J. Cole Partners With Amazon Music for Livestream Coverage of Dreamville Festival 2022
J. Cole's Dreamville Festival will return to Raleigh, North Carolina on April 2, and those who will not be able to attend are in luck.
Dreamville struck a deal with Amazon Music’s Rotation to broadcast the festival.
“In just a few short years, J. Cole has made Dreamville Festival into one of the preeminent hip-hop moments of the year, hosting performances from the hottest up-and-coming artists and established talents,” says Tim Hinshaw, Amazon Music's Hip Hop and R&B director.
“We at Rotation have worked to make Amazon Music the home for these kinds of activations and I can’t wait to bring Dreamville Festival into the homes of Hip Hop and R&B fans around the globe.”
The Dorothea Dix Park live stream will be hosted by decorated journalist Rob Markman, former Everyday Struggle co-host Wayno, Gia Peppers, and DJ Mode.
You can watch the festival's broadcast on the Amazon Music app, Amazon Music's Twitch channel, and Amazon Prime Video on April 2 and April 3.
On Dreamville Festival's star-studded lineup are J. Cole, Wale, Ja Rule & Ashanti, DJ Drama with T.I., Jeezy, Lil Wayne, in addition to Lil Baby, T-Pain, HipHopDX 2022 Rising Star BIA and more.
Tickets for the festival are still available for $300 for two-day general admission.