SHOCKFEST Dates Announced: Get Weird With Insane Clown Posse And Mushroomhead


Here we go, people! It’s a bizarre tour announcement that we felt we should bring to you considering we’ll be releasing a UTG TV interview with Mushroomhead from the Rockstar Mayhem Festival in the coming week.

The triple-singer masked metalheads in Mushroomhead have been a band for over 20 years and have been no strangers to exceptionally strange stage performances. In October, the band will hit the road supporting Insane Clown Posse on the SHOCKFEST tour.

Also on the bill will be Da Mafia 6ix, featuring all the original members of Three 6 Mafia with the exception of Juicy J. The name change was due to contractual complications. The group’s new record 6ix Commandments is now available on iTunes and features Yelawolf, Juicy J, and more.

Check below to see the upcoming tour dates. Whether you’re a juggalo or a fan of metal, this should be an interesting show. I may try to check out this tour if it hits New York. You know, for the Faygo showers, because #YOLO and all that jazz.

9/30 – LC Pavilion – Columbus, OH
10/1 – Club Xtaza – Pittsburgh, PA
10/3 – Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center – Beckley, WV
10/4 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA
10/5 – Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
10/10 – Kress Live – Biloxi, MS
10/11 – New Daisy Theatre – Memphis, TN
10/12 – Farmers Market – Oklahoma City, OK
10/16 – Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ
10/17 – Las Vegas Country Saloon – Las Vegas, NV
10/18 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
10/20 – The Great Saltair – Magna, UT
10/21 – National Western Complex Arena – Denver, CO
10/23 – Bismarck Civic Center – Bismarck, ND
10/24 – Fargo Civic Center – Fargo, ND
10/25 – Myth Live Event Center – St. Paul, MN
10/27 – The Rave – Milwaukee, WI
10/31 – Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, MI

Derek Scancarelli

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  • K. Bennett

    From talking to guys at work… Da Mafia 6ix is Three 6 Mafia without Juicy J… legal stuff I guess.

  • Derek – UTG Review

    Wow, good catch there. I guess because it seemed so strange to me I immediately assumed there was no affiliation. That is laziness on my part.

  • K. Bennett

    HAHA! Yea, I would have had no idea except it was mentioned at work a couple of weeks ago.

  • Michael Gregory

    DJ Paul can actually use the name “Three 6 Mafia” because he and Juicy J are co-owners of the name. He said he isn’t going to use it out of respect to Juicy J though.