J. Cole Announces 'What Dreams May Come' Tour

J. Cole and Wale are teaming up for the "What Dreams May Come" tour this fall. Find out if the tour stops at a city near you.

J. Cole has revealed the dates for his "What Dreams May Come" tour.

The tour, which will also feature rapper Wale, kicks off Sept. 10 in Miami and carries on through October, stopping in Charlotte, St. Louis, Chicago, Boston, Cleveland, Atlanta, Toronto, Detroit, Kansas City, Houston, Austin, Las Vegas, San Fransciso and other cities. Check out the dates below.

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J. Cole What Dreams May Come Tour

J. Cole has revealed the dates for his "What Dreams May Come" tour.

The tour, which will also feature rapper Wale, kicks off Sept. 10 in Miami and carries on through October, stopping in Charlotte, St. Louis, Chicago, Boston, Cleveland, Atlanta, Toronto, Detroit, Kansas City, Houston, Austin, Las Vegas, San Fransciso and other cities. Check out the dates below.

The trek is promoting Born Sinner, the North Carolina native's sophomore album, which was released earlier this year, has already sold more than 500,000 copies and spun the hit single "Power Trip," featuring R&B singer Miguel. And the Roc Nation rapper hasn't slowed down since. He wrapped up the Dollar & a Dream tour in June and performed "Crooked Smile" with singer Jennifer Hudson over the weekend at the 2013 Do Something! Awards in Hollywood.

There have been some bumps in the road for J. Cole, however. In July, the MC's controversial lyrics regarding autism on Drake's "Jodeci Freestyle" caused a public outcry. He quickly responded with a lengthy apology on his official website. "To the parents who are fighting through the frustrations that must come with raising a child with severe autism, finding strength and patience that they never knew they had; to the college student with Asperger's syndrome; to all those overcoming autism," he wrote. "You deserve medals, not disrespect. I hope you accept my sincere apology."

Tickets for the What Dreams May Come tour are available via www.axs.com and www.jcolemusic.com. A portion of the tour revenue will go to Cole's non-profit, The Dream Foundation.

Sept. 10: Miami. James L. Knight Center
Sept. 12: Orlando.  Hard Rock Live
Sept. 13: Tampa. David A. Straz Pac
Sept. 14: Jacksonville. Moran Theater
Sept. 15: Augusta, Ga. William B. Bell Auditorium
Sept. 17: Charlotte, N.C. Halton Arena @ UNC Charlotte
Sept. 19: St. Louis. Fabulous Fox Theatre
Sept. 21: Chicago. Arie Crown Theatre
Sept. 22: TBA
Sept. 24: Boston. Agganis Arena @ Boston University
Sept. 25: Philadelphia. The Mann
Sept. 27: Cleveland. State Theatre
Sept. 29: Pittsburgh. Stage AE

Oct. 2: Norfolk, Va. Chrysler Hall
Oct. 4: Atlanta. The Fox Theatre
Oct. 8: Toronto. Massey Hall
Oct. 10: Detroit. Masonic Temple Theatre
Oct. 12: Milwaukee. Eagles Ballroom
Oct. 13: St.Paul and Minneapolis) Myth
Oct. 15: Kansas City, Mo. The Midland By AMC
Oct. 17: New Orleans. Kiefer Uno Lakefront Arena
Oct. 18: Houston. Reliant Arena
Oct. 19: Austin. Austin Music Hall
Oct. 20: Grand Prairie, Texas (Dallas) Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
Oct. 22: Broomfield, Colo. (Denver) 1STBANK Center
Oct. 24: TBA
Oct. 25: Las Vegas. The Colosseum At Caesars Palace
Oct. 27: San Francisco. Warfield Theatre
October: 30 Seattle. Paramount Theatre

Nov. 2: TBA


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