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Apr 6, 2018
DETROIT, Michigan – May 2020 – Shortly following his Beerbongs & Bentleys Tour, which wrapped up in August of last year after more than 100 shows around the globe, Post Malone took only a brief, three-week hiatus from the road before heading back out on the 38-date fall Runaway Tour in support of Hollywood’s Bleeding, his third full-length album released on September 6. The second leg of that North American trek picked back up in early February and carried Malone through most of his 22 additional dates before 2020’s global pandemic put live touring on hold in March. However, although much of the material performed on the Runaway Tour was new since Beerbongs & Bentleys, one element that remained constant throughout was the use of an L-Acoustics K1/K2 loudspeaker system supplied and deployed by Detroit-based provider Thunder Audio.

The standard PA configuration for most arenas on the latest tour was comprised of 16 K1 flown over four K2 per side as the main hangs, each backed by 12...
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Thunder Audio carried a full K1/K2 system, plus four DiGiCo SD-Range mixing consoles, on latest North American leg supporting the artist’s newest album, Hollywood’s Bleeding