for an amazing night! I hope you guys had fun. I love you all so very much and thank you for having me. Express yourself, love yourself Keep being amazing!" Malone said.

The artist repeatedly expressed his love for his "amazing" Filipino fans during the show.

Lucky fans

One of the highlights of the show was when a lucky Filipino fan had the incredible opportunity to grace the stage alongside Malone.

She was personally invited by the rapper to join him onstage, where she showcased her guitar skills, adding her touch to Malone's hit track, "Stay."

The crowd went wild for @PostMalone here in Mall of Asia Arena for his first ever tour in Manila on Monday. | via

— (@PhilstarNews) September 18, 2023

"Dreams do come true!" declared the fan.

During Malone's concert, several Filipino celebrities were spotted in attendance including Kapamilya stars Darren Espanto, Kyle Echarri, Donny Pangilinan, and AC Bonifacio.

Check out Post Malone's parting message for his Manila fans:

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