BY TER STAFF
Milwaukee’s historic venue, The Rave, experienced another packed and memorable performance from Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller tonight, as he brought The Divine Feminine Tour to the familiar venue. With opening sets from ClockworldDJ and Soulection, Miller always brings great company when he comes to Wisconsin. His past opening artists have included Chance The Rapper, Earl Sweatshirt and Vince Staples (just to name a few), so don’t be surprised if one of Mac’s openers headlines their own Milwaukee concert in the future.
After the opening performances set the tone for the night, it was time for Mac Miller to greet his Milwaukee fans. Miller started off his set with his Ty Dolla $ign collaboration ‘Cinderella’, off Miller’s fourth studio album, The Divine Feminine, which released just last month. One of the more mellow tracks from his performance tonight, Miller performed a variety of records throughout the show, mellow and hype, new and old; including a number of songs from his new LP, as well as records from his entire discography of albums and mixtapes.
Highlights of the night were anything but few and far between, as the Wisconsin crowd matched Miller’s energy until he stepped off stage after his encore performances. However Miller’s energetic performance of ‘Loud’, a track which Miller used to open his last headlining tour, was a personal favorite. If Mac Miller ever slows down, which is unlikely given that he continues to hold onto his core fan base while gradually picking up new audiences every year, he will always have a second home in Milwaukee, as they will always show up for a great Mac Miller show.
Check out our photos below and make sure you get your tickets for The Divine Feminine Tour before they are all sold out!
Photos by Dan Garcia/The Early Registration