Macklemore tickets come out this week – here’s where to get them

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Macklemore is returning to the UK for the first time in years. The Thrift Shop and Glorious singer just announced the release date of his third studio album, Ben, which is due out on March 2, 2023. And to coincide with his new music, the star is hitting the UK and Europe in a gargantuan 19-date tour. Scroll down for all the information on how and where to get tickets.

When do Macklemore tickets come out?

Tickets for Macklemore will be released tomorrow, Thursday, November 10, 2022, at 10am.

These general onsale tickets will be available on Ticketmaster and Live Nation.

Buy your Macklemore tickets here.

For O2 users, however, the presale for Macklemore tickets is happening right now.

O2 Priority presale codes would have been distributed by the company in advance of the tickets’ release.

This presale period ends when general onsale tickets hit the digital market, however, so act fast if you want to get in early.

Macklemore’s enormous The Ben Tour kicks off in the UK before spanning a collection of European countries.

The latest single from his new album, FAITHFUL ft NLE Choppa was just released, as well.

Scroll down for a full list of Macklemore tour dates and locations.

Macklemore recently opened up about how his new album is sounding.

He told Ryan Seacrest: “[Ben] has a throwbackness to it. It’s a relatable record. You make all these songs and then … you lose track of what they actually are in the studio.”

The record is a follow-up to his last solo album, Gemini, which was released in 2017.

Buy Macklemore tickets here.

Scroll down for a full list of Macklemore tour dates and locations.



Tuesday, 4 April – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena

Friday, 7 April – Glasgow, UK – O2 Academy

Sunday, 9 April – Manchester, UK – O2 Victoria Warehouse

Tuesday, 11 April – Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy

Wednesday, 12 April – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton

Sunday, 16 April – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live

Monday, 17 April – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National

Tuesday, 18 April – Paris, France – Zenith

Friday, 21 April – Cologne, Germany – Palladium

Saturday, 22 April – Berlin, Germany – Verti Music Hall

Monday, 24 April – Munich, Germany – Zenith

Tuesday, 25 April – Offenbach, Germany – Stadthalle

Thursday, 27 April – Hamburg, Germany – Edel Optics Arena

Saturday, 29 April – Warsaw, Poland – EXPO XXI Hall 1

Sunday, 30 April – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle


Tuesday, 2 May – Zurich, Switzerland – Samsung Hall

Thursday, 4 May – Milan, Italy – Alcatraz

Sunday, 7 May – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega Main Hall

Tuesday, 9 May – Oslo, Norway – Sentrum Scene

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