Fresh off the heels of their numerous Grammy nominations, J. Cole proudly announces the second annual Dreamville Festival. Co-produced by ScoreMore Shows, the event is set to take place on April 4, 2020 and will be returning to the historic Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.
While the 2020 lineup remain under wraps, the festival reassures fans that the next slate will include artists personally selected by J. Cole and will fuse some of the biggest names in music with up-and-comers from across the US. The lineup is scheduled to be revealed in early 2020.
“On behalf of the Dreamville team, we couldn’t be more proud to announce the festival’s return to Raleigh and the beautiful state of North Carolina. Being able to experience firsthand the positive and substantial impact that this festival made in the local community was a humbling experience and something I hope we can continue to build upon for years to come,” said Ibrahim “IB” Hamad, President of Dreamville Records and J. Cole’s manager.
“We, just like our fans, are eager to get Year 2 underway. I look forward to seeing our Dreamville family come out and enjoy the fest again this April,” said Adam Rodney, Creative Director for Dreamville Records.
The first Dreamville Festival in April 2019 featured a headlining performance by Cole and supporting acts like SZA, Big Sean, 21 Savage, 6LACK, Nelly, Teyana Taylor, Rapsody, Mez and the entire Dreamville Records roster that included Bas, Cozz, Ari Lennox, J.I.D, Lute, Omen, and EarthGang. The event welcomed over 40,000 guests from 50 states and 10 countries.
Early bird GA tickets are priced at $79 USD while the JV VIP option starts at $229 USD, the Varsity VIP at $269 USD and MVP VIP at $399 USD. VIP passes include perks such as premium viewing areas, expedited entry, dedicated bars and food vendors, private restroom facilities, festival merch and more. Ticket presale is available now at www.dreamvillefest.com.
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