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Here’s Machine Gun Kelly’s epic 32-song setlist from the first date of his U.S. tour

Machine Gun Kelly didn’t disappoint with the opening show of his first full tour in nearly two years.

After a crazed set at Lollapalooza and a surprise rooftop show with Travis Barker on Venice Beach, Machine Gun Kelly has headed out on his first proper North American tour since 2019.

And he certainly made the most of it! Splitting the set into three distinct acts, MGK belted out thirty two tracks including covers of Paramores Misery Business, alongside his guest spots on The Kid LAROI’s F*CK YOU, GOODBYE, Young Thug’s Ecstasy and iann dior’s Sick And Tired. 

The show was definitely catered toward MGK’s pop-punk era, though, playing 12 of the 15 tracks on Tickets To My Downfall, including Forget Me Too, Concert For Aliens and Bloody Valentine. It was also the live debut of new track papercuts, taken from his upcoming LP Born With Horns. 

If you’re heading to see Kells on tour later this month, here’s what’s in store…

Machine Gun Kelly U.S. tour setlist

Act 1

title track
kiss kiss
Smoke And Drive
drunk face
concert for aliens
all I know
Sick And Tired (iann dior cover)
Ecstasy (Young Thug cover)
Misery Business (Paramore cover)
my ex’s best friend

Act 2

El Diablo
Floor 13
What’s Poppin Freestyle
In These Walls
Pretty Toxic Revolver
I Think I’m OKAY

Act 3

banyan tree — interlude
forget me too
love race
split a pill
hangover cure
Wild Boy/Till I Die
bloody valentine
play this when i’m gone

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Posted on September 10th 2021, 11:39a.m.
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