Post Malone at Manchester AO Arena: Full information including door times, last minute tickets & set list

Post Malone has two shows at the Manchester AO Arena this month

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Music star Post Malone is bringing his UK tour to Manchester this weekend. The singer will be playing at Manchester’s AO Arena on May 16 and 17. 

Ahead of the gig, we’ve rounded up the most important best information you need to know. Included is how you can still get tickets and which songs will be played.  

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What time does Post Malone at AO Arena start and who is the supporting act?

According to information provided by the AO Arena, doors on both nights of Post Malone in Manchester will open at 6pm. The music gets underway at 7.30pm and, as there is no support act, this is when the man himself could start performing.  

How to get last minute tickets for at Post Malone AO Arena

Although the gig is taking place very soon, there are still tickets available through Ticketmaster for both nights. To pick out your tickets, visit Ticketmaster. 

Post Malone predicted setlist

Knowing exactly what songs Post Malone will play at the AO Arena is tricky. However, some accurate predictions can be made. 

One such website which is good for this is setlist.fm. Below is his setlist from his gig at the 3Arena in Dublin earlier this month.

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  • Reputation

  • Wow.

  • I Like You (A Happier Song)

  • Wrapped Around Your Finger

  • Better Now

  • Psycho

  • Candy Paint

  • I Fall Apart

  • Euthanasia

  • Stay(Brought Fan Up On Stage.)

  • Lemon Tree

  • Circles

  • Love/Hate Letter to Alcohol

  • When I’m Alone

  • Over Now

  • rockstar

  • Goodbyes

  • Cooped Up

  • Sunflower(With Swae Lee)

  • Chemical

  • Congratulations

  • White Iverson

AO Arena parking

If you are planning on getting to AO Arena by car, CitiPark provides an on-site car park with 958 spaces. During the event, the car park is manned by the events team ensuring parking goes smoothly throughout the night.

If you don’t want to drive in the city centre, there are several Park and Ride facilities that will take you to the arena. The following Park and Ride facilities are free to use with a valid Metrolink ticket and will take you to AO Arena:

  • West of Manchester, Ladywell, 250 spaces (Pilgrims Way, Salford, M50 1AW) – 25-minute journey to city centre

  • South of Manchester, Hollinwood, 202 spaces (Hudson Street, Failsworth, OL9 7LG) – 20-minute journey time to city centre

  • East of Manchester, Ashton Moss, 200 spaces (Alexandria Drive, Ashton, OL6 7UB) – 30-minute journey time to city centre

  • South of Manchester, Sale Water Park, 316 spaces (Rifle Road, Sale, M33 2LX) – 25-minute journey time to city centre

Where can I eat near Manchester AO Arena?

Post Malone has announced two London shows as part of his upcoming UK tourPost Malone has announced two London shows as part of his upcoming UK tour
Post Malone has announced two London shows as part of his upcoming UK tour

With AO Arena located in central Manchester at Victoria Station, finding somewhere to eat is easy. With plenty of restaurants and bars around, you can find tips on where to get your pre-show meal here.

The following items are prohibited at AO Arena:

  • Glass, cans, aluminium bottles or thermoses of any kind including liquid products which can be consumed.

  • Flammable liquids in any container

  • Laser pens/pointers

  • Video cameras, recording devices and professional cameras

  • Laptop computers, tablet devices, Go Pros or tablets with filming and recording capabilities

  • Large/golf/metal tipped umbrellas

  • Knives or weapons of any kind

  • Illegal drugs or substances

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • Signs, banners or flags on poles, staffs or selfie sticks

  • Animals (except ADUK registered service dogs)

  • Air horns, whistles, cowbells or other noise-making distractions

  • Projectiles (frisbees, beach balls, footballs etc)

  • Aerosol cans (hairspray, deodorant etc )

  • Fireworks, confetti, glitter bombs or flares

  • Balloons

  • Use of wheeled footwear, skateboards

  • Food and drinks

  • Helmets and full face masks 

  • Large studs and chains

How to contact AO Arena

You can find information on how to contact AO Arena here.

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