J. Cole’s Dreams Keep Coming

J. Cole has booked a second leg of North American dates for his What Dreams May Come Tour, citing “overwhelming fan demand.” He’s not joking around. The fall tour sold more than 90,000 tickets in the U.S., including his Los Angeles stop that sold out in minutes.

The rapper, who is currently touring Europe, is hitting up stage after stage to show off his second studio album. Born Sinner was released in June, reaching No. 1 on the Nielsen SoundScan chart.     

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iHeartRadio Music Festival, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.

J. Cole will be spending his 29th birthday playing NYC’s Madison Square Garden. The new set of dates includes a handful of additional East Coast dates and more than half a dozen gigs throughout the provinces.  
Here’s the itinerary:

Jan. 14 – Vancouver, British Columbia, P.N.E. Forum     
Jan. 16 – Edmonton, Alberta, Shaw Conference Centre     
Jan. 17 – Calgary, Alberta, The Big Four Building     
Jan. 18 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, O’Brian’s Event 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., Theater At Madison Square Garden     
Jan. 30 – Washington, D.C., DAR Constitution Hall     
Feb. 1 – Mashantucket, Conn., Foxwoods Resort Casino & MGM Grand At Foxwoods

Tickets go on sale Nov. 15. A portion of every ticket sold will go to J. Cole’s Dreamville Foundation, which was created in 2011 to inspire youth to reach their limitless potential through experiences including book clubs, essay contests and community events.
For more information visit JColeMusic.com and click here for the Dreamville Foundation’s website.