MGK delivers bullet-fast flows and tracks from his long-awaited new album in this block party show featuring Dub-O, DJ EV, Tezo and Billard
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$23 for one ticket to Road Trippin’ Tour Block Party with Machine Gun Kelly (up to $36 value)
When: Saturday, August 22, at 3 p.m
Where: Agora Festival Stage
Door time: 3 p..m.
Road Trippin’ Tour Block Party with Machine Gun Kelly
Warning: contains explicit—clever, but still quite explicit—language
Machine Gun Kelly: This Cleveland rap superstar, whose rat-a-tat lyrical flow fits his namesake, rose to fame after a riveting set at SXSW and landing a deal with Diddy’s Bad Boys label. Since then, he’s pulled in an MTV Music Award for “Hottest Breakthough DJ,” hit the Billboard Top 5 with his debut, Lace Up, and gotten in the ring at Wrestlemania XXVIII. Live, expect tracks from his hotly anticipated sophomore album, General Admission, as well as frequent mic-passing with a cadre of Cleveland collaborators, including…
Dub-O: Kelly’s hometown friend, best known for his hot verse on MGK’s “What I Do,” just dropped his debut, Old Lights, New Lights. To return the favor, MGK repped for him on the track, “Reppin’ Dat.”
DJ EV: The former official DJ for Mike Posner and MGK’s mixtapes has become an international star, spinning for 75,000 people at Wembley Stadium, hitting the Top 50 on the iTunes dance charts, and rocking the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival.
Tezo: “Tezo for Prezo,” shout the fans of this Cleveland rapper, who recently jumped in on MGK’s scorching single, “F*** It,” showed his talent for bird-flipping in the single “Rules,” and just dropped his debut album, Swampland.
Billiard: This up-and-coming rapper (and fellow flipper of birds) made waves with his mixtape I Am Billiard, collaborated with MGK and Doe B, and recently settled his beef with his arch nemesis, Croquet.