Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie is set to take on his North American Jamz World Tour, starting July 15th, 2023, and ending on September 3rd. The tour includes 11 major cities in the United States and Canada, with the first show taking place at the iconic Town Hall in New York City. The announcement was made with the release of the official flyer for the New York event.

The New York concert tickets went on sale on May 10th, with prices starting at $50, $70, and $100. Fans can purchase tickets through Ticketmaster using this link: The tour comes almost a year after the “It’s About Time concert” with headline acts R2Bees x Sarkodie in New York, which was organized by Nayasa Entertainment.

Sarkodie’s North American Jamz World Tour dates and cities are as follows:

The 10-track JAMZ album, which was released on November 11, 2022, features artists such as Oxlade, King Promise, Cina Soul, Joeboy, BNXN, Kranium, Lojay, Ink Boy, and Black Sherif, with 9 of the songs featuring these artists.

Sarkodie’s concertgoers can expect an intimate and exclusive setting with the rapper. The North American tour is a collaboration between TM Entertainment and Nayasa Entertainment, two well-known event organizers. TM Entertainment previously organized the sold-out show at The Apollo Theatre in New York on August 8th, 2015, while Nayasa Entertainment organized the sold-out event dubbed “It’s About Time with R2Bees x Sarkodie 2022.”

Sarkodie is an award-winning Ghanaian rapper, known for his unique style and impressive rap skills. He has previously collaborated with artists such as Burna Boy, Wizkid, and Davido, and has won several awards, including the Best International Act Africa at the BET Awards. His North American Jamz World Tour promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans of the rapper in the United States and Canada.

Fans can connect with Sarkodie on social media through his Instagram account @sarkodie, his Twitter account @sarkodie, and his Facebook page @sarkodieobidiponbidi. His JAMZ album is available on all streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube.