Dreamville drops its 2024 lineup

The fourth iteration of this festival is coming to Dorothea Dix Park April 6-7. Dreamville has featured the best and brightest in hip-hop and R&B since 2019 thanks to rapper J. Cole.

J. Cole dances on stage

Dreamville Festival has rocked Dorothea Dix Park since 2019.

Photo by Julian Bajsel via Dreamville Festival

Hip-hop and R&B music festival Dreamville is returning to Raleigh’s Dix Park with some of music’s biggest stars and hot up-and-coming artists. Here’s who not to miss and how to snag a coveted ticket before the festival starts April 6-7.

On Saturday, April 6, Grammy award-winning performer SZA and 50 Cent will perform — you might know SZA from her viral hit “Kill Bill” off of her new album “SOS.”

The next day, festival organizer and Fayetteville native J. Cole will headline along with rapper Nicki Minaj who announced her Dreamville performance back in December as part of her “Pink Friday 2" world tour.

Tickets for the festival start at $300 and include access to all these artists + more, plus exclusive photo and merch opportunities, and bragging rights for attending one of 2024’s coolest events.