Grammy-nominated, platinum selling RocNation/Columbia recording artist and producer J.Cole, has announced that due to overwhelming fan demand, he will embark on a second edition of his top-selling North American What Dreams May Come Tour. The second edition of the North American What Dreams May Come Tour will feature additional Canadian dates as well as new US dates.
The second edition of the North American What Dreams May Come Tour will kickoff on January 14th at PNE Forum in Vancouver BC and conclude on Saturday, February 1st at Mashantucket, CT at Foxwoods Casino. The ten city tour will make stops at major cities across North America including Vancouver, Montreal and Washington D.C. amongst others.
The crowning performance for the second edition of the North American What Dreams May Come Tour will be J.Cole’s performance at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden, taking place on J.Cole’s birthday, January 28th, during Super Bowl Week.
J.Cole’s 2013 touring year can only be described as a smash success. The celebrated recording artist and producer kicked off the first leg of his What Dreams May Come Tour on Tuesday, September 10th with a sold out crowd of 4,000 plus fans at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, FL and hasn’t stopped since. Proving that the opening night was not just a fluke, J.Cole went on to sell over 90,000 tickets in the US, with sold out multiple nights in San Francisco and Toronto and his long awaited show in Los Angeles selling out within minutes. J.Cole also became the first hip-hop artist to play the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, whose past performers include Celine Dion. J.Cole is currently on the European leg of his What Dreams May Come Tour.
Although venues are expected to sell out quickly, tickets for the second edition of What Dreams May Come Tour will go on sale on Friday, November 15th at 10:00 am. Tickets are available through www.jcolemusic.com as well as local box-offices.
The charitable partner for the second edition of the What Dreams May Come Tour is J.Cole’s Dreamville Foundation, with a portion from every concert ticket sold going to the registered 501c3. Created by J.Cole in 2011, The Dreamville Foundation’s mission is to reveal to youth their limitless potential through life-altering experiences. Since its inception, the organization has been dedicated to uplifting youth in Fayetteville through book clubs, essay contests and community events. Fans who would like to make additional donations to the non-profit can do so by visiting http://www.thedreamvillefoundation.org/.
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