J. Cole Announces Four-Month World Tour

Robbie Daw | August 17, 2011 12:43 pm

Following his successful trek across the States with Rihanna on her LOUD tour, North Carolina “Work Out” MC J. Cole announced his own headlining jaunt, the Cole World…World Tour, today. The concerts kick off August 23 in Vancouver — a full month ahead of the release of the Roc Nation rapper’s debut LP Cole World: The Sideline Story — and wrap up in Paris on December 12. Additionally, Cole’s site offered up news on his next single, “Can’t Get Enough”:

“The next single up will be the Brian Kidd produced smash, ‘Can’t Get Enough’ featuring the multi-platinum star, Trey Songz. For the upcoming ‘Can’t Get Enough’ video, audiences can expect a sultry, beautiful production shot on the picturesque beaches of Barbados.”

And where there’s Barbados, there’s Rihanna, who makes an appearance in J.’s upcoming vid.


August 23rd — Vancouver, BC (Vogue) August 25th — Edmonton, AB (Edmonton Events Centre) August 27th — Calgary, AB (Flames Central) August 30th — Saskatoon, SK (Odeon Theatre) August 31st — Winnipeg, MB (Garrick Center) September 3rd — Toronto, ON (Sound Academy) September 6th — London, ON (Music Hall London) September 7th — Montreal, QC (Club Soda) September 10th — Orlando, FL (The Beacham Theatre) September 11th — Miami, FL (Revolutions) September 14th — Houston, TX (Warehouse Live) September 15th — New Orleans, LA (House of Blues) September 16th — Dallas, TX (Southside Music Hall) September 17th — Austin, TX (Emos) September 19th — Denver, CO (The Ogden) September 20th — Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theater) September 21st — Phoenix, AZ (The Venue) September 22nd — Los Angeles, CA (Club Nokia) September 23rd — San Francisco, CA (Regency) September 29th — Winston Salem, NC (Winston Salem State University) October 2nd — Atlanta, GA (Tabernacle) October 4th — Cleveland, OH (House of Blues) October 6th — Kalamazoo, MI (Kalamazoo State Theatre) October 7th — Detroit, MI (Royal Oak) October 8th — Milwaukee, WI (The Rave) October 9th — Chicago, IL (House of Blues) October 12th — Philadelphia, PA (Electric Factory) October 13th — Charlotte, NC (Fillmore) October 14th — Norfolk, VA (Old Dominion University) October 15th — Elizabeth City, NC (Elizabeth City State University) October 16th — Myrtle Beach, SC (House of Blues) October 19th — Washington, DC (Fillmore) October 20th — Baltimore, MD (Sound Stage) October 21st — Albany, NY (Armory) October 22nd — Worcester, MA (Palladium) October 23rd — Providence, RI (Lupo’s) October 25th — New York, NY (Best Buy Theatre) October 31st — Liverpool, UK (Echo Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour) November 1st — New Castle, UK (Metro Radio Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour) November 2nd — Glasgow, UK (SECC/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour) November 4th — London, UK (O2 Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour) November 5th — Bournemouth, UK (BIC/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour) November 6th — Birmingham, UK (LG Arena/TinieTempah UK Arena Tour) November 7th — Manchester, UK (MEN Arena/Tinie Tempah UK Arena Tour) November 8th — Cardiff, UK (Motorpoint Arena/ Tinie Tempah UK Arena Tour) November 11th — London, UK (Electric Ballroom) November 12th — Birmingham, UK (Institute) November 13th — Cardiff, UK (Solus) November 14th — South Hampton, UK (University) November 17th — Glasgow, UK (ABC) November 18th — Liverpool, UK (Academy) November 19th — Sheffield, UK (Academy) November 20th — Manchester, UK (Academy 2) November 22nd — Cambridge, UK (Junction) November 24th — Bristol, UK (Academy) November 26th — Norway (Waterfront / UEA) November 30th — Brussels, Belgium (VK*) December 1st — Amsterdam, Holland (Melkweg) December 2nd — Germany (TBD) December 3rd — Copenhagen, Denmark (VEGA) December 4th — Malmo, Sweden (Babel) December 6th — Gothenburg, Sweden (Parken) December 7th — Stockholm, Sweden (Nalen) December 8th — Oslo, Norway (Rockefeller) December 10th —  Berlin, Germany (TBD) December 12th —  Paris, France (La Cigale)