Raleigh, NC – J. Cole is hosting another Dreamville Fest in 2020. The multi-platinum selling MC and his team have announced their second annual festival will return to Dorothea Dix Park Park in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 4, 2020.

The inaugural Dreamville Fest was held at Raleigh’s Dorothea Dix Park last April after originally being scheduled for September 2018. Hurricane Florence forced the event to be postponed, delaying the festival’s debut until 2019.

“On behalf of the Dreamville team, we couldn’t be more proud to announce the festival’s return to Raleigh and the beautiful state of North Carolina,” Dreamville Records president Ibrahim “IB” Hamad said in a press release. “Being able to experience firsthand the positive and substantial impact that this festival made in the local community was a humbling experience and something I hope we can continue to build upon for years to come.”

Dreamville’s creative director Adam Rodney added, “We, just like our fans, are eager to get Year 2 underway. I look forward to seeing our Dreamville family come out and enjoy the fest again this April.”

Artists scheduled to perform at the second Dreamville Fest will be revealed in early 2020. The entire lineup is being curated by Cole.

A limited number of discounted tickets are on sale now. To gain access, fans must sign up for a presale code on the Dreamville Fest’s website.

General admission tickets and VIP packages officially go on sale on Wednesday (December 11). A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Dreamville Foundation and Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy.

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