City Slang: ICP announces Mighty Death Pop tour



The Insane Clown Posse this week announced dates for the Mighty Death Pop tour, in support of the album of the same name.

According to a press release, “The tent is pitched the Dark Carnival spirits are in the air and the Faygo is ready to rain! Insane Clown Posse and Psychopathic Records are proud to announce their North American “The Mighty Death Pop Tour” in support of ICP’s most recent Billboard Top 10 album The Mighty Death Pop!
“America’s most notorious face-painted duo, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope, will be delivering an entirely brand new stage show, featuring the Dark Carnival mayhem and magic that has become their trademark throughout their career.
“Juggalos of all ages will be treated to songs that have never been performed live -- including songs from their latest album The Mighty Death Pop!, ICP’s largest and most critically acclaimed album to date. This tour also features a freshly designed stage set that provides the perfect background for the unrivaled energy and excitement of an ICP show.”

So far, no Michigan date is on the schedule, though more dates are to be added soon.

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