Post Malone will formally be a part of the Super Bowl LIII festivities in Atlanta this February. The 23-year-old hitmaker joins the lineup for the first-ever (and star-studded) Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest as particular visitor for the second night time of the three-night pageant alongside rock legends Aerosmith, Streets Talkin broadcasts solely at present (Dec. 6).
Bud Light recruited Post as one in all their key influencers in 2018, and the "Better Now" rapper carried out an intimate present in Nashville as a part of the model's Dive Bar Tour in April. Post can be no stranger to Aerosmith, as he and the enduring group closed out the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards with a rousing medley of "Rockstar" and "Dream On."
"Super joyful to be taking part in the Super Bowl Music Festival with Aerosmith & spending time with my Bud Light fam," Post Malone stated in a press release. "Let’s get bizarre and switch up boiiiii.”
Before Post Malone and Aerosmith take the State Farm Arena stage on Feb. 1, the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest will kick off on Jan. 31 with performances from Migos and Atlanta's personal Ludacris (in partnership with EA Sports). Bruno Mars and Cardi B will carry out on the fest's closing night time on Feb. 2. For ticket and occasion data, go to superbowlmusicfest.com.