J. Cole and 21 Savage Heading on Tour Together

J. Cole in 2016
J. Cole in 2016. Photo by Carl Timpone/BFA/REX/Shutterstock (6063272as)

J. Cole will support his new album The Off-Season with a tour across the U.S. The “No Role Modelz” rapper just announced dates for 17 shows, which are set to take place through September and October.

The tour, which will feature 21 Savage as a supporting act, opens with a concert in Miami on September 24th and wraps up with a show in Los Angeles on October 21st. R&B singer and rapper Morray, who appeared with Cole and Savage on The Off-Season track “m y . l i f e,” will come along as a special guest.

As part of the announcement, Cole revealed dates for several festival appearances as well. He will be featured in the New York and Los Angeles editions of Rolling Loud Festival to close out 2021 while also appearing on his own Dreamville Fest in April 2022.

Check out all the dates below.

J. Cole released The Off-Season in May and met with positive reviews from the critics. The album was also a huge commercial success, topping the US Billboard 200 charts. Four songs from the record debuted in the top 10 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, while all The Off-Season tracks were in the top 40 at one point.

Shortly after releasing the album, Cole ventured into professional basketball. He signed a deal with Rwanda’s Patriots Basketball Club but only appeared in three games before leaving the team.