Post Malone Surprises Fans With Impromptu Performance At New Zealand Bar


A Night to Remember at Danny Doolan’s Irish Pub

On Sunday evening, Post Malone made a surprise appearance at Danny Doolan’s Irish pub in Auckland, New Zealand. The popular musician arrived with a small group of friends and proceeded to spend the next four hours mingling and partying with the excited crowd.

Key Takeaway

Post Malone surprised fans by joining a live band on stage at Danny Doolan’s Irish pub in Auckland, New Zealand. Performing hit songs by Sublime and The Proclaimers, he showcased his talent and entertained the crowd for an unforgettable evening.

The atmosphere grew even more electric when bar patrons started urging Post Malone to join the live band on stage. Encouraged by the cheers and applause, he accepted the invitation and belted out a rendition of “What I Got” by Sublime. The performance showcased his versatility and ability to captivate a crowd, even in a small venue.

Not content with just one song, Post Malone treated the audience to another surprise. This time, he performed “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by The Proclaimers, a choice that resonated with the crowd and added to the already unforgettable night.

Free Mini-Concert for Lucky Kiwis

Post Malone’s impromptu performance at Danny Doolan’s Irish pub coincided with his “If Y’all Weren’t Here, I’d Be Crying” world tour, with a scheduled stop in Auckland on Tuesday night. However, the fans who were present at the bar received an exclusive bonus show that exceeded all expectations.

Post Malone’s surprise appearance and impromptu performance at the New Zealand bar captured the hearts of fans in attendance. It serves as a reminder that music can bring people together in unexpected ways, creating unforgettable moments and cherished memories.