What is macklemore doing now 2021?

Macklemore Has Been An Independent Artist His Entire Career While it might seem like Macklemore’s career ballooned overnight, he’s been working as an independent artist for years. Macklemore, whose real name is Benjamin Haggerty, grew up in the Seattle area to working-class parents.

Is macklemore still performing?

Macklemore is currently touring across 5 countries and has 23 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, after that they’ll be at Brännbollsyran in Umeå. See all your opportunities to see them live below!

Where is Macklemore performing?


  • Sat, APR 30. Emerald Queen Casino. Tacoma Junction, WA.
  • Fri, JUN 3. Brännbollsyran 2022. Umeå, Sweden.
  • Fri, JUL 1. Palmesus 2022.
  • Sat, JUL 9. Pendleton Whiskey Music Festival 2022.
  • Fri, AUG 5. Rice-Eccles Stadium.
  • Sun, AUG 7. Isleta Amphitheater.
  • Tue, AUG 9. T-Mobile Center.

How long is Macklemore concert?

Most Macklemore concerts last about 1-3 hours but can run shorter or longer depending on the opening acts, encore, etc.

Is Macklemore retired?

Musical career
Genres Hip hop
Instruments Vocals keyboards programming turntables
Years active 2000–present

Where did macklemore perform last night?

Reserve a comfortable seat to see Macklemore’s last show of the year on July 9th, 2022 at 4:00pm. The popular singer is performing at the Pendleton Round-Up Stadium at 1205 SW Court Ave, Pendleton, OR.

Does Eminem hate Macklemore?

Eminem has called fellow hip-hop star Macklemore “dope”. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Eminem sings the praises of the ‘Same Love’ artist, calling him a “really good songwriter”. Eminem commented: “I’ve heard Macklemore’s whole album… he’s really dope.

Did Eminem lost to Macklemore?

Although Macklemore pulled off wins in three out of his four Rap Field nominations, there was, and to some extent still is, debate over whether or not Macklemore’s music should be categorized as rap. Aside from Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis beat out such hip-hop giants as Jay-Z, Kanye West, Eminem, Drake, and J. Cole.