CLEVELAND — Hours before Machine Gun Kelly was scheduled to take the stage at FirstEnergy Stadium for his much anticipated hometown concert, Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb honored MGK's impact on the City of Cleveland.
Mayor Bibb presented MGK with a plaque commemorating August 13 "Machine Gun Kelly Day" in Cleveland.
The 32-year-old musician has blown up in popularity over the past decade plus since he exploded into the mainstream. Yet the roots he established in Cleveland have made him one of the highest profile ambassadors for the city throughout his career.
As part of the "Mainstream Sellout Tour 2022", the stars are in town tonight to take in what's set to be a memorable night for the Cleveland native.
Blink-182 drummer recently rejoined the tour against his doctor's orders after leaving due to what is described as a "broken thumb and torn tendons".
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