Mac Miller Tribute Show, Nothing But Beautiful Vibes

Mac Miller Tribute Show, Nothing But Beautiful Vibes

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 28: Mac Miller performs on the Camp Stage during day 1 of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2017 at Exposition Park on October 28, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

Photo credit: Rich Fury/ Getty Images

Mac Miller’s tribute show “Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life” took place on Halloween night, and was filled with nothing but beautiful vibes. The event was at the Greek Theatre in LA where fans and artists celebrated the late rapper’s life together. Some of the artists that performed included Chance the Rapper, Travis Scott, John Mayer, SZA, and so many more.

Throughout the night, pictures and videos of the life of Mac were displayed. SZA even credited Mac Miller saying, “Without Mac, there would be no me. God bless you, we love you so much, Mac.”



View this post on Instagram


Friends of #MacMiller gather around Mac’s mother during the #CelebrationOfLife tribute show #RIP 🙏🏽 | 🎥: @allthingsmayer_id

A post shared by Power 106 (@power_106) on

Lots of artists came to perform some of the Miller’s songs and others performed their own. Singer, John Mayer, performed the emotional song “Small Worlds” while having Miller’s voice in the background. Ty Dolla $ign performed “Cinderella” which was a collab with the late rapper as well. ScHoolboy Q performed “THat Part” which was written by Mac Miller, and they were in the studio together during the production.

Lots of artists spoke on stage and some tried to hold back tears. Chance the Rapper was also very emotional after his performance saying, “Mac, thank you for so many different things. Thank you for the music you made; thank you for the music that you provided other people with, for the opportunities that you provided me with, but overall, for the friendships that you built through your music and through your artistry.”

Last but not least, Mac Miller was the final performer. They showed a clip of the late rapper singing “Best Day Ever” and telling the attendees goodbye.

Mac Miller passed away at the age of 26 of an overdose in September.

Concert Calendar

No events are currently scheduled.