J. Cole Announces Dreamville Festival 2024: Here Are the Dates


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On the heels of an impressive feature run this year, J. Cole has announced the dates for Dreamville Festival 2024. Via a press release, the Grammy-winning rapper and his acclaimed Dreamville artist collective detailed all of the preliminary information for the event’s fourth iteration.


The Dreamville Festival will return to Raleigh, N.C., April 6-7. An early-bird ticket sale will kick off imminently, with e-newsletter and SMS text subscribers receiving first access. The festival will once again return to Dorothea Dix Park, Raleigh’s largest public park, and will also offer attractions and activities for fans of all ages, including carnival rides, immersive art installations, dozens of local vendors, food trucks and community organizations from the Wake County region.

The lineup for Dreamville Festival 2024 will be announced at the top of next year. Next year’s headliners will follow Usher, Burna Boy and a double-billing of J. Cole and Drake. In addition to the headliners, last year’s Dreamville Festival also included performances from Summer Walker, J.I.D., Ari Lennox and more.

The news regarding Dreamville Festival 2024 arrives on the heels of a major career milestone from Dreamville head honcho J. Cole. On Oct. 21, he earned his first-ever Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 single with “First Person Shooter,” one of the breakout hits from Drake’s For All the Dogs album. The achievement comes the same year Cole matched his previous Hot 100 peak (No. 2) with “All My Life,” a crossover rap smash from Lil Durk that recently received a pair of remixes from Burna Boy and STRAY KIDS.

In addition to “First Person Shooter,” J. Cole has earned 11 other Hot 100 top 10 hits, including “Middle Child” (No. 4), “Deja Vu” (No. 7) and “Kevin’s Heart” (No. 8). On the Billboard 200, he has sent all six of his studio albums to the top.

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