Machine Gun Kelly is definitely pulling a page out of WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels’ book with the zipline. He also gave his fans in Cleveland an experience they won’t soon forget.

Page Six reports that the “Mainstream Sellout” tour, in his hometown of Cleveland on Saturday, zip-lined through an entire football field. He impressed tens of thousands of fans that night.

“It was his idea and was executed in less than 24 hours,” a source close to the musician told the outlet after his performance at FirstEnergy Stadium.

“The zip line was erected that day to take him from the top of the Browns’ stadium across 50,000 fans to the opposite side of the field.”

“He announced to the audience that up until a few hours before the show he was told it couldn’t be done,” the source added. “It was a thrilling moment from any angle as you can see from the many

MGK captioned a video of the wild stunt, which he shared to Instagram on Sunday.The clip showed him ziplining in orange pants and a black tank top above a crowd of cheering Ohio fans. Meanwhile, he brought out friends Avril Lavigne and Travis Barker, who joined the tour against doctor’s orders following a “life-threatening” bout of pancreatitis in late June.

“Against his doctor’s orders AND with a broken thumb, I convinced @travisbarker to join us for the last couple days 🤘,” MGK wrote on Instagram ahead of his final few shows. Harper’s wife, Kourtney Kardashian, was among in attendance in Cleveland and watched the show from backstage.

“time for drum practice,” she captioned one post, which showed her sitting on her husband’s lap while he played the drums.

“Favorite time of the day 🖤,” Barker commented, before sharing a similar video to his feed. Obviously, this concert was well worth the fans’ money. You can check out the video below.

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Andre Porter

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