Punters seemed to be on good behaviour, though there were a few vocal discrepancies in the ticket line as several people arrived to discover their tickets bought online were through apparently dubious vendors and had to shell out a few extra dollars for the official entry fee.
Post Malone greeted Dunedin in all his greasy glory, playing a number of his biggest hits as well as a few new songs that he informed the crowd he was nervous to perform.
Rockstar, Sunflower, and Congratulations reverberated throughout the stadium, making it apparent the words were well established in the minds of many Dunedin fans.
One sorry concert goer was seen taken away in the arms of helpful St John’s staff.
An overwhelmed cell network has also caused a few headaches for concertgoers.
The roadies achieved cheers and whistles as they prepared the equipment for the main event as the atmosphere sat at a somewhat controlled level of tension.
Rumours of someone using audience members as a urinal made their way through the crowd before a man was led away by police in handcuffs.