J. Cole Announces ‘What Dreams May Come’ Tour

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After making waves in the news world with his Dollar And A Dream summer tour, which involved a series of performances costing $1 for admission, Billboard chart topper J. Cole has unveiled plans to embark on a fall North American headlining tour.

Dubbed the What Dreams May Come tour, J. Cole’s next offering places the New York native on the road alongside Maybach Music Group member Wale for a string of shows spread over two months. The run kicks off September 10 in Miami and snakes across the country before coming to a close with a November 2 performance at a location TBA. Additional support is expected, but no additional information can be confirmed at this time.

J. Cole’s new album, Born Sinner, was recently certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Wale’s new release, Gifted has yet to hit those numbers, but still comes highly recommended by our staff. Comment and let us know if you plan on stopping by any of these dates!

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