J.Cole’s “4 Your Eyez Only Tour” Is Ready, Set, Go With Tour Dates


It’s time for Cole World to take a trip around the World.

J. Cole has just announced that he will be going out on the road in support of his platinum “4 Your Eyez Only” album this summer. The tour, which takes it’s name from the parent album, will not only be a nationwide tour, but a full out World Tour. This is big news for just another kid from out Fayetteville NC. The tour kicks off on June 1 in Columbia, South Carolina and winds its way around North America temporarily ending in August down in Dallas, then picking back up across international waters in September in Denmark.

The initial shows of this tour will be a little bit different, as they are all performed in a more intimate setting, before pulling out the full production and hopping over to full fledged arenas. “Eyez Only” is Cole’s first time touring since his sellout 2015 Forest Hills Drive Tour.

American Express card holders have the special privilege to snag tickets before anyone else in select markets before the general public starting Tuesday, Feb. 21 at noon local time through Thursday, February 23 at 10 p.m. local time. If you’re a major fan of Jermaine, you can take advantage of his fan presale going down on his official website Feb. 22nd. For those of us who aren’t special enough to have AMex cards and are general public, we will have to wait until 10 AM Friday, Feb. 24 before we can make an attempt at getting tickets. As always, he makes the ticket prices affordable for folks with the lowest selling ticket starting at $26.50 in some markets.

J. Cole’s 4 “Your Eyez Only Tour” Dates 2017:

Jun. 1 – Columbia, SC The Music Farm
Jun. 2 – Jacksonville, FL Maverick’s
Jun. 3 – Tallahassee, FL Potbelly’s
Jun. 5 – Jackson, MS Hal and Mal’s
Jun. 6 – Birmingham, AL Avondale
Jun. 7 – Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre
Jun. 9 – Little Rock, AR Metroplex
Jun. 11 – Kansas City, MO Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
Jun. 13 – St. Louis, MO The Pageant
Jun. 14 – Memphis, TN New Daisy Theatre
Jun. 15 – Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
Jun. 17 – Norfolk, VA The Norva
Jun. 18 – Greensboro, NC Cone Denim Entertainment Center
Jul. 6 – Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena
Jul. 8 – Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
Jul. 9 – Anaheim, CA Honda Center
Jul. 11 – Los Angeles, CA The Forum
Jul. 15 – Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
Jul. 17 – Seattle, WA Key Arena
Jul. 18 – Vancouver, BC Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
Jul. 21 – St, Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center
Jul. 23 – Detroit, MI The Palace of Auburn Hills
Jul. 24 – Chicago, IL United Center
Jul. 28 – Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
Aug. 1 – Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center
Aug. 4 – Boston, MA TD Garden
Aug. 5 – Uniondale, NY The New Coliseum Presented by NYCB
Aug. 6 – Baltimore, MD Royal Farms Arena
Aug. 8 – Washington, DC Verizon Center
Aug. 9 – Charlotte, MC Spectrum Center
Aug. 11 – Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Arena
Aug. 14 – Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
Aug. 16 – Orlando, FL Amway Center
Aug. 18 – Houston, TX Toyota Center
Aug. 19 – Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center
Aug. 20 – Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
Sept. 29 – Copenhagen Denmark Tap1
Sept. 30 – Oslo, Norway Spektrum
Oct. 1 – Stockholm, Sweden Annexet
Oct. 3 – Cologne, Germany Palladium
Oct. 5 – Amsterdam, Holland Ziggo Dome
Oct. 6 – Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle
Oct. 7 Offenbach, Germany Stadthalle Offenbach
Oct. 9 – Zurich, Switzerland Samsung Hall
Oct. 10 – Paris, France Le Zénith Paris- La Villette
Oct. 12 – Nottingham, UK Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 14 – Birmingham, UK Barclaycard Arena
Oct. 15 – London, UK The O2 Arena
Oct. 18 – Dubin, Ireland 3Arena
Oct. 20 – Cardiff, UK Motorpoint Arena
Oct. 21 – Manchester, UK Manchester Arena
Oct. 22 – Leeds, UK First Direct Arena
Dec 1 – Auckland, New Zealand Vector Arena
Dec 2 – Brisbane, Australia Riverstage
Dec 5 – Sydney, Australia Hordern Pavillion
Dec 6 – Melbourne, Australia Margaret Court Arena
Dec 9 – Perth, Australia HBF Stadium

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