Macklemore & Ryan Lewis go for third sold out show at Key

This is getting out of hand. After selling out their Dec. 12 show at Key Arena in just 15 minutes, Macklemore &Ryan Lewis added another date at Key Arena for Dec. 11. That show sold out in two hours.

When that second show sold out, rumors began to swirl that the rap duo might add a third hometown show at Key Arena. When I saw how fast the first two shows sold out I laughed and thought “why not go for a third?” but didn’t really think it would happen.

Well, tomorrow morning (Wednesday, July 10) at 10 a.m. tickets will go on sale for a third Macklemore &Ryan Lewis show that will take place at Key Arena on Dec. 10. Tickets will be available at the Key Arena box office or at ticketmaster.com.

If you are hoping for tickets you probably want to just be safe and be on at 10 a.m. I’m not sure how fast this one will sellout, but I am certain it will.

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