J. Cole Announces 4 Your Eyez Only Summer Tour

Oh shit, J. Cole is going on tour this summer and he is hitting some major cities. After his surprise album 4 Your Eyez Only debuted at number one, you knew that he was going to have to do something. You don’t have that kind of insane success with an album then  just take some time off.

The tour will kick off in South Carolina then the 12 shows following it will all be at smaller venues, after that it is arenas only baby.

General sale will start on February 24th at 10 am through the Dreamville website.

Cole’s last tour the  2015 Forest Hills Drive Tour was the highest selling hip-hop tour that year.

Tickets will sell fast so be sure to pick them up right when they come out!

Check out the dates below.

June 1 — Columbia, S.C. — The Music Farm
June 2 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Maverick’s
June 3 — Tallahassee, Fla. — Potbelly’s
June 5 — Jackson, Miss. — Hal and Mal’s
June 6 — Birmingham, Ala. — Avondale
June 7 — Baton Rouge, La. — Varsity Theatre
June 9 — Little Rock, Ark.— Metroplex
June 11 — Kansas City, Mo. — Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
June 13 — St. Louis, Mo. — The Pageant
June 14 — Memphis, Tenn. — New Daisy Theatre
June 15 — Louisville, Ky. — Mercury Ballroom
June 17 — Norfolk, Vir. — The Norva
June 18 — Greensboro, N.C. — Cone Denim Entertainment Center
July 6 — Phoenix, Ariz. — Talking Stick Resort Arena
July 8 — Las Vegas, Nev. — MGM Grand Garden Arena
July 9 — Anaheim, Calif. — Honda Center
July 11 — Los Angeles, Calif. — The Forum
July 15 — Oakland, Calif. — Oracle Arena
July 17 — Seattle, Wash. — Key Arena
July 18 — Vancouver, B.C. — Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
July 21 — St, Paul, Minn. — Xcel Energy Center
July 23 — Detroit, Mich. — The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 24 — Chicago, Ill. — United Center
July 28 — Toronto, Ont. — Air Canada Centre
Aug. 1 — Brooklyn, N.Y. — Barclays Center
Aug. 4 — Boston, Mass. — TD Garden
Aug. 5 — Uniondale, N.Y. — The New Coliseum Presented by NYCB
Aug. 6 — Baltimore, Md. — Royal Farms Arena
Aug. 8 — Washington, D.C. — Verizon Center
Aug. 9 — Charlotte, NC — Spectrum Center
Aug. 11 — Atlanta, Ga. — Infinite Energy Arena
Aug. 14 — Miami, Fla. — American Airlines Arena
Aug. 16 — Orlando, Fla. — Amway Center
Aug. 18 — Houston, Texas — Toyota Center
Aug. 19 — Austin, Texas — Frank Erwin Center
Aug. 20 — Dallas, Texas — American Airlines Center
Sept. 29 — Copenhagen, Den. — Tap1
Sept. 30 — Oslo, Nor. — Spektrum
Oct. 1 — Stockholm, Swe. — Annexet
Oct. 3 — Cologne, Ger. — Palladium
Oct. 5 — Amsterdam, Holl. — Ziggo Dome
Oct. 6 — Berlin, Ger. — Columbiahalle
Oct. 7 — Offenbach, Ger. — Stadthalle Offenbach
Oct. 9 — Zurich, Swi. — Samsung Hall
Oct. 10 — Paris, Fra. — Le Zénith Paris- La Villette
Oct. 12 — Nottingham, U.K. — Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 14 — Birmingham, U.K. — Barclaycard Arena
Oct. 15 — London, U.K. — The O2 Arena
Oct. 18 — Dubin, Ire.— 3Arena
Oct. 20 — Cardiff, U.K. — Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 21 — Manchester, U.K. — Manchester Arena
Oct. 22 — Leeds, U.K.— First Direct Arena
Dec. 1 — Auckland, N.Z. — Vector Arena
Dec. 2 — Brisbane, Aus. — Riverstage
Dec. 5 — Sydney, Aus. — Hordern Pavillion
Dec. 6 — Melbourne, Aus. — Margaret Court Arena
Dec. 9 — Perth, Aus. — HBF Stadium
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