Northern rapper Jordan brings The Freedom Tour to the UK this November

Rapidly rising rap star Jordan brings The Freedom Tour to many major UK cities this November. Tickets on sale on Monday 26th June.

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 22nd Jun 2023

Salford rapper Jordan McCann brings The Freedom Tour to many major UK cities this November. Tickets go on sale on Monday 26th June at 10 am. 

Racking up over 200,000 monthly Spotify listeners, Jordan uses his music to craft stories about his tough upbringing and suffering over rough, grimy beats. 

Starting by penning lyrics to pass the time in prison, it was his track Lifestyle that would lay the foundations for the loyal following he has today. Since then, the northern rapper collaborated on tracks with Bad Boy Chiller Crew and Morrison before dropping his debut album Crooks and Queens in 2022, focusing on a new, happy life outside prison. 


Now, the rapper is hitting the road to bring his music to venues all over the UK with Ard Adz and Hazey & J Lizz. His tour dates can be found in the image above and listed below.

13th November - The Lemon Tree in Aberdeen 

14th November - Clyde Rooms in Glasgow

16th November - Domain in Newcastle

19th November - The Dome in Liverpool

20th November - O2 Academy 2 in Leicester 

21st November - The Marble Factory in Bristol

22nd November - The Foundry in Sheffield 

24th November - O2 Ritz in Manchester 

26th November - Rescue Rooms in Nottingham 

28th November - Sin City in Swansea


Tickets for Jordan’s UK tour will be available at 10 am on Monday 26th June. To register your interest, click or tap here to see all dates. Then find and click the event you’re looking for and enter your details to receive a notification when tickets are available!



Check out our What's On Guide to discover more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.








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