Mac Miller Los Angeles Tickets
Mac Miller Los Angeles tickets are up for grabs, so buy yours as soon as you can. The ‘Mac Miller: Celebration of Life’ concert will pay a tribute to the late singer and rapper, Mac Miller, who passed away this year at the age of 26. The concert will be held at the Greek Theater, Los Angeles, California. This benefit concert will support the newly launched charity, The Mac Miller Circles Fund (MMCF), which aims to offer opportunities and resources to young people belonging to underserved communities. If you are a Mac Miller fan, this is your chance to honor him. So buy your tickets at the earliest, before they sell.
Buy your Mac Miller Los Angeles tickets and get a chance to honor the famous late rapper. The benefit concert will feature some of the biggest artists in hip hop, so you wouldn’t want to miss this concert.
Mac Miller’s Musical Journey
The American producer and rapper, Mac Miller was born in 1992 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He released his debut album ‘Blue Slide Park’ in 2001 and it was a massive success. It peaked at number one spot on the Billboard 200 charts. In 2013, he released his second studio album titled ‘Watching Movies with the Sound Off’ which sold 102,000 copies in its first week and reached the 3rd spot on the US Billboard 200. He released his third album ‘GO:OD AM’ in 2015 which made its way to the 4th spot on the US Billboard 200 charts. His subsequent albums ‘The Divine Feminine’ (2016) and ‘Swimming’ (2018) also garnered positive reviews.
Personal Life and Tragic Death
In one of his interviews, he revealed that he had been battling with depression and anxiety. This interview was taken just days before his tragic death. His fans were left upset when the news of his untimely death started making rounds on the media. The reports revealed that an apparent drug overdose took his life on September 7, 2018.
Many musicians, who were friends of Mac Miller, will be seen performing at this event. The star studded lineup of musicians will include Thundercat, Njomza, Earl Sweatshirt, Domo Genesis, Miguel, Dylan Reynolds, SZA, Travis Scott, Chance the Rapper, John Mayer, Vince Staples and Action Bronson. A number of other musicians will also be honoring the late rapper.