J Cole Tour News and Updates
Following the immediate success of his sophomore album ‘Born Sinner
’, J. Cole announced a 33-City tour titled What Dreams May Come. Rapper Wale will open for Cole on tour; his latest album ‘The Gifted’ has also been well received by critics and fans. The fall J. Cole tour opens in Miami Beach at the James Knight Center on September 10 and wraps in Seattle at Paramount Theatre on October 30. Unlike his last tour Dollar & Dream that was played in intimate settings, the WDMC tour will play theatres in large markets like Boston’s Agganis Arena, Chicago’s Arie Crown Theater, and Detroit’s Jack White Theatre at Masonic Temple. Aside from J. Cole’s tour dates, the North Carolina native will perform at both Rock the Bells
and the iHeartRadio Music Festival
in September, in addition to College campuses across the States.
J. Cole tickets are averaging $137. The priciest show is in Jacksonville at Times Union Center for Performing Arts (avg. $325), followed by the J. Cole Kansas City concert at Midland Theatre (avg. $219). In comparison, Drake tickets
for his 41-City Would You Like a Tour?
with R&B singer Miguel and rapper Future cost an average of $178.