J. Cole, SZA, and Nicki Minaj headline the 2024 Dreamville Festival

The ultimate lineup: Dreamville Festival 2024
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Brace yourselves, music lovers! The 2024 Dreamville Festival is about to set the stage on fire, and it’s bringing an all-star lineup that’ll make your heart skip a beat. J. Cole, the visionary rapper and founder of Dreamville Records, is back with a vengeance, and this time, he’s enlisted some heavy hitters to join him in the heart of North Carolina.

"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," Dreamville co-founder and festival president Adam Roy said in a statement. "Our team looks forward to welcoming all of our Day One fans from around the world back to Dreamville Festival."

Dreamville President Adam Roy

The headliners: Unstoppable forces of hip-hop

  1. J. Cole: The hometown hero returns to Raleigh, where it all began. His lyrical prowess and magnetic stage presence promise an unforgettable performance.
  2. SZA: The enchanting songstress, known for her soulful melodies and empowering anthems, will grace the Dreamville stage.
  3. Nicki Minaj: The queen herself, Nicki Minaj, brings her unapologetic energy and chart-topping hits to the festival.
Nicki Minaj
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Supporting acts: A star-studded affair

But wait, there’s more! The Dreamville Festival isn’t just about headliners—it’s a celebration of the entire hip-hop universe.

  • Lil Yachty: The colorful rap sensation.
  • Chris Brown: The dancefloor maestro.
  • ScHoolboy Q: The West Coast storyteller.
  • Sexyy Red: The rising star with a magnetic vibe.
  • Teezo Touchdown: The genre-blending phenomenon.

And that’s just the beginning! The festival grounds will pulsate with beats from Earthgang, Bas, Rae Sremmurd, Rema, Jeezy, Monica, and a host of other talented artists. It’s a musical feast you won’t want to miss.

Mark your calendars for April 6 and 7, as Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh transforms into a hip-hop haven. Tickets are available now on the Dreamville site. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or a curious newcomer, this festival promises memories that’ll last a lifetime.