J. Cole and Drake have announced co-headlining tour, but no North Carolina dates

By CLTure

November 13, 2023

Photo: Izzy Nuzzo Photo / Dreamville Fest 2023

Following a Dreamville Fest performance earlier this year, and a two-night tour stop in Charlotte in September, Drake has announced a run of co-headlining arena and stadium tour dates with J. Cole beginning in January. The It’s All a Blur, Big As The What? Tour, named after the lyrics from their most recent collaboration, “First Person Shooter,” from Drake’s eighth studio album, For All The Dogs, will make a stop in Nashville for two nights in February, but no North Carolina dates have been announced.

Drake released one of his signature timestamp songs, “8AM IN CHARLOTTE,” back in October following his September shows in the Queen City, mentioning he and Cole were “gonna put something real special together for Charlotte.” With J. Cole’s Dreamville Fest in Raleigh on April 6-7, it is unlikely the two will make an announcement for Charlotte prior to the festival, since Cole usually headlines the event, but there is still a possibility for sometime later in 2024.

Check out the complete list of tour dates for the It’s All a Blur, Big As The What? Tour below. Cash App Card members will have first access to tickets starting Wednesday, November 15 at 11 a.m. (local time) with the public sale starting Friday, November 17 at 10 a.m. (local time).

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