Cleveland recognizes musician Machine Gun Kelly ahead of hometown concert
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Cleveland welcomed musician Machine Gun Kelly back to the city ahead of his hometown concert on Aug. 13, officially named “Machine Gun Kelly Day” by Mayor Justin Bibb.
Bibb made the proclamation official Saturday afternoon with the multi-award-winning artist, who stopped in Cleveland for his global ‘Mainstream Sellout’ tour.
Prior to his 5 p.m. concert at FirstEnergy Stadium, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame joined the Northeast Ohio native’s homecoming by hosting a tailgate party across the street from the venue.
Machine Gun Kelly, formerly known as Colston Baker, was a 2008 alumnus of Shaker Heights High School.
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