Watch: Foo Fighters Frontman Dave Grohl Attended A Post Malone Concert And Partied With The Audience

Dave Grohl: José Norberto Flesch Twitter / Post Malone: Post Malone Facebook
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Rapper Post Malone has a way with metalheads and rockers; perhaps it is his friendly personality, or how much Malone is really into metal and rock, but the rapper has a charm that draws in heavy artists. We have seen Post chill out with the likes of Gatecreeper‘s Chase Mason, and more recently, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl attended a Post Malone show.

Well, technically speaking, Grohl was part of this show. As reported by Ultimate Guitar, this concert featured the rapper performing alongside various musical artists; among these artists were My Chemical Romance, industrial-metal act Youth Code, Orville Peck, and many more.

Prior to the Foo Fighters frontman taking the stage though, Dave hung out with the audience and partied with them! Per video footage uploaded to social media, you will find Dave among the audience dancing and having a great time! You can find that footage below.

What are your thoughts when it comes to Post Malone? Are you a fan of his music? Recently, the rapper gave a shout-out to the late Riley Gale (of Power Trip) at one of his arena performances. You can find footage of this shout-out by following the link below.

Post Malone Honors Power Trip at Sold Out Arena Show

Back in the day, we wrote a feature speaking to why we think Post is good for metal. You can check out the full feature by following the link below, but here is an excerpt for you to read in advance.

He puts death metal bands next to pop stars on his fest line-up

“It’s a shame that Post Malone’s Posty Fest got rescheduled this year. But even before that happened, finding rising death metal stars Gatecreeper and punk upstarts Turnstile’s names next to Megan Thee Stallion on a festival poster was pretty fucking rad. It’s cool to see that though he’s obviously aware of some bands being more famous than others, Post still thinks all of those acts deserve to have their names on the same bill. Onstage duet? We can only hope — imagine Chase Mason bellowing, ‘I’M A SAVAGE!'”

10 Reasons Why, Love Him or Hate Him, Post Malone Is Good for Metal


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