The Dreamville Festival is coming back for another year. The festival will be returning to Raleigh, N.C. on Apr. 4.
J. Cole and the Dreamville Fest official twitter page, made the announcement today (Dec. 10). They tweeted, “2020 is about to be legendary. Tickets on sale tomorrow at 12 pm EST at dreamvillefest.com.” Ibrahim Hamad, President of Dreamville Records and Cole’s manager, released a statement. “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,” he said. “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.”
According to Billboard, “A limited amount of discounted tickets is currently available through a pre-sale code that can be obtained through Dreamville’s website. Tickets hit the general public starting on Wednesday (Dec. 11) at noon E.T. The entire lineup taking over Dorothea Dix Park will be curated by J. Cole and unveiled early next year.”
J. Cole recently celebrated the five-year anniversary of his 2014 Forest Hills Drive album. He tweeted, “A day late but. Forest Hills Drive just turnt 5 years old. I feel big big gratitude for the year spent making it and for all the love shown to it. Shit crazy thank you God.”
Last year’s Dreamville Fest drew over 40,000 attendees and featured performances from artists like SZA, 21 Savage, Big Sean, 6lack, Ari Lennox, and Teyana Taylor. A portion of this year’s ticket sales will be donated to the Dreamville Foundation and the Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy. For more information regarding information about the event, ticket sales, or updates on the line festival line up, visit the official website at www.dreamvillefest.com.