J. Cole has had a noteworthy 2013. In just this year, the Born Sinnercrafter went gold with his latest release, continues to get mainstream exposure, the legendary Nas co-signed him publicly with a “Let Nas Down” remix, his single “Power Trip” featuring Miguel was nominated for a 2013 MTV VMA (Best Hip Hop Video), and he even found time to perform at several cities for the Dollar & A Dream Tour.

Cole follows up his last round of performances with the What Dreams May Come Tour. The forthcoming string of shows kicks off in Miami, Florida on September 10 and wraps up on November 2 at an unrevealed location.

The Hip Hop sensation will be performing in his home-state of North Carolina when he hits the stage in Charlotte on September 17.

Another attractive element of the tour is the fact that Maybach Music Group emcee Wale will be performing. J.Cole and Wale helped write Billboard history with Mac Miller and Kanye West when all of their projects contributed to rap albums being in the top three for three consecutive weeks. Two of the history makers are on one bill for “What Dreams May Come Tour”.

The What Dreams May Come Tour dates are below:

09.10   Miami, Fl   James L. Knight Center

09.12   Orlando, Fl   Hard Rock Live

09.13   Tampa, Fl   David A. Straz Pac

09.14   Jacksonville, Fl   Moran Theater

09.15   Augusta, GA   William B. Bell Auditorium

09.17   Charlotte, NC   Halton Arena @ UNC Charlotte

09.19   St. Louis, MO   Fabulous Fox Theatre

09.21   Chicago, IL   Arie Crown Theatre

09.22   TBA

09.24   Boston, MA   Agganis Arena @ Boston University

09.25   Philadelphia, PA   The Mann

09.27   Cleveland, OH   State Theatre

09.29   Pittsburgh, PA   Stage AE  

10.02   Norfolk, VA   Chrysler Hall

10.04   Atlanta, GA   The Fox Theatre

10.08   Toronto, ON   Massey Hall

10.10   Detroit, MI   Masonic Temple Theatre

10.12   Milwaukee, WI   Eagles Ballroom

10.13   St.Paul, MN (Minneapolis)   Myth

10.15   Kansas City, MO   The Midland By AMC

10.17   New Orleans, LA   Kiefer Uno Lakefront Arena

10.18   Houston, TX   Reliant Arena

10.19   Austin, TX   Austin Music Hall

10.20   Grand Prairie, TX (Dallas)   Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie

10.22   Broomfield, CO (Denver)   1STBANK Center

10.24   TBA

10.25   Las Vegas, NV   The Colosseum At Caesars Palace

10.27   San Francisco, CA   Warfield Theatre

10.30   Seattle, WA   Paramount Theatre

11.02   TBA


UPDATE: J. Cole has announced the European tour dates for his “What Dreams May Come Tour.” 

(September 17)

UPDATE #2: J. Cole has added several dates to his “What Dreams May Come Tour.” The additional dates can be viewed below.

Jan. 14 – Vancouver, British Columbia – PNE Forum

Jan. 16 – Edmonton, Alberta – The Shaw Event Centre

Jan. 17 – Calgary, Alberta – The Big 4

Jan. 18 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – The Odeon Events Centre

Jan. 19 – Winnipeg, Manitoba – Burton Cummings Theatre

Jan. 22 – London, Ontario – London Music Hall

Jan. 23 – Montreal, Quebec – Metropolis

Jan. 28 – New York, N.Y. – Theatre at Madison Square Garden

Jan. 30 – Washington, D.C. – DAR Constitution Hall

Feb. 1 – Mashantucket, Conn. – Foxwoods Casino

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