Shortage of widely adapted and high yielding variety is one of the major bottlenecks for production and productivity of sorghum in dry lowlands of Tigray region, northern Ethiopia. A field experiment was conducted during the main seasons of 2017and 2019 at four locations using randomized complete block design with three replications to evaluate the performance of ten early maturing sorghum genotypes for grain yield using AMMI (Additive Main Effects and Multiplicative Interaction) model. The combined analysis of variance revealed highly significant (P≤0.01) genotype (G), environment (E) and genotype × environment interaction (GEI). The significant genotype by environment interaction effects were further partitioned in to two significant interaction principal components by using AMMI model. The AMMI analysis of variance showed that the genotype, environment and interaction sum squares contributed 41.55 %, 28.67 % and 29.78 % to the treatment sum squares for grain yield respectively. In addition the first two IPCAs and interaction residual were significant. The first two IPCAs accounted for a total of 82.20 % of the interaction sum square. The results revealed that the observed yield variation among genotypes were due to genetic potential of genotypes and interaction rather than location differences. The highest yield was obtained from ESH-1 (3276 kg ha-1), while the lowest was from Grana-1 (2094 kg ha-1) and the average grain yield of genotypes was 2462 kg ha-1. Therefore, ESH-1 is selected as the best stable hybrid with consistent yielding performance across the testing environments in dry lowland areas of Abergelle and similar agro-ecologies in Tigray region, northern Ethiopia.