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Win Tickets To See Machine Gun Kelly

Thursday, 31 August 2017 Written by Jon Stickler

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Machine Gun Kelly will embark on a tour UK and Ireland later this month and Stereoboard have a pair of tickets for each UK date up for grabs in our new competition.

The American rapper, who released 'Bloom' in June, will make stops in Dublin, Birmingham, London, Leeds, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol between September 21 and 30.

Machine Gun Kelly Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 21 2017 - DUBLIN Olympia
Fri September 22 2017 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
Sat September 23 2017 - LONDON O2 Academy Brixton
Sun September 24 2017 - LEEDS O2 Academy Leeds
Tue September 26 2017 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE O2 Academy Newcastle
Wed September 27 2017 - GLASGOW O2 Academy Glasgow
Thu September 28 2017 - MANCHESTER O2 Ritz
Fri September 29 2017 - NOTTINGHAM Rock City
Sat September 30 2017 - BRISTOL O2 Academy Bristol

Tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster UK, prices start at £24.50/£28.50 plus booking fees. Click here to compare & buy Machine Gun Kelly Tickets at Stereoboard.com.

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