Dreamville Festival 2024: J Cole, Nicki Minaj, SZA, ScHoolboy Q, Chris Brown and More

    Excitement is mounting as the lineup for this year’s Dreamville Festival has been unveiled, promising a weekend filled with unforgettable performances and community spirit. Set to take place at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 6 and April 7, the 2024 edition of the festival is gearing up to be one of the most anticipated events of the year.

    Headlining Saturday’s festivities are none other than SZA, ScHoolboy Q,  and Chris Brown, while J. Cole and Nicki Minaj will close out the weekend on Sunday night, each gracing their respective stages with their unparalleled talents. But the star power doesn’t stop there; the lineup also features heavyweights like Lil Yachty, Rae Sremmurd, Sexyy Red, Teezo Touchdown, Rema, Luh Tyler, J.I.D, Jeremih, Lute, monica, key glock, Bas, Omen, Amaarae, TiaCorine, Chase Shakur, Earthgang, Domani, Cozz, T.I. and Tiny son, and more ensuring a diverse and electrifying musical experience for all attendees.

    Beyond the stellar performances, Dreamville Festival is committed to fostering community, diversity, and inclusivity. Festival-goers can look forward to a wide array of attractions, carnival rides, and immersive art installations, creating an atmosphere that celebrates both music and culture.

    In addition to the main event, Dreamville Fest Weekend will offer a week-long series of free events and educational programs across downtown Raleigh, further enriching the experience for attendees and locals alike. This initiative underscores Dreamville’s dedication to not only providing entertainment but also contributing to the cultural enrichment of the community.

    Adam Roy, Dreamville Cofounder and Festival President, expressed his excitement for the upcoming event, stating, “Some of the biggest names in music will travel to Raleigh in only a few short weeks, bringing about one of the most highly anticipated festivals of the year. Our team looks forward to welcoming all of our Day One fans from around the world back to Dreamville Festival.”

    Moreover, Dreamville Festival isn’t just about music; it’s also about giving back. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the festival’s official charity partners, the Dreamville Foundation and Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy, supporting initiatives that empower and uplift the community.

    The anticipation surrounding Dreamville Festival is palpable, but it’s not the only thing on fans’ minds. Recent discussions surrounding J. Cole’s dominance in the rap game, particularly in comparison to Drake and Kendrick Lamar, have sparked fervent debate. Joe Budden, on his podcast, praised Cole’s prowess and expressed anticipation for his upcoming album, “The Fall Off,” which has been hinted as his last.

    As fans eagerly await the festival and the release of J. Cole’s new album, the excitement continues to build. Dreamville Festival 2024 promises to be an unforgettable experience, celebrating music, community, and the enduring legacy of hip-hop.

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    Queen Suigeneris
    Queen Suigeneris
    Based in Philadelphia, Queen Suigeneris is the Lead Writer for HipHopUntapped. She enjoys reading, poetry, and fashion.

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