Machine Gun Kelly Playing the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland This December

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MGK is coming home this year - SAMANTHA FRYBERGER
  • Samantha Fryberger
  • MGK is coming home this year

Machine Gun Kelly, hometown hero and NFL draft headliner, is coming to the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse on December 18th as part of his nationwide tour to support his latest album, Tickets to My Downfall.

Pre-sale starts Tuesday April 27th with tickets available to the general public on April 30th at rocketmortgagefieldhouse.com.



Via the announcement:

Praise for the artists 5th studio album “Tickets to My Downfall” came from both fans and music critics, with Billboard lauding its "dazzlingly effective songs,” Vulture calling it "punk rock excellence," and NME praising it as “brilliant.” To kick-off 2021, MGK wowed TV viewers from Times Square at Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Years Eve followed by a legendary appearance on Saturday Night Live. ET had a glowing review for SNL, saying: "MGK’s second performance really showed the range of his style and substance, as he delivered a remarkably beautiful and emotional performance of his song "lonely" and Rolling Stone praised the “raucous” performance. 
Full dates below for the tour, which kicks off in September.
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