Machine Gun Kelly will do the music honours, performing at the 2022 NHL All-Star Game taking place in Las Vegas next weekend.
The musician, who expects to follow his rock breakthrough Tickets for my fall with two new albums in 2022, will play at T-Mobile Arena next Saturday (February 5) during the second intermission and the performance will be televised as part of ABC’s national broadcast.
It is not yet known which songs will be part of MGK’s setlist, although the musician has teased a new album titled born with horns since the release of the single “Papercuts” last year. Kelly is once again working with Blink-182 drummer-turned-producer Travis Barker on the upcoming release.
The NHL All-Star festivities begin with the All-Star Skills Competition at 4:30 p.m. PT on ESPN. There’s also a fan fair taking place Feb. 3-6 at the Convention Center West Hall in Las Vegas for those in the Las Vegas area who want to enjoy a bit of the NHL All-Star experience.
The NHL has maintained an ongoing relationship with the rock community in recent years. Green Day played in the 2020 NHL All-Star Game and premiered his song “Here Comes the Shock” during the 2021 outdoor hockey game between the Colorado Avalanche and the Las Vegas Golden Knights last year. last. On New Year’s Day this year, Dirty Honey delivered a cover of Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” for the 2022 NHL Winter Classic between the Minnesota Wild and St. Louis Blues.
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