Where to buy tickets, schedule, dates
Macklemore has taken 24 hours by storm.
After the release of the charming “No Bad Days” In a music video directed by his seven-year-old daughter, Sloane, the Grammy-winning rapper dropped his fifth album, “BEN,” and then announced The ‘Ben Tour,’ which will bring new music as well as radio staples you know and love. do you love Like “Thrift Shop,” “Can’t Stop Us” and “Same Love” for fans across North America this fall.
Yes, it all really happened on Friday, March 3rd.
And, in the midst of a 20-concert run, Macklemore, whose real name is Benjamin Hammond Hagerty, will make a stop in the Big Apple when he plays New York City’s The Rooftop at Pier 17 on Sept. 22.
For fans who can’t wait to get their hands on tickets to see Macklemore “deliver great fits, hits and more” as he announced InstagramWe are here to lend a helping hand.
Although inventory is not available on Ticketmaster as of Friday, March 10, fans who want to make sure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase them on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets officially go on sale.
Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value depending on demand.
They have a 100% buyer guarantee which states that your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.
At the time of publication, no opening acts have yet been announced for ‘The Bane Tour’.
Macklemore 2023 tour schedule
A full calendar including all upcoming ‘Ben Tour’ dates, venues and links to purchase tickets can be found below.
|Macklemore 2023 tour dates|
|September 17th at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN|
|September 19 in Washington, DC. at The Anthem in|
|September 21 in Boston, MA. in MGM Music Hall at Fenway|
|September 22 on the rooftop at Pier 17 in New York, NY|
|September 23 at the Met in Philadelphia, PA|
|September 26th at Rebel in Toronto, ON, CA|
|September 27th at the Fillmore in Detroit, MI|
|September 29 at the Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, IL|
|on September 30 at the Eagles Club in Milwaukee, WI|
|October 1st at the Armory in Minneapolis, MN|
|Oct. 3 at the Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO|
|Oct. 5 at the complex in Salt Lake City, UT|
|Oct. 7 at the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR|
|Oct. 8 at the Roseland Theater in Portland, OR|
|October 10 at the Spokane Arena in Spokane, WA|
|Oct. 11 at the Adams Center Arena in Missoula, MT|
|Oct. 12 at the Idaho Central Arena in Boise, ID|
|October 14 at the Masonic in San Francisco, CA|
|October 17 at the Arizona Financial Theater in Phoenix, AZ|
|October 18 at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, CA|
Macklemore new music
As previously noted, Macklemore’s long-awaited album “BEN” is his first in six years.
Over the course of 15 tracks, Macklemore often deals with mortality, rhyming with synths, horns and catchy falsetto hooks.
If that sounds like a unique experience, you’d be right.
“BEN” is also thematically all over the place which isn’t a bad thing – it’s a lot.
The record is heavy in places (“Day You Die”), brooding about social media in others (“Lost/The Sun Comes”) and occasionally overjoyed like the jubilant lead single “Chant” featuring Tones and I. ” in
All that being said, Macklemore fans will definitely be happy with “Ben” — it’s Macklemore at his most vulnerable and showy.
You can buy the album here.
In addition to the exciting album and tour news, Macklemore also recently appeared Tonight’s show to address his recent struggles with addiction as well as his painful relapse during the pandemic.
“A big part of my recovery community is going to physical 12-step meetings,” he shared with host Jimmy Fallon. “Once they stopped, I was alone, and addiction was like, ‘Yo, this is crazy. The world has stopped. You can be high.”
Although he’s doing better, Macklemore added, “It’s a disease that tells you, ‘You don’t have a disease.'”
“Now,” he said, “I’m doing my best.”
If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder, you can call Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357. The service is free, confidential and available in English and Spanish.
Rapper on tour in 2023
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