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J. Cole Announces Massive World Tour

J. Cole Announces Massive World Tour

In six days, J. Cole heads out on an absolutely huge international tour that kicks off in Canada. It then moves through the U.S. until late in October when the Fayetteville, N.C. native takes to the U.K. for some gigs with Tinie Tempah. Cole has plenty of solo U.K. shows, though, along with a bunch more throughout the rest of Europe. The only concern we have is whether or not he decides to let us know about two weeks into the tour that his debut, Cole World: The Sideline Story, isn't actually dropping Sept. 27.

You can view the tour dates and the "Work Out" video below.

08.23 Vancouver, BC: Vogue
08.25 Edmonton, AB: Edmonton Events Centre
08.27 Calgary, AB: Flames Central
08.30 Saskatoon, SK: Odeon Theatre
08.31 Winnipeg, MB: Garrick Center
09.03 Toronto, ON: Sound Academy
09.06 London, ON: Music Hall London
09.07 Montreal, QC: Club Soda
09.10 Orlando, FL: The Beacham Theatre
09.11 Miami, FL: Revolutions
09.14 Houston, TX: Warehouse Live
09.15 New Orleans, LA: House of Blues
09.16 Dallas, TX: Southside Music Hall
09.17 Austin, TX: Emos
09.19 Denver, CO: The Ogden
09.20 Albuquerque, NM: Sunshine Theater
09.21 Phoenix, AZ: The Venue
09.22 Los Angeles, CA: Club Nokia
09.23 San Francisco, CA: Regency
09.29 Winston Salem, NC: Winston Salem State University
10.02 Atlanta, GA: Tabernacle
10.04 Cleveland, OH: House of Blues
10.06 Kalamazoo, MI: Kalamazoo State Theatre
10.07 Detroit, MI: Royal Oak
10.08 Milwaukee, WI: The Rave
10.09 Chicago, IL: House of Blues
10.12 Philadelphia, PA: Electric Factory
10.13 Charlotte, NC: Fillmore
10.14 Norfolk, VA: Old Dominion University
10.15 Elizabeth City, NC: Elizabeth City State University
10.16 Myrtle Beach, SC: House of Blues
10.19 Washington, DC: Fillmore
10.20 Baltimore, MD: Sound Stage
10.21 Albany, NY: Armory
10.22 Worcester, MA: Palladium
10.23 Providence, RI: Lupo’s
10.25 New York, NY: Best Buy Theatre
10.31 Liverpool, UK: Echo Arena*
11.01 New Castle, UK: Metro Radio Arena*
11.02 Glasgow, UK: SECC*
11.04 London, UK: O2 Arena*
11.05 Bournemouth, UK: BIC*
11.06 Birmingham, UK: LG Arena*
11.07 Manchester, UK: MEN Arena*
11.08 Cardiff, UK: Motorpoint Arena*
11.11 London, UK: Electric Ballroom
11.12 Birmingham, UK: Institute
11.13 Cardiff, UK: Solus
11.14 South Hampton, UK: University
11.17 Glasgow, UK: ABC
11.18 Liverpool, UK: Academy
11.19 Sheffield, UK: Academy
11.20 Manchester, UK: Academy 2
11.22 Cambridge, UK: Junction
11.24 Bristol, UK: Academy
11.26 Norway: Waterfront / UEA
11.30 Brussels, Belgium: VK*
12.01 Amsterdam, Holland: Melkweg
12.02 Germany: TBD
12.03 Copenhagen, Denmark: VEGA
12.04 Malmo, Sweden: Babel
12.06 Gothenburg, Sweden: Parken
12.07 Stockholm, Sweden: Nalen
12.08 Oslo, Norway: Rockefeller
12.10 Berlin, Germany: TBD
12.12 Paris, France: La Cigale

*with Tinie Tempah

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