Multi-platinum-selling artist J. Cole announced today that he will hit the road for a 57-city world tour. The “4 Your Eyez Only” Tour kicks off in South Carolina with a run of thirteen small, intimate shows before going into Live Nation arenas in North America and the U.K., along with a mix of arena and theatre dates in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
The North Carolina-bred Cole is touring in support of his fourth album, the Platinum-certified 4 Your Eyez Only, which debuted at No. 1 on theBillboard Top 200 chart in December. Each of its ten tracks has notched a place on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The "4 Your Eyez Only Tour” follows Cole’s 2015 "Forest Hills Drive Tour," which was the highest-selling hip-hop tour of that year, after which Cole embarked on an international festival run in 2016.
Friday December 1st: Vector Arena, Auckland
Saturday December 2nd: Riverstage, Brisbane
Tuesday December 5th: Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Wednesday December 6th: Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne
Saturday December 9th: HBF Stadium, Perth
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