No Valentine's Day plans this year? One artist is giving Torontonians a way to celebrate love and you could still secure a seat. Post Malone Toronto concert tickets for his Runaway tour are still available for February 14.
The show scheduled for 8:00 p.m. on Friday according to the Ticketmaster website will have opening act performances by both Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh.
While there are minimal original tickets being sold on the website, Ticketmaster’s resale option is giving fans another chance to hear him live.
Tickets range in price anywhere from $238 to $2,300 with seats scattered around the entire venue.
This is Malone’s third show in Toronto as part of his Runaway tour. He previously performed at the Scotiabank Arena back in 2019 on October 3 and 4.
The world tour that kicked off back in September in Tacoma has also already made a stop in Vancouver, B.C.
Malone is also scheduled to stop in Montreal, just two days later on the 16th for a show at the Bell Centre.
The tour will be wrapping up after his international leg with a final concert in Glasgow, Scotland on June 30.
You can browse seat prices for both his performances in Toronto and Montreal here.
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