Dreamville 2020 tickets: How to buy them now.

Dreamville 2020 will be coming back to Dix Park on Saturday, April 4, 2020, and pre-sale tickets are now on sale.

J. Cole’s music festival in Raleigh will be held for a second time at a similar date to last year’s April 6 festival.

The 2020 Dreamville headliners aren’t yet announced, but last year’s lineup included SZA, Nelly, 21Savage, Big Sean, 6LACK, Rapsody, and, of course, J. Cole.

J. Cole will curate the lineup again, which is expected to be released in 2020.

The 2019 festival drew 40,000 people to Dix Park, WRAL reported.

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J. Cole artwork by Sean Kernick from the Dreamville Festival at an exhibit at Transfer Co., curated by Artsplosure.

Getting your Dreamville tickets

Pro tip: I found that the pre-sale screen didn’t come up on mobile, but it did on desktop. [dreamvillefest.com]

You do need to enter in some information such as email address and ZIP code to access the code that will allow you to purchase pre-sale tickets.

Tickets go on sale at noon Wednesday without the pre-sale code.

According to the Dreamville site, here is what included in each level beyond GA (General Admission).

The JV VIP Package includes:

  • “Admission To Dreamville Music Fest 2020
  • Dedicated VIP Entrance
  • VIP Viewing Area
  • VIP Bar
  • Dedicated VIP Restrooms
  • Commemorative VIP Laminate”

The Varsity VIP Package adds:

  • “Commemorative VIP Laminate
  • Dreamville Fest Hat
  • Dreamville Fest Bandana”

The MVP VIP Package includes everything in the JV and Varsity packages, adding:

  • “Access To Premium Viewing Deck
  • Exclusive Super VIP Bar + Lounge Area
  • Exclusive Super VIP Air Conditioned Bathrooms”
  • (And my fave): “Being The Real MVP”

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More about the festival’s history:

J. Cole has North Carolina ties — he was raised in Fayetteville.

The festival was in the works for years before it happened, The News & Observer reported. The first date hurricane-related delays from its original fall 2018 date.

Dreamville 2019 was largely seen as a positive test case for large-scale events in the 300+ acre Dix Park.

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Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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