J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival Rescheduled For April; Artist Lineup Coming Soon

“Mannn. Due to this Hurricane heading to NC, we have to cancel Dreamville Festival,” Cole wrote on Twitter. “We’re working to get another date, but right now safety is most important. I appreciate everybody that was headed to rock with us. 30,000 + were expected.”
“Rest assured, we are doing everything in our power to make this event happen at a later time and we hope to share details regarding a possible new event date as soon as we possibly can,” a statement from organizers sent to Pollstar read. “J. Cole, Dreamville, ScoreMore Shows, and our entire festival team have been working with the City of Raleigh for more than three years to bring this new music event to life, so this is without a doubt one of the hardest decisions we have ever had to make. We know that many of you traveled from out of town, and that you too share in our disappointment. At the end of the day though, we truly love and care about our fans, and their safety and security will always be our number one priority.”
All tickets will be 100 percent refunded according to the organizers.
 J. Cole grossed just shy of $27 million on his last  North American run, according to ICM Partners agent Robert Gibbs told Pollstar, while Dreamville label artists “J.I.D and Earthgang are playing everywhere from El Paso, Texas, to Salt Lake City – to Minneapolis, to Calgary, Alberta. So when we talk about hip hop hitting markets and growing, these guys are a prime example.” Pollstar has J. Cole’s worldwide 2017 touring grossing $35.6 million, putting him at No. 60 on the Year End Top 100 Worldwide chart.