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Everything You Need To Know: Post Malone RDS 2019


10:07 21 Aug 2019

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The time has finally come for Post Malone to take to the stage at Dublin's RDS Arena.

He'll receive support from SAINt JHN and Tyla Yaweh at the gig later this week. 

If you're heading along, here's everything you need to know:


Doors open at 6pm with SAINt JHN taking to the stage at 6:30pm. 

Tyla Yaweh will take over from 7:45pm and Post Malone will kick off his performance at 8:45pm.

It's important to note that these times are subject to change and early queuing is not allowed.


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If you do decide to chance your arm and queue up a little earlier, you'll be turned away.

It also causes congestion in the surrounding areas so organiser ask people to, 'respect the community living in the vicinity of the stadium.'

Age restrictions

If you're under the age of 16 then you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over 18.

Under 14's are also not permitted on the pitch.

Organisers say they'll have strict monitoring in place at all entrances and throughout the venue.

They reserve the right to refuse admission without a refund to anyone who does not comply with the event's age polices. 


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Any adult accompanying a minor to the gig will be asked to sign an agreement which states that they're responsible for them.

It's important to note that an adult can't sign in more than four minors. 


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Alcohol & ID

An Garda Síochána will operate a zero tolerance approach towards those caught consuming alcohol in public places.

Organisers will also be monitoring all entrances and throughout the venue.

You are also not permitted to bring alcohol in with you.


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Below are the only acceptable forms of ID:

Official Passport, Official Garda Age Card and Photo Driving Licence.

Make sure if you're bringing bags that they're no bigger than A4 size.

All bags will be searched for security reasons so allow time for this when planning your journey.

There will be no cloakrooms available.


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Here's a list of items that are not allowed:

Glass or cans, umbrellas, alcohol, garden furniture, selfie sticks and food or drink.

No professional cameras or cameras with a detachable lens, video cameras and audio recording devices, iPads or GoPros. 


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Your ticket should indicate which route to take for entrance to the venue.

Below are the colour coded routes:

Red routeGold Circle, Anglesea Stand - Blocks C – E, Grandstand - Blocks F – J.

Enter via Simmonscourt Road. 

Yellow routePitch, Accessible Tickets.

Enter via Merrion Road

Blue routePitch, Anglesea Stand - Blocks A – C, Grandstand - Blocks K – N.

Enter via Anglesea Road


According to Met éireann, Thursday will be a dry day in the east and south with sunny spells breaking through.

It'll be warm with highest temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees.

Breezy at times with moderate to fresh southwest winds.


It's highly recommended to plan and organise your transport.

You're encouraged to walk, bike, or use public transport. 

Dublin Bus

If travelling by Dublin Bus to the event, it is strongly advised that you get off at the following Bus Stops:

  • 415 Pembroke Road opposite Embassy of United States of America (routes serving this stop are 120, 18, 4, 7 and 7a)
  • 483 Merrion Road opposite British Embassy (routes serving this stop are 4, 7 and 7A) 

For further information go here


The DART service operates from the City Centre to Ballsbridge.

Lansdowne Station and Sandymount Station are approximately a 5 minute walk from the RDS.

For further information go here.

Enjoy the gig!

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