J.Cole is a Jay-Z-affiliated rapper who possesses skills for both rapping and producing. He was also a young prodigy. Cole started rapping at the ripe age of 12. (Though he didn’t get “serious” about it until later, when he was 15.) Fifteen years and three studio albums later (Cole World: The Sideline Story, Born Sinner, and 2014 Forest Hills Drive), he’s making appearances on Conan and getting blogged about by the Wall Street Journal. How’s that for prodigy? This year J. Cole will tour with Big Sean. His Forest Hills Drive Tour tour kicks off in March 2015 and Cole will visit 46 cities. Don’t miss a J. Cole concert near you; get your J Cole tickets today from Razorgator!
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8/4/15 - You ever know what rapper J Cole will do next, and now you can add acting to that list of credits. He recently took time away from his ongoing Forest Hills Driver Tour with co-headliner Big Sean to star in a short film called “Off The Grid.” The movie was created by a Swiss company called Bally to promote a brand new line of backpacks and hiking boots. The short chronicles J Cole as he escapes a world obsessed with connectivity in search of raw, musical inspiration. He travels through the jungles of Jamaica and even visits reggae legend Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studios. Don’t miss what this rap star will do next when he takes the stage at the Xfinity Center-MA in Mansfield, MA tonight.
7/28/15 - Jermaine Cole has one of those stories that make you believe in the American Dream. Lately, he has been sharing some of that story on stage while on tour. He has recently reminisced about looking at stadiums and daydreaming about filling them with screaming fans. “It’s crazy. So ridiculous. It’s insane,” he commented about his first headlining show at Madison Square Garden. Now known as J. Cole, he is a fun artist to watch not only because he is extremely talented, but also because he appreciates what he has. He will continue fulfilling his dreams and pleasing fans across the country through the month of August. On Sunday, the 2nd, he will be at Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto. Get your tickets today for $128 and up.
7/14/15 - When J. Cole took the stage at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in North Carolina, he may have underestimated his growing popularity. He asked the stage crew to turn up the lights so that he could take in a view of the entire 22,000-member audience. Visibly surprised and left in awe at the scene, the rapper went on to put on a great show that left every single person in attendance in no doubt of his talent. His most recent album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, has been certified Platinum and was the focus of the set. The record has been called “a journey” by J. Cole, and the songs are certainly worth hearing live. Pick up your tickets for his upcoming concert in Chula Vista, California on Friday (July 17). The show will be held at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre and we have your tickets starting at $72.
4/3/15 - It’s been a good year for J Cole so far, and he got some great news this week to add to his growing list of accomplishments. The artist’s third album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, meaning it has sold over one million copies. It is the first hip-hop album in over 25 years to earn the accolade without any feature tracks, which only adds to the importance of the milestone. The rapper will be in concert this weekend. On Friday night he will appear at The National in Richmond, VA. Saturday will put him at the Water Street Music Hall in Rochester, NY. The Lupos Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI will then host him on Tuesday, April 7.
3/16/15 - In today’s world, it can be easy to overlook true musical talent amidst the masses of artists trying to make it in the business. Luckily, J. Cole wasn’t looked over, but has risen to stardom thanks to endorsements from artists like Jay Z and Drake. The young hip-hop artist’s latest album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, was released on vinyl this Tuesday. The record is named after the address of his childhood home in North Carolina, and the cover features photographs of the house where he wrote some of his first raps and first decided to pursue a career in music. You can hear him perform live as he is currently traveling in support of the album. The House of Blues in New Orleans, LA will welcome him this Monday, March 23. Tickets cost $91.
3/10/15 - Platinum selling and Grammy nominated hip-hop artist J. Cole recently added another stop on his 2014 Forest Hills Drive Tour. The rapper will bring his action-packed tour to Sin City when he visits the AXIS at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV on July 18. The celebrated R&B singer has confirmed that he will be joined on stage by friends and fellow artists Bas, Cozz, and Omen of Dreamville as well as special guests YG and Jeremiah. Big Sean is also co-headlining the performances beginning on July 12 at the White River Amphitheater in Auburn, WA. Shows are selling out rapidly, but we still have several tickets at varying prices available for most shows. Be sure to get yours before they’re gone!
3/5/15 - Hip hop sensation J. Cole kicked off his three-part 2015 Forest Hills Drive Tour with a bang at the sold out McDonald Theatre in Eugene, OR on Monday night. The tour and his latest album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive. are named after the house and address where he grew up. He was extremely engaged with the audience, stopping periodically to talk to fans and even taking song requests. He bared his soul on stage, discussing everything from ex-lovers to his ailing mother. The show wasn’t all talk, of course. Cole also performed popular hits “No Rold Modelz” and “Love Yourz.” He sang with emotion and focused on the music with a stripped down, simple set up. Cole’s next stop is Santa Ana, CA where he will perform at The Observatory on March 8.
2/26/2015 - J. Cole and Big Sean are ready to hit the road, kicking off the
The Forest Hills Drive Tour in less than a week. With J. Cole tickets going on sale February 27th, it's sure to be one of the hottest hip concerts of the spring and summer from New York to Los Angeles. March 4th to August 29th 2015, J. Cole and Big Sean will team up in 46 North American cities, singing hits like "Apparently," "No Role Modelz," "One Man Can Change the World" and "Blessings."
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.