J. Cole's Dreamville Festival Rescheduled for April 2019

J. Cole's Dreamville Festival Rescheduled for April 2019


The inaugural Dreamville Festival needed to be canceled final week (Sept. 10) due to the inclement climate circumstances as a consequence of Hurricane Florence. Acting rapidly, the report label confirmed Friday (Sept. 21) that the 2018 Dreamville Festival has been efficiently rescheduled to April 6 of 2019 at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, North Carolina. 

"We battled with the thought of transferring ahead with the competition presently or formally canceling the occasion. But after receiving unwavering help from the followers and the group, we’re excited to announce Dreamville Festival will now happen on April 6, 2019," Dreamville Records president Ibrahim Hamad stated in a press launch.

The launch goes on to state that those that bought tickets for the unique date may have the choice to maintain their current tickets that will likely be honored as soon as once more, or they might get a refund, which will likely be granted in full if requested by Oct. 5. The star-studded lineup of performers included J. Cole, Young Thug, SZA, Big Sean, Nelly, Teyana Taylor and plenty of others.

Following Hurricane Florence's storms tearing by means of the East Coast, the North Carolina-bred rapper's nonprofit group, The Dreamville Foundation, determined to take motion and assist help the reeling residents in Cole's hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Thirty inches of rain induced greater than 900,000 energy outages within the space and various relocations. Food stations and momentary housing choices have been strategically positioned all through town for households in want. 

Check out the official announcement concerning the competition's rescheduling under.