British punk rocker Yungblud draws huge Perth crowd and hugs adoring fans at Culture Kings event

British punk rocker Yungblud is swamped by huge crowd of fans at streetwear store in Perth – with a line of admirers snaking around the block

British punk rocker Yungblud drew a huge crowd at Culture Kings streetwear in Perth on Saturday ahead of him winding up the Australian leg of his world tour.

There was a line all the way down the street of hundreds of excited fans pumped at the chance to see the Memories star in the flesh. 

The 24-year-old did not disappoint and spent over an hour joking with fans, posing for photos and giving out hugs.

British punk rocker Yungblud  (right) drew a huge crowd at Culture Kings streetwear in Perth on Saturday ahead of him winding up the Australian leg of his world tour

British punk rocker Yungblud  (right) drew a huge crowd at Culture Kings streetwear in Perth on Saturday ahead of him winding up the Australian leg of his world tour

He even signed autographs for some particularly enthusiastic fans which they promised to get tattooed.

Culture Kings posted a gallery of videos to Instagram which captured the highlights of this rare opportunity to chat to the popular punk rocker.

He brought his trademark cockiness and humour to the proceedings and had a great time engaging with fans of all ages.

There was a line all the way down the street

There was a line all the way down the street 

Hundreds of excited fans were pumped at the chance to see the Memories star in the flesh

Hundreds of excited fans were pumped at the chance to see the Memories star in the flesh

The 24-year-old did not disappoint and spent over an hour joking with fans

The 24-year-old did not disappoint and spent over an hour joking with fans

He posed for photos and was happily giving out hugs

He posed for photos and was happily giving out hugs

Yungblud is currently winding up the Australian leg of his Life On Mars world tour and will perform his last Australian show in Perth on Saturday.

He made headlines this week for praising the Australian dental system for their professionalism and quick response after he lost a tooth while performing in Melbourne.

The Doncaster-born rocker appeared on The Project on Friday and told the hosts he was performing at a Melbourne club when suddenly ‘my tooth fell out’. 

The store was crammed with eager fans waiting to meet him

The store was crammed with eager fans waiting to meet him

It all became too much for one young girl who burst into tears meeting her idol

It all became too much for one young girl who burst into tears meeting her idol 

The star gave his full attention to those who had waited to see him

 The star gave his full attention to those who had waited to see him 

He even signed autographs for some particularly enthusiastic fans which they promised to get tattooed

 He even signed autographs for some particularly enthusiastic fans which they promised to get tattooed

He applauded his tech team and the dentist who treated him for their professionalism and quick response.

 ‘I was like “I got no tooth. Can we get me a dentist in the morning?” and there was one waiting for me at 8am,’ he said.

He summarised the experience by commending the Australian dental system with, “Aussie dentists, man!” 

Yungblud recently made headlines for praising the Australian dental system for their professionalism and quick response after he lost a tooth while performing in Melbourne

Yungblud recently made headlines for praising the Australian dental system for their professionalism and quick response after he lost a tooth while performing in Melbourne

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