Dreamville 2024: SZA, Chris Brown, J. Cole, Nicki Minaj Set to Headline This Year’s Festival

The annual festival is back at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh next month.

Performer in a long coat and hat singing on stage with a piano on fire in the background
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Performer in a long coat and hat singing on stage with a piano on fire in the background

The full lineup for next month’s Dreamville Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina has been announced.

SZA, Chris Brown, J. Cole, and Nicki Minaj have been enlisted as this year’s headliners for the two-day experience at Dorothea Dix Park. Other confirmed performed include Lil Yachty, Teezo Touchdown, ScHoolboy Q, Jeezy, Monica, Sexyy Red, and more.

In a statement shared in an email to Complex, Dreamville co-founder and festival president Adam Roy underlined the imminent nature of this stacked lineup, which will see more than 25 artists taking the stage.

“Some of the biggest names in music will travel to Raleigh in only a few short weeks, bringing about one of the most highly anticipated festivals of the year," Roy said on Thursday. "Our team looks forward to welcoming all of our Day One fans from around the world back to Dreamville Festival."

See the official flyer below. For more info, hit this link.

Event poster for Dreamville Music Festival featuring artists like J. Cole, Nicki Minaj, Lil Yachty, and SZA among others

News of the lineup reveal for Dreamville Fest’s fourth edition arrives after word that Cole and Drake had added a pair Big As the What? dates in Newark to close out the tour, with Lil Wayne and Lil Durk set to join them at both shows. In fact, those dates, April 4 and April 5 at the Prudential Center, will roll nicely into Dreamville’s two-day Raleigh takeover on April 6 and April 7.

Meanwhile, Cole has a new album on the horizon, marking the follow-up to 2021's The Off-Season. During a recent show with Drake, Cole let fans know he was "at the tail end" of work on The Fall Off.

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