Rick Ross concert tickets on sale


ORGANISERS of American rapper Rick Ross’ show have started selling tickets for the November 18 concert at the Harare International Conference Centre.

A show, definitely not to be missed by die-hard hip-hop fans, will see the multi-Grammy award winner Rick Ross — born William Leonard Roberts II — stage his maiden performance in Zimbabwe, courtesy of global media and entertainment company, ROAR Entertainment.

A songwriter and producer, Rick Ross is one of the few big American artistes to perform in the country in recent years.

According to Shaleen Manhire Nullens, one of the show organisers, tickets will also be sold through CompuTicket and EcoCash platforms, BancABC kiosks, as well as directly from the ROAR Entertainment website.

“The wait is finally over! Tickets to the multi-Grammy award winner Rick Ross show in Zimbabwe are now officially available for purchase. I can definitely say that the excitement for having Rick Ross coming to Zimbabwe in November is getting bigger,” she noted.

No tickets will be sold at the venue.

“I encourage everyone to go get their tickets today so that they don’t miss seeing Rick Ross aka Rozay live. General access early bird tickets start at US$50 per individual and for an early bird VIP ticket, one would have to part with US$150,” Nullens explained.

“A VVIP silver ticket will cost US$3 000 while a VVIP gold ticket will cost US$4 000, there are three rows for VVIP ticket holders, with tables reserved for premium VVIP ticket holders and silver VVIP ticket holders.”

She added that there is also an option to pay US$5 000 for a VVIP premium ticket, which will not only give 10 people access to Rick Ross show, but an opportunity to be up close with the star, 10 Belaire champagne bottles and security.

In a video, Rick Ross encourages fans to buy tickets, adding that it is going to be the biggest performance he has ever done.

“I am celebrating for you. You better get your tickets now. One time for the whole team. It’s the biggest boss!” he says in the video.

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