Machine Gun Kelly Set To Perform In Hometown Cleveland During His Mainstream Sellout Tour

Machine Gun Kelly to perform at Cleveland
Machine Gun Kelly to perform at Cleveland
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Machine Gun Kelly has announced his expansive Mainstream Sellout Tour for this summer. The tour will support his recently released pop-punk record of the same name. The rapper has planned the tour to go on with two legs, moving over numerous stops. The summer leg of the tour will have Kelly stopping and performing at the largest venue in his home town Cleveland, the First Energy Stadium.

Mainstream Sellout Tour Of Machine Gun Kelly

MGK
MGK

Kelly recently announced June 8 as the opening date of the summer leg of the tour. The rapper will be joined by some of his good friends over the course of his tour. Avril Lavigne, Travis Barker, Blackbear, Tripie Redd, Iann Dior, PVRIS, and 44phantom will join Kelly on select dates. The tour which will kickstart in Austin, Texas will consequently move onto Houston, Dallas, Florida, and more. It will further swing by Atlanta, Boston, Philly, New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, Seattle, St. Louis, and Indianapolis before concluding it with a finale in northern Ohio.

Furthermore, the rapper will extend the Mainstream Sellout Tour to Europe in the second leg slated to start in September. Kelly will start with a show at Lanxess Arena in Cologne, Germany. Moving on, he’ll cover Frankfurt, Milan, Paris, London, and Dublin before wrapping up the tour with a performance at AFAS Live in Amsterdam on October 12. The tickets for the tour will start selling from Friday, March 25 at Ticketmaster.

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MGK To Hit His Hometown Cleveland

Kelly
Kelly

Other than his Cleveland concert in the stadium, all of his other performances will be in amphitheaters or arenas. At his hometown, Cleveland, Kelly will be joined by Avril Lavigne, Travis Barker, Willow, and Trippie Redd.

The tickets for the concert will be up for grabs from March 25 in MGK’s coffee shop, located in Cleveland. “First time he’s ever played a stadium,” sources tell. “He wanted to do it for his hometown. He curated the entire concert that night.”

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