Machine Gun Kelly performed in the 3Arena over the weekend. He and Megan Fox were spotted browsing several of Dublin’s most popular spots.
Ahead of his gig at the 3Arena on Sunday night, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox were spotted shopping in a Dublin vintage shop.
Plus, the pair and Kelly’s band took on Dublin’s ‘The Nightmare Realm’. The group had an exclusive viewing ahead of the gig over the weekend.
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly spotted around Dublin – Dublin’s most popular Halloween haunt
Over the weekend, Megan Fox, Machine Gun Kelly and his band took on Dublin’s most popular Halloween attraction, The Nightmare Realm.
The group had an exclusive tour by Scream Queen Molly Mayhem at the event’s new venue, the 130-year-old fruit and veg market on Mary’s Lane.
The spooky event opened to the public on Friday and will run until 2 November. Commenting on the famous visit, co-owner Sylvia O’Connor said, “I am a huge fan of the band and even had tickets to their concert on Sunday night, so I was so honoured that MGK wanted to come visit us”.
She went on to say, “They couldn’t have been nicer people – it was a very special night for our entire team at the realm and a cracking opening weekend!”
Thrift shopping – souvenirs from the city
Staff at Nine Crows in Temple Bar were delighted when the pair showed up for some thrift shopping over the weekend too.
Workers at the vintage shop commented on how down-to-earth they both were during their visit. Owner Alexandrea Morgan told the Sunday World, “I was just in shock. The first thing I said to them was, ‘What are you doing here?’ and they both just laughed.
“They were so normal, but they did have like four of their crew with them. Their security were all dressed in black”. She also revealed that the two spent around €200 on a coat and a t-shirt.
When the staff asked to get a picture with the pair and their purchases, Megan Fox insisted they all get in the picture too.
The gig – Mainstream Sellout Tour
Machine Gun Kelly’s Mainstream Sellout Tour began in his home state of Texas at the Moody Center on 8 June this year.
So, now, he is in the midst of the European and UK leg of the tour. The Texas-born rapper and singer and his band played at the 3Arena in Dublin on Sunday night.
This leg of the tour has seen him and the band perform in the likes of Paris, London, and Milan. It is now coming to a close as the last European gig will be in Amsterdam on 12 October.