Post Malone brings out Justin Bieber, Swae Lee and more at tour finale in LA

Post Malone has had an amazing year. With the release of his latest studio album beerbongs & bentleys, dominating every chart after its release, the rapper/singer/rocker just finished up an impressive North American tour, which he capped off with two sold out nights at Los Angeles' prestige Hollywood Bowl.

Kicking off the show was SAINt JHN, who performed a medley of his hits from his latest release Collection One, including the crowd pleaser, "I Heard You Got Too Litt Last Night." While the sun went down and the venue filled up, the crowd patiently waited for 21 Savage, who has accompanied Post as a co-headliner for the tour. 21 came out dressed in his normal uniform—a polo shirt—and performed all of his hits—and would later return to the stage to accompany Malone for their hit "rockstar."

Finally it was time for Post to take the stage—and while the majority of the crowd were under the legal drinking age, the crowd screamed as Post asked everyone who was drinking, a lot of the time with a Bud Light in his hand (Post Malone's drink of choice). 

Most of his set included songs from beerbongs & bentleys, but scattered in hit hits from over the years, including the one that put him on the map, "White Iverson." Throughout his performance he brought out a slew of musical guests, including G Eazy, 21 Savage and Swae Lee from Rae Sremmurd, but there was one guest that had the crowd screaming.

Justin Bieber, who is Post Malone's acclaimed BFF took the stage. Unrecognizable at first—wearing a Hawaiian shirt, a sweatband holding back his now-long hair, Bieber came out to perform the hit "Deja Vu," that the two worked on years ago together. Bieber spent a lot of the time crouched down in the front of the stage touching fans hands, then returned to the side stage where he watched the remainder of his performance.

Post Malone's tour may be over, but this is not the end for Malone. The young star is on his rise up and headlining a handful of music festivals this summer. We can expect to see a lot more from him soon.

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