Milwaukee’s the Rave Monday announced its first new concert since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. This autumn, Machine Gun Kelly will tour and stop at the Rave’s 3,500-person Eagles Ballroom on Oct. 5.
Tickets are $50 to $60 and are available at the box office and Therave.com on Friday at 10 am. Tickets are sold. The show will probably sell quickly.
The Rave is the venue for Machine Gun Kelly when he plays Milwaukee. In 2019 he last took part in a co-headline tournament with Young Thug in the Eagles Ballroom.
But, since then, Kelly’s profile has been increasing significantly, in part thanks to his acting career (Tommy Lee played in the biopic “The Dirt” of Motley Crue Netflix) and his relation to Megan Fox.
He is becoming increasingly popular with music from hip-hop to pop-punk for “Tickets to My Downfall,” his first album to be debuted at the top of the 200 billboards last fall.
First concert of Machine Gun Kelly after the pandemic
The Rave shut down like all venues in Milwaukee and most of them all over the country in March 2020 due to health problems caused by mass meetings due to the ongoing COVID-19 cases.
Apart from the dispersion of drive-in concerts and streaming shows, the music industry has since been in limbo. But with vaccination under way and all adults in America now eligible to receive one, venue operators and promoters expect a concert return in late summer.
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