Macklemore Tour 2023 Tickets, Dates, Venues

by Narendra

Macklemore Tour 2023 Tickets, Dates, Venues: The American rapper Macklemore, who hails from Seattle, made the announcement regarding the United States leg of his BEN album tour on March 3, 2023. The tour is scheduled to take place from the 17th of September to the 18th of October in 2023.

The rapper made the announcement through a post that was published on the official page of his Instagram account. The tour will be a continuation of the album tour that took place in the UK and Europe.

Citibank Cardholders will have the opportunity to purchase tickets to upcoming performances in the United States beginning on March 6 and continuing through March 9 at 10 am local time.

Access to the pre-sale will be available to residents of Canada beginning on March 6, 2023 at 10 am and continuing through March 9, 2023 at 10 am local time.

Tickets for the general public to US shows will go on sale on March 10, 2023 at 10 a.m. local time, and will cost $371 in addition to any applicable processing fees. Tickets can be purchased, including any presale tickets, at

Dates And Venues Macklemore Tour 2023

Benjamin Hammond Haggerty, who goes by the stage name Macklemore, was born on June 19, 1983 in Seattle, which is located in the state of Washington. He was first exposed to hip-hop music through the broadcasts of the hip-hop group Digital Underground. Macklemore is best known for his work in the music industry.

In the early 2000s, Macklemore released a number of extended plays (EPs), including The Unplanned Mixtape in 2009. This was his second release after he began working with the rapper Ryan Lewis. Macklemore got his start in the music industry while he was still in high school. The mixtape climbed all the way to number 7 on the hip-pop chart on Itunes.

The album that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis released in 2012, titled “The Heist,” received a lot of positive feedback and ended up winning the award for “Best Rap Album” at the 2014 Grammy Awards. Additionally, “The Heist” made its debut at the top of the Billboard 200 chart and sold 78,000 copies in its first week of availability.