J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival is returning to Raleigh, North Carolina the weekend of April 2 and those who won’t have the chance to be in attendance are in luck. Dreamville struck a deal with Amazon Music’s Rotation on Monday (March 28) to broadcast the festival.
“In just a few short years, J. Cole has made Dreamville Festival into one of the preeminent hip-hop moments of the year, hosting performances from the hottest up-and-coming artists and established talents,” said Tim Hinshaw, head of Hip Hop and R&B for Amazon Music.
“We at Rotation have worked to make Amazon Music the home for these kinds of activations and I can’t wait to bring Dreamville Festival into the homes of Hip Hop and R&B fans around the globe.”
Hosts tapped for the Dorothea Dix Park live stream include decorated journalist Rob Markman, former Everyday Struggle co-host Wayno, Gia Peppers and DJ Mode.
Look for the festival’s broadcast on April 2 and April 3 on the Amazon Music app, Amazon Music’s Twitch channel and Amazon Prime Video.
Dreamville Festival’s star-studded lineup finds appearances from J. Cole, Wale, Ja Rule + Ashanti, DJ Drama with T.I., Jeezy and Lil Wayne, in addition to Lil Baby, T-Pain, HipHopDX 2022 Rising Star BIA and more.
? @Dreamvillefest Set times are here! Also, let’s give a warm welcome to the homie @wizkhalifa now added to perform the classic project “Kush & Orange Juice” ??
Tickets ? at https://t.co/ITmdFBZ6W7 ☁️? pic.twitter.com/hSsIfiZsEX
— Dreamville (@Dreamville) March 26, 2022
For those still without passes, two-day general admission tickets are still available for the festival at $300.