J. Cole has announced a tour with Wale called "What Dreams May Come".
J. Cole and Wale just released a pretty huge track together, but it seems they have a little bit more up their sleeve. J. Cole just tweeted what appears to be the flyer for an upcoming tour with himself and Wale. Cole has also announced the first wave of dates for the "What Dreams May Come Tour," which kicks off September 10th in Miami.
Check out the flyer, and initial list of dates in the gallery above, and listen to the duo's most recent collaboration below.
Dates. More to be announced. pic.twitter.com/thhd40Gvcq— J. Cole (@JColeNC) July 29, 2013
[UPDATE: European Tour Dates Announced For "What Dreams May Come Tour"]
J. Cole isn't leaving his fans overseas out of his tour, which kicked off for the U.S. seven days ago. Today European tour dates have been revealed, Cole will make his way to Copenhagen on November 10th, and he'll finish up in Dublin on December 1st.
Peep the tour flyer for the Europe dates in the gallery above.
[UPDATE #2: J. Cole Adds More North American Tour Dates]
After tacking on some dates overseas for his "What Dreams May Come" tour, J. Cole isn't done just yet and has announced a second string of North American tour dates.
These dates will follow the European tour which is currently happening, and kick off January 14th in Vancouver, Canada before wrapping up February 1st in Mashantucket, CT.
Check out the second edition of "What Dreams May Come" tour dates below.
Jan. 14 — Vancouver, BC, Canada (PNE Forum)
Jan. 16 — Edmonton, AB, Canada (Shaw Event Centre)
Jan. 17 — Calgary, AB, Canada (The Big 4)
Jan. 18 — Saskatoon, SK, Canada (The Odeon Events Centre)
Jan. 19 — Winnipeg, MB, Canada (Burton Cummings Theatre)
Jan. 22 — London, ON, Canada (London Music Hall)
Jan. 23 — Montreal, QC, Canada (Metropolis)
Jan. 28 — New York, NY (The Theater @ Madison Square Garden)
Jan. 30 — Washington, DC (DAR Constituion Hall)
Feb. 1 — Mashantucket, CT (Foxwoods Casino)