Machine Gun Kelly’s Cleveland After Party
Machine Gun Kelly is a Cleveland born rapper who has sold out shows in small venues in his home city and beyond. In March of this year, the singer released a new album entitled “Mainstream Sellout” and is now preparing to wrap up his tour at FirstEnergy Stadium on August 15. His concert is expected to draw a huge crowd, especially with the addition of special guest Iann Dior.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, recently opened an exhibit dedicated to the late and legendary MGK. The exhibit will feature a replica of his “Tickets to My Downfall” outfit, along with other MGK memorabilia. Other notable highlights of the display include the aforementioned aforementioned, a pink microphone stand and a Schecter PT model electric guitar.
While the aforementioned is a given, the most impressive and aforementioned was a stunt. Machine Gun Kelly is a self-proclaimed anarchist who attributes his political inclinations to anarchy and an inability to accept traditional musical genre labels. He has taken a few hits over the years, but in the grand scheme of things, he is a winner. A few weeks ago, the rapper’s tour bus was tagged with graffiti in Nebraska. But he won’t have to worry about that in Cleveland because he’s already been recognized for a few other notable feats.
Aside from his music, he was also a recurring actor in Showtime’s Roadies. He has also gotten himself into the news by donating $10 million to charity. And he’s been awarded many honors and prizes for his accomplishments. Perhaps the most significant is the MTV Europe award for a US artist about to go global.
Although the main headliner of the night was Machine Gun Kelly, a few of his guests also stood out. Notable performers included Willow, Avril Lavigne, and Trippie Redd. All three will be in Cleveland for the occasion. There will be a number of games and live music, and the “Cleveland Contemporary Youth Orchestra” will be performing.
MGK’s homecoming show was also a milestone in a number of ways. Among other things, he performed the aforementioned “More than Life” a cappella-style, and a zip line that ran up and down the stadium was an impressive feat. After the show, the rapper’s face was bloodied and he suffered a minor facial injury. However, he had the best night of his life.
The most impressive feat of the day was the mayor of Cleveland recognizing the event with a special aforementioned document. This also demonstrates that Machine Gun Kelly is still on the radar of local politicians. Hopefully, his performance at FirstEnergy Stadium will be the beginning of a tradition. So, if you’re a MGK fan, you’d better get your tix before they run out. Besides, you can always check out MGK’s outfit. As a matter of fact, you can even purchase some MGK merchandise!
It’s no surprise that Machine Gun Kelly was one of the biggest names at the aforementioned Music Festival. As a result, he sold out a number of venues in the area, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.