J. Cole announces world tour, in Charlotte on August 9

By CLTure News

February 21, 2017

Fayetteville, North Carolina’s, J. Cole will hit the road this year with 57 dates on his world tour supporting his latest album released in December,  4 Your Eyez Only.

The album was well received by fans and the 32-year-old rapper and label owner (Dreamville), J. Cole has been busy with a recent documentary on HBO, and signing new talent like J.I.D, Ari Lenox, and Charlotte’s own, Lute. With a deep Dreamville roster that already includes artists Bas, Omen, and Cozz, this tour is sure to make 2017 a big year for the Carolina rapper and Roc Nation recording artist.

J. Cole comes to Charlotte on August 9 to the Spectrum Center. Tickets on sale Friday, February 24.

2017 Tour Dates: 

June 1 – Columbia, SC at The Music Farm
June 2 – Jacksonville, FL at Maverick’s
June 3 – Tallahassee, FL at Potbelly’s
June 5 – Jackson, MS at Hal and Mal’s
June 6 – Birmingham, AL at Avondale
June 7 – Baton Rouge, LA at Varsity Theatre
June 9 – Little Rock, AR at Metroplex
June 11 – Kansas City, MO at Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
June 13 – St. Louis, MO at The Pageant
June 14 – Memphis, TN at New Daisy Theatre
June 15 – Louisville, KY at Mercury Ballroom
June 17 – Norfolk, VA at The Norva
June 18 – Greensboro, NC at Cone Denim Entertainment Center
July 6 – Phoenix, AZ at Talking Stick Resort Arena
July 8 – Las Vegas, NV at MGM Grand Garden Arena
July 9 – Anaheim, CA at Honda Center
July 11 – Los Angeles, CA at The Forum
July 15 – Oakland, CA at Oracle Arena
July 17 – Seattle, WA at Key Arena
July 18 – Vancouver, BC at Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
July 21 – St, Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center
July 23 – Detroit, MI at The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 24 – Chicago, IL at United Center
July 28 – Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
August 1 – Brooklyn, NY at Barclays Center
August 4 – Boston, MA at TD Garden
August 5 – Uniondale, NY at  The New Coliseum
August 6 – Baltimore, MD at Royal Farms Arena
August 8 – Washington, DC at Verizon Center
August 9 – Charlotte, NC at Spectrum Center
August 11 – Atlanta, GA at Infinite Energy Arena
August 14 – Miami, FL at American Airlines Arena
August 16 – Orlando, FL at Amway Center
August 18 – Houston, TX at Toyota Center
August 19 – Austin, TX at Frank Erwin Center
August 20 – Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center

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