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J. Cole headlines his 1st Tour

J. Cole has announced his 1st world tour....kind of interesting since his debut album Cole World: The Sideline Story, doesnt drop until September 27th...nonetheless he does have a huge fan base from his mixtape success. Check out the tour dates after the jump.



COLE WORLD…WORLD TOUR
August 23rdVancouver, BC (Vogue)
August 25thEdmonton, AB (Edmonton Events Centre)
August 27thCalgary, AB (Flames Central)
August 30thSaskatoon, SK (Odeon Theatre)
August 31stWinnipeg, MB (Garrick Center)
September 3rdToronto, ON (Sound Academy)
September 6thLondon, ON (Music Hall London)
September 7thMontreal, QC (Club Soda)
September 10thOrlando, FL (The Beacham Theatre)
September 11thMiami, FL (Revolutions)
September 14thHouston, TX (Warehouse Live)
September 15thNew Orleans, LA (House of Blues)
September 16thDallas, TX (Southside Music Hall)
September 17thAustin, TX (Emos)
September 19thDenver, CO (The Ogden)
September 20thAlbuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theater)
September 21stPhoenix, AZ (The Venue)
September 22ndLos Angeles, CA (Club Nokia)
September 23rdSan Francisco, CA (Regency)
September 29thWinston Salem, NC (Winston Salem State University)
October 2ndAtlanta, GA (Tabernacle)
October 4thCleveland, OH (House of Blues)
October 6thKalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo State Theatre)
October 7thDetroit, MI (Royal Oak)
October 8thMilwaukee, WI (The Rave)
October 9thChicago, IL (House of Blues)
October 12thPhiladelphia, PA (Electric Factory)
October 13thCharlotte, NC (Fillmore)
October 14thNorfolk, VA (Old Dominion University)
October 15thElizabeth City, NC (Elizabeth City State University)
October 16thMyrtle Beach, SC (House of Blues)
October 19thWashington, DC (Fillmore)
October 20thBaltimore, MD (Sound Stage)
October 21stAlbany, NY (Armory)
October 22ndWorcester, MA (Palladium)
October 23rdProvidence, RI (Lupo's)
October 25thNew York, NY (Best Buy Theatre)
October 31stLiverpool, UK (Echo Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour)
November 1stNew Castle, UK (Metro Radio Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour)
November 2ndGlasgow, UK (SECC/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour)
November 4thLondon, UK (O2 Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour)
November 5thBournemouth, UK (BIC/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour)
November 6thBirmingham, UK (LG Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour)
November 7thManchester, UK (MEN Arena/Tinie Tempah UK Arena Tour)
November 8thCardiff, UK (Motorpoint Arena/ Tinie Tempah UK Arena Tour)
November 11thLondon, UK (Electric Ballroom)
November 12thBirmingham, UK (Institute)
November 13thCardiff, UK (Solus)
November 14thSouth Hampton, UK (University)
November 17thGlasgow, UK (ABC)
November 18thLiverpool, UK (Academy)
November 19thSheffield, UK (Academy)
November 20thManchester, UK (Academy 2)
November 22ndCambridge, UK (Junction)
November 24thBristol, UK (Academy)
November 26thNorway (Waterfront / UEA)
November 30thBrussels, Belgium (VK*)
December 1stAmsterdam, Holland (Melkweg)
December 2ndGermany (TBD)
December 3rdCopenhagen, Denmark (VEGA)
December 4thMalmo, Sweden (Babel)
December 6thGothenburg, Sweden (Parken)
December 7thStockholm, Sweden (Nalen)
December 8thOslo, Norway (Rockefeller)
December 10thBerlin, Germany (TBD)
December 12thParis, France (La Cigale)

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