Machine Gun Kelly has announced the tour schedule for his “Lace Up” tour that begins February 28th and will continue till the 30th of March. And the artist has come up with a cool video to promote the event. Check it out.
February 28 – Boston, MA – Wilbur Theatre
March 1 – Albany, NY – Washington Avenue Armory
March 2 – Brockport, NY – SUNY Brockport
March 4 – Pittsburgh, PA – The Altar Bar
March 5 – Columbus, OH – Newport Music Hall
March 6 – Toledo, OH – Headliners
March 7 – Philadelphia, PA – Theater of Living Arts
March 8 – Silver Spring, MD – The Fillmore
March 9 – Dallas, TX – Zouk Nightclub
March 10 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
March 14 – Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
March 15 – Indianapolis, IN – Old National Centre
March 16 – Greenville, PA – Thiel College
March 21 – Athens, GA – The Manor
March 22 – Mobile, AL – Soul Kitchen
March 23 – Tampa, FL – Amphitheatre Event Facility
March 30 – Memphis, TN – Minglewood Hall
Machine Gun Kelly is all set for the release of his latest album “Lace Up” and features a treat for lovers of cross-genre music. This is how the Ohio native chose to put it – “I actually got one of the greatest metal bands to be featured on it, Avenged Sevenfold,” “It’s definitely an eargasm if you’re into cross genre.”
The metal band features in the introductory track “Save Me” and has Avenged lead vocalist M. Shadows and lead guitarist Synyster Gates performing. Other artists to feature on this album include Bun B, Waka Flocka Flame, Lil Jon, Young Jeezy, Twista, Tech N9ne, Dubo, and DMX.
The artist, known for keeping the indie flag flying, has recently signed a deal with Bad Boy Records. Let’s see where this album takes him and the kind of moolah it can rake for him.
On September 29th Machine Gun Kelly performed at The Source’s Power 30 Party at the Microsoft Store in Lenox Mall and when his antics got out of hand, the DJ had to be shut down and the artist made to cut short his performance; the specifics of the incident were that MGK was prancing and jumping about on tables carrying laptops and tablets; the store management obviously didn’t take too kindly to it.
Here’s MGK’s official take on the incident followed by the statement that Microsoft released –
“Last Friday, I was asked to perform at The Source’s Power 30 reception and honored to do so. My only goal was to give a great performance. Contrary to what is being reported by the media, I did not stomp on any computers, damage any store property nor were the police called on my behalf. There was some confusion as to where I should perform. But, in the end, it was all resolved. I’d like to thank The Source for the opportunity and let the people at Microsoft know I meant no disrespect.”
“On Sept. 28, The Source held a private event at the Microsoft Lenox Square Store. We offer our stores as a venue for the community to use, and this event was not sponsored by Microsoft. While the artist’s behavior was appropriate for a concert, some of it was not appropriate in a store environment,”