Dreamville Fest is back once again, as April 1 and 2, 2023 dates have been announced for the concert festival in Raleigh.
Fayetteville native J. Cole started the Dreamville Festival back in 2018, with a successful first run – after hurricane delays moved that first one to 2019.
In social media posts, the festival announced: “April 1 + 2, 2023 Be the first to get presale tickets password by signing up for fest info at dreamvillefest.com.”
The festival – held annually at Dorothea Dix Park in North Carolina’s capital city – has become one of the biggest music events in North Carolina.
“If you’ve never been, imagine a large-scale multi-stage festival featuring performances from some of the biggest names in music merged with a family-style cookout where everyone feels welcome and has a seat at the table,” the festival proudly says on its website. “ALL are welcome at Dreamville Festival!”
Typically, J. Cole has had all of the artists from his record label in the lineup, as well as a wide variety of other major Hip-Hop and R&B artists. The 2022 edition had a stacked lineup: Blxst, EarthGang, Fivio Foreign, Ja Rule + Ashanti, J.I.D, Kehlani, Lil’ Baby, Lute, Mereba, Mikhala Jene, Morray, Wizkid, Ari Lennox, Bas, Bia, Cozz, DJ Drama + Lil’ Wayne + Jeezy + T.I., J. Cole, Larry June, Moneybagg Yo, Rico Nasty, Omen, T-Pain, The Hics and Wale.
The lineup for the 2023 Dreamville Festival will likely be announced early next year.