Machine Gun Kelly is going London calling this year to headline the historic Royal Albert Hall.
The "Bloody Valentine" rocker will perform at the 150-year-old venue on May 31. For ticket info, visit RoyalAlbertHall.com.
Kelly's trip to England follows his 2022 world tour supporting his new album, Mainstream Sellout. The record, MGK's second collaboration with Blink-182's Travis Barker, was nominated for Best Rock Album at last Sunday's Grammys, but lost out to Ozzy Osbourne's Patient Number 9.
Meanwhile, Kelly recently performed at a Union Rescue Mission, which works to end homelessness.
"Spent last night down at the Union Rescue Mission playing music for the kids and listening to their stories," Kelly tweeted Tuesday. "They are 5-12 years old sleeping on mattress[es] on floors in a gym. One hot meal a day. The workers there are underpaid, the facilities need money."
"Put our tax [dollars] there," he added.